One of the secrets of making big bucks in the investing world is staying ahead of the curve.
This means that you should be on the lookout for the next big Facebook, Google, and other startup companies that could potentially grew to be industry monsters. As an investor, it’s your job to evaluate if a startup companies hold a lot of promise and get in before everyone does.
In this article, we are going to cover some of the the “Best Tech Startups of 2016”. So, whether you use Wikipedia for general finance related information or advanced financial services platform such as CMC markets, be on the lookout for the below indicated companies as they may very well become one of your biggest winners!
If there is one thing that people seem to can’t get enough of, it’s faster internet speeds! Introducing Starry, a company building a nationwide wireless broadband network capable of delivering maximum speeds of up to a gigabit of Internet service to your home.
We are talking about 1 gigabit per second. If you don’t know how fast is that. It means that a 2-hour movie can be downloaded in mere seconds.
The man behind the company is Chet Kanojia, the former CEO of Aereo. In essence, you got a great product here with a good management team.
If you haven’t noticed it yet, being healthy is the “in” thing to do. No wonder Juicero is getting a lot of eyeballs these days. The company sells this, let’s say “juicing” machine. But what makes this different is that there’s no cleanup, no mess and no preparation needed.
All you need to do is insert pouches into the machine, and out tasty juices made from veggies and fruits. Every health nut loves juicing, but this takes the entire thing to a whole new level; hence, it’s a company worth stalking.
So here’s the story, Illumina is a company that is a master when it comes to DNA-sequencing technology. Illumina teamed up with geniuses from silicon valley and now they have this company called Grail.
Grail produces this wristband-type of thing that detects cancer development in your body at an earlier stage compared to anything that’s available right now.
It has the makings of a wonder product. It’s relatively cheap, its non-invasive and easy to mass produce.
One of the formulas for creating a successful company is finding problems with a current successful company and plug that hole with your company for some hefty profits. This is what Juno is all about.
Most people know about the meteoric rise of Uber’s popularity. Juno is positioning itself as an “anti-uber”. Juno is a lot more driver-friendly compared to Uber and Lyft. If you think that move makes a lot of sense, then you might want to watch out for Juno.
You probably have heard about Google’s self-driving vehicles. Well, Otto is trying to cash-in with the technology by applying it to the trucking industry.
With Otto, they can retrofit any truck with sensors, robotics and gadgetry, and turn it into a self-driving vehicle. It’s a great idea with a huge market industry.
Yunha Kim isn’t new to the startup industry. In fact, she already created a company and sold it. Nowadays, she’s helping millennials how to de-stress. Well, she’s got a lot of experience with these things since creating a successful company is really stressful.
Yunha Kim is now helping millennials with the app known as Simple Habit. It’s like a meditating on the go. She basically teaches you how to meditate for 5 minutes a day.
Comparably has a great idea on mind. Most people would like to know if they are being paid fairly. That’s the idea behind Comparably.
Users can input their experience level, salary, location, company size and other factors. The site will then give you a report on how much your peers are getting paid for the same experience level and position.
Zipline Medical Team
Zipline Medical Team is all about saving lives. They have developed an ingenious way of tapping into today’s technology. Zipline medical team developed a new kind of drone that specializes in delivering medical supplies to remote areas.
Their drone can carry a load of about 3 pounds worth of medical supplies. It has a lot of potential as there are still a lot of locations in the world that are inaccessible.
Parenting and computer vision are terms that don’t naturally belong in the same sentence. However, that is exactly what Nanit is all about.
Think of Nanit as a super advanced baby monitor. It gives you a remote clear view of your baby and provides you with other useful information such as length of sleep and even a heat map of where your baby loves to sleep in the crib.
Recharge is an app with a great idea in mind. Recharge is all about hooking you with hotels that allow you to rent a room and get charged by the minute or by the hour.
It’s perfect if you want to find a good room to get a short nap and recharge your batteries; hence the name Recharge.
There you go. These are the top 10 startups that you might want to check-out. Remember, if you think they are worth investing, get in before the masses drive up the demand and hence the price.