With the birth of new startups continuously on the rise, several new players have made significant strides in their respective industries since their inception in 2020. These bright newcomers embody innovation and creative solutions, pushing the boundaries in their marketplace. Diverse in their areas of specialization – from consumer electronics to healthcare, finance to software development – these startups are mapping out new territories yet remain tied together by their shared commitment to bringing new/different strategies and ideas to the market. Below, we present an in-depth look into some thriving startups that have emerged since 2020, their operations, products and services, and the minds behind them.
These startups, who have their home grounds spread across multi-continent domains from North America to Europe to Asia, are fundamentally remolding the startup ecosystem. Their innovative solutions and products are not only providing rapid growth opportunities for their own businesses, but also driving dynamic progress in their industries. Though in their early stages, they have demonstrated the ability to resolve critical challenges and create valuable and lasting impacts.
Here’s a catalogue of such startups founded in or after 2020, their offerings, their founders, and everything there is to know about these game-changers:
Nothing, located in London, England, is a consumer tech company co-founded by Carl Pei and Akis Evangelidis in 2020. The company develops digital technology that connects products and services, intending to reduce barriers between people and technology. They offer a suite of smart, connected consumer electronics that bring back artistry, passion, and trust in consumer technology. Their notable products include a pair of wireless headphones.
BeReal, based in Paris, France, is a startup in the social media space. Founded by Alexis Barreyat and BeReal App, they’ve built a mobile app that provides a new twist on photo sharing. For more updates on BeReal, follow them on Twitter and Linkedin.
Lavender, a New York-based startup founded by Will Allred and William Ballance, uses artificial intelligence to enhance email conversations. This AI-enabled email assistant provides real-time coaching, prospect research, email confirmation, spam marking, mobile email testing and much more. Large companies’ SDRs and AEs use Lavender to double their replies and boost opens. Get the latest news on Lavender by following them on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin.
New School Foods, operating from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, pushes for a sustainable food system. Founded by Chris Bryson, the company creates plant-based seafood that matches the texture, flavor, and nutritional benefits of conventional seafood. The company’s flagship product is a plant-based filet that mimics the taste and cooking experience of wild salmon. New School Foods’ initiatives can be followed on Twitter and Linkedin.
Located in New York City, Pearl Health aims to change how primary care providers perceive and care for their patients. Founded by Ankit Patel, Jeff De Flavio, and Michael Kopko in 2020, Pearl Health uses data science to help doctors focus more on patients who might need the most care. Their innovative platform allows healthcare providers to adopt a proactive care model while offering personalized treatment. Get connected with Pearl Health on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin.
Velocity, established in Bengaluru, Karnataka, India in 2020 by Abhiroop Medhekar, Atul Khichariya, and Saurav Swaroop, provides revenue-based finance to the online businesses. The company envisions to reshape banking and financial services for the modern businesses in India. To get the new updates from Velocity, follow them on Twitter and Linkedin.