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Top 17 Startup Companies To Watch Out This 2017

Promising startup prediction of the New Year on the go!

A recent study mentions that 2016 was a tough year for fin-tech tech as well as food startups. While we’re now in the beginning of 2017, its time to leave the past behind and start new afresh! So we bring before you a few startups that seem to have promising future this 2017.

Amino: lets users create apps around different topics. Anyone can create an app on any topic through Amino and launch it through the Amino platform. Once it becomes popular enough to have a dedicated following, it becomes a standalone app in the App Store.

Affirm: provides loans from the point of sale so shoppers can pay for purchases across multiple months.

Digit: Digit takes a look at your balance every couple of days after you connect your bank account and tucks away money for you, making saving money easy and hassle-free.

Discord: helps gamers to ditch Skype and texting and instead provides an all-in-one platform for voice and text chat with friends.

Earny: tracks the prices on everything you buy and gets you your money back when the price drops.

Finomena: uses algorithms to assess the creditworthiness of young professionals who would be denied loans from NBFCs and banks and helps them get micro loans for consumer electronics.

Gametime: allows people to find last-minute tickets for live sports and entertainment and easily share them with friends through its app.

Houseparty: It is a group video chat app that helps people join “parties” of up to 8 people, letting people drop in and out easily depending on who is online.

Laurel & Wolf: easily connects people with interior designers online, making it easy and affordable to transform a space.

Light: is replacing the DSLR with a compact camera with 16 different lenses. has taken off with teens for its ability to make immediate, easy music videos. It’s already churning out the next generation of musicians and stars.

Opendoor: bets that homeowners take a guaranteed sale over a higher price. It computes a fair market value and pays homeowners before re-selling the home with a 30-day fulfillment guarantee.

Shyp: picks up your packages and handles the packing and shipping for you.

Myra: Bengaluru-based Myra is an online pharmacy that delivers medicines at home in an hour.

Robinhood:  is a free stock-trading app that makes it easy to buy and sell stocks from your phone.

TheRealReal: This online consignment shop authenticates luxury goods and resells them at low prices.

Zipline: builds drones that can transport life-saving medical supplies like vaccines, medicines, or blood.

So, what are your views regarding these startups. Do let us know what you think. Please share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below:

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Joel Noronha

Joel Noronha

Passion for writing and interest in the startup space brings Joel to Startup-buzz. He identifies himself as a reader, writer, and a dreamer. At Startup-Buzz, he aims to explore the startup ecosystem to the core.

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