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New year, new realLIST.
We’ve watched the 2018 realLIST rankers thrive over the last year:
- Funding Fuel (#10) won a Black Enterprise pitch competition
- NERDiT NOW (#8) recently opened a new, bigger location in Stanton
- TheraV (#5) introduced its product, the ELIX, at the Amputee Coalition of America National Conference
- GeoSwap (#3) expanded into targeted digital advertising
- Danio Diary’s (#2) parent, Greenline, Inc., keeps growing, with the recent launch of the Eye Need A Witness app
So, we’re looking out for what’s next. It’s time to forecast the startups that will make headlines in 2019, and we need your input.
Which Delaware companies should have our attention next year? Which founder found a winning idea, or assembled a team that can move mountains? This is your chance to nominate your favorite up-and-comers.
A few guidelines we follow:
- Founded no earlier than 2015, following Technical.ly’s definition of a startup
- Derive most of their revenue from an innovative product
- Show some track record of success
- Remain independent, meaning not having been acquired or gone public
- Headquartered and primarily staffed in Delaware
In need of inspiration? Here’s all of our 2018 coverage on startups.-30-
VC report for 2019: What even is a Delaware startup?
This New Castle County-born service aims to simplify digital tenant screening
Delaware Innovation Space doubles First Fund investment for science startups to $150K
Technology is ever evolving — shouldn’t business education be, too?
Delaware has a tie to FedTech’s award-winning outerspace ‘decluttering’ project
A new fintech building is coming to University of Delaware’s STAR campus
W7Energy’s zero-emissions research gets a $3.4M boost from the Department of Energy
Packed with growth opportunities, WSFS Bank moves into Philly
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