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Practo, ClearTax among NYT-CB Insights 50 Startups that may be the next ‘Unicorns’

From providing cybersecurity, navigation apps, connecting patients to health care providers , self-driving semitrucks and more these startups are making a difference.

New York Times|
Feb 11, 2019, 11.08 AM IST
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Which of these startups will be the next unicorn?
CB Insights, a firm that tracks startups, analyzed a variety of data to create a list of 50 private companies around the world that are on a path to a $1 billion valuation.

Airwallex (Hong Kong)
What it does:
Makes a system that lets businesses send and collect money overseas

Alto Pharmacy (San Francisco)
What it does: An online pharmacy

Amplitude (San Francisco)
What it does: Makes analytics tools that help companies run digital businesses

Beisen (Beijing)
What it does: Makes talent management and measurement tools

Benchling

Benchling (San Francisco)
What it does: Makes software for life science researchers and companies

BetterCloud (New York)

What it does: Provides cybersecurity for cloud software companies

Blend (San Francisco)
What it does: Makes mortgage and consumer loan application software for lenders

Braze (New York)

What it does: Makes mobile marketing software

C2FO (Leawood, Kansas)
What it does: A financial services platform that provides companies access to working capital

CarDekho Group (Jaipur, India)
What it does: Offers online sales, financing and insurance for autos and education services

CargoX (São Paulo, Brazil)
What it does: Uses technology to make trucking companies more efficient

Carta (San Francisco)
What it does: Provides equity management services for investors, founders and employees

Checkr (San Francisco)
What it does: Provides background checks of workers

Citymapper (London)
What it does: A map, transit and navigation app for cities

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ClearTax (Bangalore, India)
What it does: Makes software for filing taxes and managing investments

Contentful (Berlin)
What it does: Makes software for digital content

DailyHunt (Bangalore, India)

What it does: A news and entertainment app

Datrium (Sunnyvale, California)
What it does: A cloud storage provider

DeepMap (Palo Alto, California)

What it does:Makes mapping technology for autonomous vehicles

Deputy (Sydney, Australia)
What it does: Makes software for companies to manage staff schedules and timesheets

Domino Data Lab (San Francisco)
What it does: Makes software for managing data

Earnin (Palo Alto, California)
What it does: A short-term loan provider

Embark Trucks (San Francisco)
What it does: Makes self-driving semitrucks

Expanse (San Francisco)
What it does:Provides large organizations with security for internet-connected devices

Faire (San Francisco)
What it does:A wholesale marketplace for boutiques and small vendors

Farmers Business Network (San Carlos, California)
What it does: An online platform for farmers to share and analyze data, buy supplies and sell crops

Flywire (Boston)
What it does: Makes payments software for global transactions

Front (San Francisco)
What it does: Makes email collaboration software

Glossier (New York)
What it does: Makes skin-care and beauty products

Grow Mobility (Mexico City and São Paulo, Brazil)
What it does:Dockless bikes and scooter services

HackerOne (San Francisco)
What it does: Finds and fixes software vulnerabilities

KRY (Stockholm, Sweden)
What it does: Provides services for patients to consult doctors through mobile devices

MapBox (Washington and San Francisco)
What it does: Provides mapping technology

Marqeta (Oakland, California)
What it does: Provides payments infrastructure for issuing physical, virtual or tokenized payment cards

Medbanks Network Technology (Beijing)
What it does: Making oncology systems

Miaoshou Doctor (Guangzhou, China)
What it does: Building online communication between doctors and patients

Onshape (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
What it does: Making cloud-based design tools for manufacturing

Outreach (Seattle)
What it does: Provides a sales engagement platform

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Practo Technologies (Bangalore, India)
What it does: Connecting patients to health care providers using tech

QuintoAndar (São Paulo, Brazil)
What it does: A residential real estate rental platform

Razorpay (Bangalore, India)
What it does: Provides payments technology to online merchants

RigUp (Austin, Texas)
What it does: An online platform for contract workers in the energy industry to find work

SalesLoft (Atlanta)
What it does:Provides technology for companies to increase sales

Segment (San Francisco)
What it does: Provides a platform for gathering and managing data

SiSense (New York)
What it does: Makes software for analyzing and visualizing data

Sonder (San Francisco)
What it does: Provides apartmentlike hotels in cities

Standard Cognition (San Francisco)
What it does: Provides artificial-intelligence tools for physical stores

Upgrade (San Francisco)
What it does: An online lending platform

Xiangwushuo (Shanghai)
What it does: A sharing platform that lets people swap used items

Zola (New York)
What it does: Online wedding registries and wedding-planning tools
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