60 Best Startups You Need to Watch Out for in 2019

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With every new day, we are inching towards an AI-first world, and this is a great time for tech startups to make their mark. As we all know AI and robots are the way to the future, a number of the Venture Capital firms and tech investors are having a bird’s eye view of the tech industry for all the novel ideas that you can turn into reality. So, DREAM BIG, ACT NOW – is the new motto.

But since there are hundreds of new startups launching every day, the real question is:

How can you filter out the best startups that will flourish in 2019?

We have decided to save you the trouble. Here is a list of the most promising top startups based on their success stories, uniqueness and the venture-backed funding they have raised so far.

Industries of the Best Startups of 2019

Please note: This is not a comprehensive list and neither is any startup placed in any ranking order.


Front AI Startup
  • Industry: AI
  • Funding: $66 million
  • Investors: Unknown

Front is a five-year-old startup that is changing the way teams work in 2019. The startup is famous for creating a shared-inbox platform that allows teams to handle incoming messages in a seamless way. The startup combines messages from four channels including email, texts, Slack, and social media, at a single place. And that is one reason it is in our Best Startups list.

In 2018, Mathilde Collin, the CEO of Front raised over $66million from multiple investors in a Series B funding round. She even gave a sneak peek to her pitch deck that helped her cause.

Front is one resilient startup to watch out for in 2019. We assume that they are brewing something amazing with all that funding on their side.


Highspot team
  • Industry: AI
  • Funding: $35 million
  • Investors: Unknown

Highspot is one of the top startups of 2019. It has recently received $35 million funding in a Series C round. If you have ever heard about sales engagement, then this is one startup you should be eyeing. The startup got funding from OpenView VC firm. The best part is that giants like Salesforce and Madrona Ventures were also present at the investment funding round.

Highspot has already gained quite a traction. Big shots like Twitter, Dropbox, and Siemens are using their services to their advantage. Highspot currently has over 90% monthly recurring users and offers support in more than 125 countries.

Five AI

Five AI Startup
  • Funding: $37.7 million
  • Investor(s): Amadeus Capital Partners
  • Industry: AI

The AI company Five AI is aiming to transform European cities for safer, driverless cars. It has collected data – for almost 10 months – about the behavior(s) of road users to help inform the development of its technology.  The service is for people who are currently using cars for their daily commute. It has already started trials in the UK, and aims to bring supervised trial cars to the major freeways by 2019.


Travis AI Startup
  • Industry: AI
  • Funding: $157K
  • Investor(s): Crowdfunding

Suppose you can talk to anyone, anywhere without needing to learn a new language. How will that feel? Impossible, right? Now it is possible, thanks to Travis, an AI bot that translates almost 80 languages for you.

It helps you do business, makes friends, and even fall in love with anyone across the globe without language becoming a hurdle.


Botsify AI startup
  • Industry: AI
  • Funding: $30K
  • Investor(s): Grant

Botsify makes the process of creating chatbots simple for anyone. The platform has automated the Facebook chatbot creation process. This means any company, or individual can create their own bot in just a few clicks. They don’t have to install the code on their own web host, instead, notify does that for them. They can enter their own questions, and command the bot according to their needs. The app creates as many bots as one likes and is totally customizable for greeting messages and other commands.


Dandelion AI startup
  • Industry: AI
  • Funding: $6.5 million
  • Investor(s): Ground Up Ventures

Buildings in the US account for 39% of Carbon emissions and a large volume comes from heating and cooling. Dandelion is a startup, focusing on geothermal pump installations to harness energy from below the Earth’s surface to keep homes hot and cold during different seasons. It is also working to produce hot water for homes within the US.

Kathy Hannun, CEO of Dandelion, said that they started the project because millions of homeowners are using expensive, truck-delivered fuels. Installing geothermal heat pump is a simpler and more affordable process, she added.

The geothermal installation will keep the homes cool in Summer by pumping heat away from home into the Earth’s crust, and in Winter keeps it warm by pumping back heat from below the Earth into the house.

Deep Map

DeepMap AI startup
  • Industry: AI
  • Funding: $92 million
  • Investor(s): Nvidia

Deep Map offers high-definition maps for self-driving cars, hence, helping them easily navigate around the city without any obstruction. You can easily integrate the maps with any fleet of self-driving cars, and grow as more data becomes available. It uses onboard sense to “see” the road and predict what’s around the corner.


Footloose AI Startup
  • Industry: AI
  • Funding: $1.5 million
  • Investor(s): Crowdfunding

Picking cat litter from the litter box – twice a day – can take upto almost 20 minutes. But with Footloose, picking little is no more than a 90-second task. Footloose is an automated litter box that can self-clean itself, monitors the health of critter including the amount of litter and the time it takes for a cat to do it. It then sends these as updates to an app that the cat owners can use to monitor the health of their pet(s). The company asked for $50,000 in funding to start mass production but instead received more than $1.5 million. It has already started operations and working to reach a global market.


Hivery Industry: AI Funding: Undisclosed Investor(s): Red Garage Ventures It is an app that helps retail shop owners generate more return from the space in their shop. It uses AI-based prediction models, and a few data scientists who translate the numbers into visual representations that the store owners can understand. This top startup has raised seed funding from multiple investors and has a prospering future.
  • Industry: AI
  • Funding: Undisclosed
  • Investor(s): Red Garage Ventures

Hivery app helps retail shop owners generate more return from the space in their shop. It uses AI-based prediction models and a few data scientists who translate the numbers into visual representations that the store owners can understand. This top startup has raised seed funding from multiple investors and has a prospering future.


  • Industry: AR
  • Funding: $1.5 million
  • Investor(s): Zenstone

DecorMatters is an Augmented Reality (AR) app that redefines how you buy home decor products online. It helps you imagine the home decoration experience before you actually buy the product using your smartphone camera and the app.

The app uses computer vision and image recognition technology to help users envision the way their home will look like with furniture. It is based on a patent-pending AR technology.


BooksARalive AR Startup
  • Industry: AR
  • Funding: Bootstrapped
  • Investor(s): Bootstrapped

When there is a will, there is a way. That’s the story of BooksARalive. The company behind the product came up with the idea while they were in Spain. They took a one-ticket flight to the USA and started working on this amazing product that can bring the stories of books alive through AR.

3dfy me AR startup

Industry: AR

Funding: Bootstrapped

Investor(s): Bootstrapped

3DFY is a New Zealand-owned business using state-of-the-art digital 3D-scanning technology. It develops photo-realistic full-color 3D-models and mini-replicas of almost everything ranging from 3D full body printing, to color modeling, to human model printing.


Bundil Crypto Startup
  • Industry: Crypto
  • Funding: $100,000
  • Investor(s): Kevin O’Leary

Bundil came into existence when people started having an interest in cryptocurrency. It is the brainchild of Dimitry Love, who came up with the idea when his family started asking him questions about how they can invest in cryptocurrency. Now for all those who know a little about crypto, you have to pass through multiple steps to invest in it.

But Bundil lets consumers automatically invest their spare change from credit or debit card purchases into various forms of cryptocurrency, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, LiteCoin and Bitcoin Cash. The platform combines everyday transactions including buying coffee or lunch, drilling down to zero and invests the resulting spare change into cryptocurrency.


Adhara Crypto Startup
  • Industry: Crypto
  • Funding: $15Million
  • Investor(s): ConsenSys

Adhara is one of the best startups to watch out for in 2019. It aims to bring cryptocurrencies to mainstream banking transactions. Being led by a former banking professional, this startup aims to replace regular currency transactions with cryptocurrencies. Not-so-surprisingly, it has got huge funding from ConsenSys, that has a history of investing in crypto-based companies.


Civil Blockchain Startup
  • Industry: Crypto
  • Funding: $5 million
  • Investor(s): ConsenSys

Civil is a community-owned journalism network based on transparency and trust. It is home to a growing number of independent newsrooms from around the world. Civil is bringing a change in the way journalism currently works and helps journalists by providing resources and funding to the users.

Only time will tell how successful it will become, but with funding of a whopping $15million, we can assume it will be pretty soon.


GRAIL Healthcare Startup
  • Industry: Medical and Healthcare
  • Funding: $1.6billion
  • Investors: Hillhouse Capital Group

Cancer is deadly and Grail knows that. That is why it has come up with solutions to diagnose cancer-related problems at an early stage. No wonder it has received such a heavy amount in funding. One reason for this is the promise of increasing trend of cancer research in any part of the world. China is backing Grail with huge funds in this regard. The results of profits of this top startup won’t be available in 2019, because cancer research is an ongoing process and will probably bear the fruits in the next few years.


Sano Healthcare Startup
  • Industry: Medical and Healthcare
  • Funding: $20.7 million
  • Investor(s): Fitbit

Sano is a medial-AI startup working on automatic glucose monitoring. This top startup uses an app to monitor the amount of glucose in your blood. The CEO also found a spot in Forbes’ under 30 CEOs under 30 list in the medical devices startup section, for a breakthrough technology working to monitor and curb diabetics.

Sano has partnered with Fitbit to make it easier for people to monitor glucose level in their blood directly by using the watch.


molekule healthcare startup
  • Industry: Medical and Healthcare
  • Funding: $38.5 million
  • Investor(s): Foundry Group

Molekule is an air purifier that uses nanotechnology to break down pollutants. It actually destroys the pollutants to make the indoor air breathable. According to research, indoor air is five times more polluted than the outside air. Molekule aims to fix that.


Quip Healthcare Startup
  • Industry: Medical and Healthcare Startups
  • Funding: $62 million
  • Investor(s): Silicon Valley Bank, TriplePoint Capital

Quip is an oral care company that aims to make oral health simple, accessible, and enjoyable. It develops electronic toothbrushes and toothpaste to improve the dental hygiene of its customers. The toothbrushes are available for $40 and cost $5 for brush-top replacement after three months. The buyers can have the replacement(s) right at their doorstep.

As for funding, the company has already gained quite a lot of traction. It has received more than $62 million in funding from multiple investments and VC firms.


Kinetic Healthcare Startup
  • Industry: Medical and Healthcare
  • Funding: $6.2 million
  • Investor(s): Crosslink Capital

Kinetic Reflex is a smart wearable device that reduces the incidences of workplace injuries by monitoring data and providing insights on a regular basis With Kinetic Reflex, you can easily set your own goals and practice beating them. The device detects high-risk postures, provides workers with feedback whenever high-risk motions occur, and uses biomechanics, to reduce the risk of injuries and improving well-being.

Aura Health

Aura Healthcare Startup
  • Industry: Medical and Healthcare
  • Funding: $2.7 million
  • Investor(s): Prototype Capital

Whenever you’re stressed or anxious or having trouble sleeping, Aura Health will provide you with complete peace of mind by providing motivating stories, meditation, and coaching. It has worked with the best therapists and coaches to come up with personalized stories just for you. The app takes around three minutes to tell a story. Each story /sound/music covers a particular topic.

It takes just three minutes for Aura to completely rid you off of negative thoughts. It is continuously working to help you improve the recommendations.


Aaptiv fitness startup

Industry: Medical and Healthcare Startups

Funding: $52.1M

Investor(s): Millennium Technology Value Partners, Insight Venture Partners & Arena Ventures

Aaptiv is a digital fitness content provider by real fitness instructors. The app has gained $52 million in funding and is one of the most successful fitness apps in the market. It is already available with thousands of workouts and exercises. Moreover, you can choose a workout based on duration, trainer, music, and more.


jaga-me healthcare startup
  • Industry: Medical and Healthcare
  • Funding: $85.5k
  • Investor(s): NTUC Income & SingTel

Jaga-Me team is a not-for-profit company working for terminally ill patients by providing them palliative care at home. The nurses are well-trained professionals from Singapore’s largest hospice HCA Hospice Care. The goal of the company is to raise $10,000 so that they can provide one-for-one service easily. As it is an NGO, the service will require funds on a regular basis.

Welcome Beyond

  • Industry: Travel
  • Funding: Bootstrapped
  • Investor(s): Bootstrapped

We all love to travel, don’t we? Some of us do travel, but most of us simply don’t. And one of the reasons we don’t travel is because we don’t know where we will stay, how we will book all the exotic places and things like that.

Welcome Beyond is one company that’s changing that. Yes, before you say that AirBnB is already doing it, hear us.

Welcome Beyond handpicks hotels. It only picks those that are truly exotic and can provide a refreshing and soothing environment to the guests.

The Travel Line

The Travel Line Travel Startup
  • Industry: Travel
  • Funding: $520K
  • Investor(s): Crowdfunding

An adventure duffel that can carry almost anything, that’s what everyone wants. The Peak Design team has come up with an innovative idea that does just that. Now, instead of carrying different bags for your travel, you can get this adventure duffel bag. The team behind the bag went for crowdfunding with a request for $500k but instead received $5.2 million.

Park and Diamond

Park and Diamond
  • Industry: Travel
  • Funding: $2.2 million
  • Investor(s): Crowdfunding

Park and Diamond company develop protection gear, for cycles that are compact, small, and easy to put inside a pant pocket. The protection helmets for cycles look just like a baseball cap but are as strong as a diamond. They are battle-tested and rugged. Moreover, they are available at an affordable price.

Park and Diamond raised almost $2 million through crowdfunding. They are now working to improve the helmets and enter into new markets.


Heliocor Fintech Startup
  • Industry: FinTech
  • Funding: $2.7 million
  • Investor(s): Undisclosed

Online privacy is becoming a serious matter. Helicor is one of the best startups of 2019 that is making waves in this area by offering its wide range of services. Whether you are an online business, an e-commerce store, or even an app, you need to be GDPR-compliant. Helicor will help you become one. Not only it has this service but it is widely in use in various e-commerce stores to keep themselves compliant of the laws of the state and for fraud detection and prevention.

Possible Finance

Possible Finance FinTech Startup
  • Industry: FinTech
  • Funding: $1.7 million
  • Investor(s): Unknown

Possible Finance is another credit-lending startup that allows users to get credit without submitting their credit-health score. The lending service allows users to get money within a single day. But it limits the credit to only $500. Users who want to get more credit can opt for premium service after the verification process.


Inamo Fintech Startup
  • Industry: FinTech
  • Funding: $1.5 million
  • Investor(s): Investible

The idea behind Inamo is no less than a fairy-tale. It all started when Inamo’s CEO Peter Colbert went surfing one day and realized he didn’t bring his credit card or cash. He thought wouldn’t it be great to develop a product that he can use when going surfing, cycling or somewhere else without the need to carry a wallet or smartphone. This led him to develop Inamo.

Inamo is a contactless payment solution for those who don’t like keeping their credit cards with them all the time. The service will only cost users $24 and they will get a half-inch SIM card that acts as a contactless credit card. You can insert the SIM in a rubber pouch and get connected with a smartwatch or smartphone.

Inamo is already available in the USA and Australia and is one of the best startups of 2019.


CheckBox FinTech Startup
  • Industry: FinTech
  • Funding: $1.8 million
  • Investor(s): Angel Investor

Automating documents is a major problem in most of the organizations. Some of these documents are too easy to replicate, but it takes a lot of time. Checkbox is a perfect solution for such scenarios.

It offers a platform where you can put the required information about a particular document, and then semi-automate the creation process. Checkbox is one of the top startups that truly holds the power to revolutionize the concept and practice of how we do work, and can even put many document creating companies out of business. It is one startup that you should keep an eye on in 2019.

Transfer Go

transfergo fintech startup
  • Industry: FinTech
  • Funding: $41 million
  • Investor(s): U-Start

TransferGo is a global money transfer company that allows its users to send money from one country to another without paying excessive transaction fees to banks. It has raised $41 million in Series C funding to expand into more markets. The service has licensed under the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and can transfer money overseas with the help of a digital account-to-account business model.

It charges a small fixed fee and currency conversion fees of 0.6% to 1.5%.


Alpaca Fintech Startup
  • Industry: FinTech
  • Funding: $6 million
  • Investor(s): D4V and Archetype Ventures

Alpaca is a multi-portal AI trading platform for investors and traders. Unlike the conventional trading platforms, AlpacaDB favors AI technology. It uses deep learning for guiding users, allowing them to make their own efficient algorithms for trading. The users won’t even need to learn to programme to do that because the system does the work for them by using drag-drop features.


Tributi Fintech Startup
  • Industry: FinTech
  • Funding: $120K
  • Investor(s): YCombinator

Have you filed your tax returns? We all give taxes on our incomes but the only problem is that we don’t file them. The reason? It is a cumbersome and time-consuming process. You have to pass through this clumsy and painstaking process just to file a return. Why?

Good news is that some companies are trying to make this process effortless. Enters Tributi, a startup that focuses on filing income tax returns automatically with just few clicks. It is currently active in Colombia, and is slowly working to expand to more countries. The best part? Tributi has got funds from multiple companies and the biggest name is none other than the Startup Accelerator, YCombinator.


Vedantu Education Startup
  • Industry: Education
  • Funding: $16million
  • Investor(s): Omidyar Network

Most people in India don’t have access to high-quality education, but the landscape is changing now. Some organizations are trying their best to revolutionize this industry. Omidyar Network is one such startup that wants to change the way people learn things. It has designed a curriculum for classes ranging from pre-nursery to 12th grade. It also has teachers, who teach online. The students just have to take the classes online and take their papers at the end of each semester to pass the class. It’s a virtual school. The learning school is already famous in India and provides a new learning opportunity for most of the people.


Abre Education Startup
  • Industry: Education
  • Funding: $850K
  • Investor(s): Unknown

The Abre platform empowers schools to start virtual schooling by providing them the platform and training they require to do so. It has software apps that simplify day-to-day activities for admin, teachers, students, and parents. It is open source and allows anyone to create applications with minimum effort.


Imbellus Education Startup
  • Industry: Education
  • Funding: $22 million
  • Investor(s): Thrive Capital

Employers complain that the reason they always recruit for entry-level jobs is that employees aren’t prepared to take on senior-level positions in their companies. The reason behind it? Our education system has failed to prepare students for jobs that are available in the market.

Don’t worry! Imbellus has got you covered. It has modified the SAT and other tests and prepared custom tests for each job that the employers can use to test employees. The startup has received a good amount of funding and has already started working on customized assessments.


fluentify Education Startup
  • Industry: Education
  • Funding: $2.3 million
  • Investor(s): Stefano Marsaglia

Fluentify helps make learning new languages easier. It is a platform where professionals who want to learn a new language can connect with translators and professional speakers. The platforms offer certifications of completing each level of the language and has a complete curriculum. A major benefit of using this system is that students can develop their own learning plan that matches their pace. It offers tuition sessions of 30 minutes in which students and tutors can interact in one-to-one conversation.


Classbento Education Startup
  • Industry: Education
  • Funding: AUD 200K
  • Investor(s): Unknown

Classbento is one of the best startups that aims to bring fun-filled, collaborative local workshops to the market. It offers an enjoyable experience, through workshops that help empower local artists from Australia and make art accessible, affordable, and appealing.

Classbento classes

Classbento keeps a commission of each booking just like any other local event booking service. It works as an affiliate for the local workshops. But the thing that makes it different is the novelty of the idea. No other startup in the market is providing Australians with local meetups through workshops.


Aceable Education Startup
  • Industry: Education
  • Funding: $55 million
  • Investor(s): Sageview Capital

Aceable is one app that lets you become a learner driver and get a license at your doorstep. This doesn’t mean you don’t have to take a test for driving, you must. But apart from that, it is perfect for those who can’t find time to attend driving classes physically.

This top startup has gained funding from multiple VC firms and investors, and currently has a market value of $55million.

Augean Robotics

Augean Robotics Startup
  • Industry: Robotics
  • Funding: $250K
  • Investor(s): S2G Ventures

Augean Robotics is working on autonomous robots for farming and construction industries. The team has developed its first product named Burro, a self-driving robot that follows the user around and maps the journey, forming a virtual conveyor belt. It can lift up to 450 pounds of weight.

Burro has received a small amount of funding for building the MVP. But since a single MVP costs around $11K, the funding is enough to keep it afloat. The product is currently in use of many farmers in the USA.


Emotix Robotics Startup
  • Industry: Robotics
  • Investor(s): YourNest Angel Fund
  • Funding: $2M

Emotix is an AI-Robotics startup working to develop emotionally intelligent robots capable of engaging, educating and entertaining the children above the age of five. The half-a-foot robot has access to a wide pool of knowledge that it conveys to the child in a conversational tone. The team behind Emotix understands the fact that most children today, tend to sit in front of a TV set, which isn’t healthy for them. The robot provides an interactive way for children to engage, play and learn, all at the same time.

Zume Pizza

Zume Pizza Robotics Startups
  • Industry: Robotics
  • Funding: $423 million
  • Investor(s): Softbank Vision Fund

Zume Pizza is an AI company working on smart production and delivery of Pizza. Previously, it was the job of humans to make and deliver Pizza. But now, things have changed and Pizzas are cooked en route to the delivery place. They use automated ovens and self-cleaning robot cutters for this purpose. Zume has patented the cooking technology and has raised a funding of $48 million.


BenchOn Professional Services
  • Industry: Professional Services
  • Funding: $650K
  • Investor(s): Artesian VC and BlueChilli

BenchOn helps the people get short-term contract work from well-known companies creating a win-win for both. It boosts economic stability and generates more employment opportunities and job stability. So far it has received over $650K in funding from multiple investors.

The purpose behind the startup is to reduce the unemployment within the society. This way people will involve themselves in constructive work, and also earn for their services. It is also great for those who want to work on their startups but don’t want to let go off a job that brings them bread and butter. Through BenchOn they can work on their business while keeping contractual work with reputed firms.


Incluyeme Professional Services
  • Industry: Professional Services
  • Funding: $160K
  • Investor(s):  UDD Ventures

Not many companies hire disabled people. The reason? There is a stigma attached to them that they can’t work and will at least require assistance in their work. That’s why not many organizations are ready to try them out.

This is one gap that Incluyeme fills. It is creating a social impact by connecting companies with jobs that are suitable for the disabled. This way both are having a win-win situation.

Incluyeme has raised a funding of $160K from UDD Ventures. It has already become sustainable and is likely to go global in the next few years.


Zenjob software startup
  • Industry: Professional Services
  • Funding: $17 million
  • Investor(s): AXA Venture Partners

Zenjob is a platform that connects companies with student workers. The purpose behind the startup is that temporary staffing agencies are still struggling with digital media. Zenjob provides a united platform where companies can post temporary staffing requirements, and students can develop their profiles and bid on them. It is very much similar to freelancing platforms, but the jobs are not remote. The startup has already raised over $17 million to gain more traction.


Contentflow SaaS Startup
  • Industry: SaaS
  • Funding: $2.5 million
  • Investor(s): Speedinvest

Contentflow is a Software-as-a-Solution (SaaS) startup that focuses on developing software solutions to live stream video content during events. What makes it stand out from the rest comes down to its multiple impressive features. It can cut, edit, and even edit live stream. It can distribute the content of the user to multiple platforms including Youtube, Facebook, and even Twitter.

The startup has raised over $2.5 million Series C funding and is working to add more features to its platform.


CarServ SaaS Startup


Funding: $500K

Investor(s): Salesforce

CarServ is a management platform for automobile mechanics. The idea behind CarServ has its own amazing story. The founder of this startup says that his car broke down and he was uncertain – just like many others – about when will his car get repaired.

Unfortunately, mechanics all over the world, don’t have an automated system that tells about the accurate time of car repair. CarServ is working to change that. With $250K funds already in the bank, the founders are working to develop a solution that mechanics can use seamlessly to inform their customers. In a way, this software solution will completely remove the hassle of fussy conversations between customers and mechanics.


Tallyfy SaaS startup
  • Industry: SaaS
  • Funding: $1.7 million
  • Investor(s): Missouri Technology Corporation

All companies have processes. But do they follow them? Most probably there is a document for each process within the organization, but they are not followed in the true spirit. Tallyfy aims to change this practice by making processes simple and easy-to-follow.

And, you can already see that it is succeeding in doing that. Tallyfy has raised almost $1.7 million in funding and has numerous clients using the platform.


Kobiton SaaS startup
  • Industry: SaaS
  • Funding: $3 million
  • Investor(s): Kinetic Ventures

Do you know users don’t usually use an app regularly enough? They change their apps after only three or four iterations. A major reason is the lack of attention and that’s why most developers are unable to build scalable businesses. Kobiton is trying to change that by offering SQA service for mobile apps. It has a platform that can test apps on more than 360 devices, having different OSs and mobile screens.

With Kobiton, developers get to have control over the entire mobile experience including multi-touch, GPS, camera, etc. It also offers automatic activity logs and reports that are accessible at all times and by all members.

Solo Stove

solo stove manufacturing
  • Industry: Manufacturing
  • Funding: $1.5 million
  • Investor(s): Crowdfunding

People need a stove to burn wood and cook while they are camping outdoors. But a major problem for many is that many stoves don’t give a natural and smooth burn. Solo Stove provides the solution for such situations. It comes in multiple ranges and offers smooth, classic, and long-lasting fire that doesn’t require gas. Say hello to easy cooking with Solo  Stove.

The company behind Solo Stove started a crowdfund on Kickstarter. It asked for $20,000 only and received more than $1.5 million in funding.

Czur Scanner

CZUR-scanner manufacturing startup
  • Industry: Manufacturing
  • Funding: $500K
  • Investor(s): Unknown

The Czur is a camera/scanner that lets you scan each book page by page automatically. The product takes pictures of each page, processes them, and saves them in OCR format. The company has multiple products with the lowest one priced at $189 only. It can process pictures of objects and then send them directly to a projector through an HDMI port. Cruz Scanner has received $581K funding in 2018.


Vestua Ecommerce Startup
  • Industry: Ecommerce
  • Funding: $400K
  • Investor(s): Undisclosed

Vestua is an ecommerce fashion brand based out of Spain. But that isn’t something unique, right? The thing that makes Vestua different from the rest is that it sells second-hand clothes and accessories to those who cannot afford the new branded ones. The brand does all the heavy lifting including pick and drops from those who are selling their clothes and managing logistics and fulfillment. The startup earns almost 60 percent of the total cost of an item sold through its website.

Squat Wolf

Squatwolf Ecommerce Startup
  • Industry: Ecommerce
  • Funding: Undisclosed
  • Investor(s): Unknown

Squat Wolf is an activewear ecommerce brand operating in the Dubai market. It started functioning only a few years ago, but it has already gained quite a lot of traction in the local Dubai market. It is one of the best startups to watch out in the Middle Eastern market in 2019.

Squat Wolf has not disclosed the investment it has received so far.


boxed ecommerce startup
  • Industry: Ecommerce
  • Funding: $243 million
  • Investor(s): CDIB Capital, AEON, CGV Capital & Alpha Square Group

What if you could get things at a wholesale price instead of the retail price while shopping? Boxed shopping website does that for you. The only condition is that you will be only shipped a box. Do ensure to fill the box. The box’s cost is $20. But if you fill it more than that, then you won’t have to pay anything for the shipping.

Simply pay the product cost and you are done. It has received $243 million in funding. Currently, it is working as an authentic wholesaling store that sets it apart from the rest. Simplified shopping is something we all can look forward to, thanks to this startup.


Eufycam Security Startup
  • Industry: Security
  • Funding: $3 million
  • Investor(s): Crowdfunding

Hate getting robbed? EufyCam is your solution to a long-term security solution for home, office, or almost any place. Simply install the security camera for surveillance, and stay worry-free for a year. EufyCam initially asked for $50K funding but received almost $3 million. It is currently in mass production and available in the market for $399. This is one smart security startup that you should keep an eye on in 2019.


TrackerHero Security Startup
  • Industry: Security
  • Funding: RM500K
  • Investor(s): Unknown

TrackerHero is a security monitoring system that focuses specifically on security industries. It is a holistic solution for apps, IoTs, and remote monitoring to guard those who guard others. The reason behind TrackerHero is that it is highly difficult to track mobile workers who either work remotely or from some other place. That’s where TrackerHero is connecting the dots.


n.thing iot startup
  • Industry: IoT
  • Funding: $2.3 million
  • Investor(s): Korea Development Bank

There is a complete disconnection between farmers and consumers, especially big consumers like hotels and restaurants. N.Thing is working to fill the gap. It offers a platform where farmers and consumers can connect – removing the intermediaries out – so that farmers can earn more profit, and consumers can get a prompt supply of food and better quality.

N.Thing has received over $2.3 million from the Korean Development Bank and has already penetrated the farming market in South Korea.


HappyEMi iot startup
  • Industry: IoT
  • Funding: $1.5 million
  • Investor(s): Jain International Trade Organisation(JITO)

HappyEMI is a Point of Sale (POS) financing service that allows consumers to buy products of their choice on loan and then repay it within time – setting their own terms. HappyEMI is currently one of the best startups that offer loan services in India.

Emin Muhammadi is the editor-in-chief and main author of EMIGA . He is also a backend and frontend developer based in Baku, Azerbaijan.

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