Y Combinator Winter 2019 Companies

We took the recently announced companies from the Y Combinator Winter 2019 cohort and put together all the missing pieces in one consolidated dataset so you can understand this cohort of companies quickly. Apt for startup investors, venture firms, law firms, product development companies, recruiting companies and more.

185

Companies

323

Contacts
  • Company
  • Founders
  • Website
  • Phone
  • Industry
  • Address
  • Technographics
  • Traffic Rank

BY MARKETING LEADERS

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Anna Jensen

Anna Jensen

Director of Marketing, DigitalShadows

What industry are these startups focusing on

This is a window into how the world’s best startup accelerator is thinking about the biggest opportunities ahead of us & which industry segments are the most interesting. While this is just one view point, it is an important one to note.

What industry are these startups focusing on

What is the distribution by US states

The W19 batch is the largest YC cohort yet so it is interesting to see the spread of the startups by US states which were shortlisted and selected from 1000s of applications. Clearly the coasts continue to lead.

What is the distribution by US states

What is the distribution by countries

The YC brand is very global and startups from around the world apply. Which countries did the startups from this batch come from?

What is the distribution by countries

What is distribution by number of founders

There is a myth that single founder companies are not apt for VC. But it has been proven otherwise in the past. What is the distribution of startups by # of founders in this batch?

What is distribution by number of founders

How many founding teams have women founders

Here’s a look at founding teams in this batch with women founders leading the way.

women founders

What tech & apps are being used

In a world where companies have an overage of tools and apps, it is fun and informative to see which apps the YC companies are using - considering they have insights into what’s best, what works and what doesn’t.

What tech & apps are being used

B2C vs B2B

In the world of venture, what’s hot changes often - B2C or B2B? Here’s what the data from this batch suggests.

B2C vs B2B

Trusted by Marketing Leaders

kyle testimonial Kyle Martinowichsmartling
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Katie May testimonialKatie MayShippingEasy
Ready Contacts has been a great partner since we started ShippingEasy. They are wickedly fast and very open to feedback on lead quality, etc as we embark on new campaigns. We have found their leads to be higher quality than any other vendor we have tried. Their team is a pleasure to work with and always responsive.
Katie McEachern testimonialKatie McEachernpega
ReadyContacts has been an extremely reliable source to get embedded contact for our key targets accounts for marketing campaigns. would recommend them without reservation.
Anna Jensen testimonialAnna Jensen Digital shadows
After piloting various data vendors, it was easy to see that ReadyContacts is a cut above. The quality of the contact data us well above industry average and our sales development teams have seen great success tapping into new geos using lead data from ReadyContacts. Their customer support and responsiveness also making working with them extremely easy.
Alex Mitchell testimonialAlex MitchellStepOne
Vaibhav was great to work with. He took the time to understand our needs to generate the best lead list for our requirements. He also managed the transaction with us professionally