There is always a new trend for tech companies – whether it be a push for e-scooters or a beauty craze. As we enter the latter half of 2019, we’ve used Crunchbase data to carefully curate the top 50 tech companies in the world.

Methodology for Selection of the 50 Hot Tech Companies Globally

These 50 tech companies have been filtered based on the following criteria: Each has raised between $5 million and $20 million in the last six months and have not exited via IPO or acquisition. Additionally, we’ve curated this list based on Crunchbase Rank. You can see the search here.

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    1. Modern Health

      Total funding raised: $11.4 million
      Investors include: Kleiner Perkins, Afore Capital, Y Combinator, Jared Leto

      Announcing their Series A in May of 2019, Modern Health is a mental health benefits platform for employers to help reduce burnout and prevent turnover. Modern Health also contributed in Y Combinator and exhibited in the YC Winter 2018 Demo Day.

      Hot tech companies: Modern Health

      Photo source: YC alum Modern Health, a startup focused on emotional wellbeing, gets $2.26M seed funding (TechCrunch)

    2. Streem

      Total funding raised: $10.5 million
      Investors include: Flying Fish Partners, Loup Ventures, Greycroft

      Streem uses phone cameras to help consumers access customer assistance more conveniently and immediately. Based in Portland, Ore., Streem was founded in 2017.

      Hot startup companies: Streem

      Photo source: Streem raises $1.7M, brings augmented reality and streaming tech to home service professional (GeekWire)

    3. Feather

      Total funding raised: $16 million
      Investors include: Spark Capital, Kleiner Perkins, Bain Capital Ventures, New Enterprise Associates

      Feather is a furniture subscription service that lets users access furniture at a low monthly price. Users can add, swap, buy, or return as they please. Based in New York, Feather currently serves New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Orange County.

      Hot tech companies: Feather

      Photo source: Rent-to-own furniture is being rebranded for millennials (Vox)

    4. Mint House

      Total funding raised: $15 million
      Investors include: Revolution, NextView Ventures, Kerry Hatch

      Mint House is a hospitality company that provides the convenience of a home with the feel of a high-end hotel. Targeted towards business professionals, Mint House uses digital technology to handle processes like check-in.

      Hot tech companies: Mint House

      Photo source: Airbnb-like start-up for business travelers Mint House raises USD 15 million (Travel Daily Media)

    5. Glofox

      Total funding raised: $12.8 million
      Investors include: Octopus Ventures, Partech, Enterprise Ireland

      Based in Dublin, Glofox is a fitness and gym management platform and one of the only tech companies on our list in the wellness space. It provides software services to boutique gym and fitness center owners to help them more easily schedule classes, manage memberships, and follow up on leads. Founded in 2014, the company will use its recent raise to expand into the US and develop its Los Angeles office.

      Hot startup companies: Glofox

      Photo source: Irish gym software company Glofox raises $10m to fund expansion (The Irish Times)

    6. dahmakan

      Total funding raised: $9 million
      Investors include: UpHonest Capital, Partech, Y Combinator, Atami Capital

      dahmakan is a food delivery platform in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Part of Y Combinator’s Summer 2017 batch, they deliver fresh food anywhere in Klang Valley with no minimum order and free delivery. They use artificial intelligence in logistics and cooking automation to make food delivery affordable.

      Hot tech startups: dahmakan

      Photo source: Malaysian food delivery startup Dah Makan to raise US$2.6 million for expansion into Thailand and Indonesia (Reuters)

    7. Fyle

      Total funding raised: $5.9 million
      Investors include: Tiger Global Management, BEENEXT, Pravega Ventures

      Fyle is a digital transaction platform that focuses on business expense reporting and management for tech companies. Headquartered in Bengaluru, India, Fyle is planning to use its newest round to expand its sales and marketing teams as well as its US operations.

      Hot tech startups: Fyle

      Photo source: Fyle Pricing, Features, Reviews & Comparison of Alternatives (GetApp)

    8. Retail Zipline

      Total funding raised: $9.6 million
      Investors include: Emergence, Serena Ventures

      A communication and execution platform for retailers, Retail Zipline recently raised a $9.6 million Series A led by Emergence with participation from Serena Williams’ venture firm, Serena Ventures. Retail Zipline currently counts retailers like Lush Cosmetics, LEGO, and Torrid as customers.

      Retail Zipline: Hot startup companies

    9. Freshtohome

      Total funding raised: $11 million
      Investors include: Kortschak Investments, CE Ventures

      Launched in 2015, Freshtohome is an online retailer that sells a range of seafood and meat to its users. Headquartered in Bangalore, Freshtohome was founded by the former India Operations at Zynga in an effort to bring fresh, chemical-free food to the masses.

      Hot tech companies: Freshtohome

      Photo source: India’s FreshToHome raises $11 million to expand its fish, meat, and vegetable e-commerce platform (TechCrunch)

    10. Spinny

      Total funding raised: $18.2 million
      Investors include: Accel, SAIF Partners, Blume Ventures

      Spinny is working to simplify the Indian used-car market through seamless transactions. They focus on first-time car buyers and were founded in 2015 in Gurgaon, India.

      Hot startup companies: Spinny

      Photo source: Used Car Marketplace Spinny Raises $13.2 Mn In Series A Round (Inc42)

    11. Artemis

      Total funding raised: $10.5 million
      Investors include: Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, Compound, Talis Capital, iSELECT FUND

      Previously known as Agrilyst, Artemis is an intelligence platform for indoor farms to help run operations more efficiently. They pull in data from sensors in the greenhouse along with information about crop yields and other metrics.

      Hot tech companies: Artemis, previously known as Agrilyst

      Photo source: Agrilyst Raises $8m Series A, Rebrands to Artemis, Sets Sights on Enterprise-Level Indoor Farms (AgFunder News)

    12. Swingvy

      Total funding raised: $8.6 million
      Investors include: Big Basin Capital, Aviva Ventures, Walden International, Samsung Ventures

      Swingvy is an HR cloud-based platform for small and mid-sized businesses and works to automate administrative work. Swingvy was founded in 2016 and is based in Singapore.

    13. Wild Earth

      Total funding raised: $12.2 million
      Investors include: VegInvest, Mark Cuban, Mogul, Founders Fund

      Based in Berkeley, California, Wild Earth produces pet food for dogs. They develop clean protein pet foods that are healthier for pets, better for the environment, and more humane than conventional products.

      Startup companies: Wild Earth

      Photo source: Wild Earth

    14. Wooplr

      Total funding raised: $15.5 million
      Investors include: Sistema Asia Fund, Helion Venture Partners, Astarc Ventures

      Wooplr is an easy and free way to start an online store. Founded in 2013, today they have over 300,000+ store owners and are headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka.

      Hot tech companies: Wooplr

      Photo source: Top 5 Reasons to Intern at India’s Top Startup- Wooplr (A Fashion Discovery App) (

    15. ClickSWITCH

      Total funding raised: $17.1 million
      Investors include: Point72 Ventures, Commerce Ventures

      Founded in 2014, ClickSWITCH’s mission is to simplify the process of switching direct deposits and automatic payments. Based in Minneapolis, Minn., ClickSWITCH works with everyone from large traditional employers to small mom-and-pop shops.

      Tech companies: ClickSWITCH

      Photo source: ClickSWITCH (Vimeo)

    16. Phantom Auto

      Total funding raised: $13.5 million
      Investors include: Bessemer Venture Partners, Maniv Mobility

      Phantom Auto is a software company that offers a long-range teleoperation platform for any vehicle. The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley and has an R&D center in Tel Aviv, Israel.

      Hot tech companies: Phantom Auto

      Photo credit: Phantom Auto raises $19M to expand its remote driving tech (Silicon Angle)

    17. Credly

      Total funding raised: $18.2 million
      Investors include: New Markets Venture Partners, Zoma Capital, University Ventures

      Credly is a platform for verifying, sharing, and managing digital badges and credentials. They are used by groups like the New York City Department of Education, Adobe, SUNY, Yale University, and the Dallas Museum of Art.

      Hot tech companies: Credly

      Photo source: Credly Badge (Freelancer)

    18. Urban

      Total funding raised: $21.1 million
      Investors include: ADV, Passion Capital, Felix Capital, Firestartr

      Urban is a wellness company that connects users to massage, nails, skincare, and osteopathy in the comfort of your home, office, or hotel. The London, U.K.-based startup is working to fix the wellness industry with Urban’s practitioners taking home 72% of bookings.

      Tech companies: Urban wellness, massage, nails

      Photo credit: Urban closes $10M Series B in bid to become ‘one-stop shop’ for on-demand wellness services (TechCrunch)

    19. ManyChat

      Total funding amount: $18.1 million
      Investors include: Bessemer Venture Partners, 500 Startups, Flint Capital

      ManyChat helps business do marketing, sales, and support through Facebook Messenger. Based in San Francisco, they participated in 500 Startups Demo Day and are part of Batch 16.

      Tech companies: ManyChat

      Photo source: How to Sell Your Products on Facebook Messenger with ManyChat (AdvertiseMint)

    20. JumpCrew

      Total funding amount: $15.9 million
      Investors include: Nashville Capital Network, Hinsdale Capital

      Headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., JumpCrew is focused on client acquisition by integrating lead generation and sales execution in a single platform. From 2018 to 2019, they have grown to over $25 million in annualized sales and expanded their workforce to over 350.

      Tech startups: JumpCrew

      Photo source: Nashville firm raises $5.4 million, set to hire 100 this year (Nashville Business Journal)

    21. MedCrypt

      Total funding amount: $8.4 million
      Investors include: Section 32, Safeguard Scientifics, Eniac Ventures, Y Combinator

      MedCrypt provides medical device data security as a service. From medical imaging device to implantable devices like pacemakers, MedCrypt ensures that devices act only on instructions from trusted sources.

      Tech startups: MedCrypt

      Photo credit: MedCrypt raises $5.3M Series A for software-based medical device cybersecurity (Mobi Health News)

    22. Dawex

      Total funding amount: €7 million
      Investors include: The Caisse des Dépôts

      Dawex is a global data marketplace that enables private and public organizations to sell and buy any type of data directly. It’s designed for private companies as well as public-sector organizations.

      Dawex: Tech companies

      Photo source: Dawex

    23. BharatPe

      Total funding amount: $17.5 million
      Investors include: Sequoia Capital India, BEENEXT

      BharatPe is a QR code-based payment app for offline retailers and businesses. The New Delhi-based company also recently announced short-term credit options for merchants.

      Tech startups: BharatPe

      Photo source: Exclusive: BharatPe is raising $75 Mn led by Insight Partners at 6X valuation (EntTrackr)

    24. Flytrex

      Total funding amount: $11 million
      Investors include: Benhamou Global Ventures, Armada Investment AG, VI Partners AG

      Flytrex is a drone delivery company and is currently operating in Iceland and the U.S. Amit Regev and Yariv Bash founded it on November 1, 2013, with its headquarters in Tel Aviv in Israel.

      Tech companies: FlyTrex

      Photo source: Flytrex expanding use of drones for food, e-commerce deliveries (FleetOwner)

    25. Clara Foods

      Total funding amount: $16.8 million
      Investors include: Ingredion Incorporated, SOSV

      Clara Foods is blending the art of fermentation with technology to make the animal-free, animal proteins. They are working to manufacture and formulate animal-free, animal proteins as ingredients for the global food and beverage industry, starting with chickenless egg proteins.

    26. HeyJobs

      Total funding amount: $15 million
      Investors include: Notion, Heartcore Capital, Creathor Ventures

      HeyJobs is a Talent Acquisition Platform (TAP) that enables large companies to achieve their recruitment goals at scale. Based in Berlin, HeyJobs identifies both active and passive candidates that match a job profile and then puts them through an optimized application and assessment flow.


      Tech startups: HeyJobs

      Photo source: Recruitment Startup of the Year Nominee: HeyJobs (SmartRecruiters)

    27. Pana

      Total funding amount: $11.5 million
      Investors include: Bessemer Venture Partners, Techstars Ventures, FG Angels

      Pana provides white-glove care to make booking travel as easy as possible. Founded in 2014, They combine real humans and modern technology to deliver business travel.

      Hot tech companies: Pana

      Photo source: Pana

    28. Dolly

      Total funding amount: $17.2 million
      Investors include: Unlock Venture Partners, Version One Ventures, Maveron

      Dolly is a customer service company offering delivery and services through mobile apps at an affordable price. Customers can use Dolly to move furniture, pick up big items, and move within your home. Founded in 2013, Dolly is based in Seattle.

      Tech companies: Dolly

      Photo source: Dolly

    29. Wheelwell

       Total funding amount: $6.2 million
      Investors include: GGV Capital, NFX, iAngelsWheelwell is a virtual marketplace for automotive parts and services. Wheelwell was founded by former Apple employees who are obsessed with cars, technology, and big data.
      Tech startups: WheelWell

      Photo source: WheelWell

    30. Sawyer

      Total funding amount: $18.5 million
      Investors include: Advance Venture Partners, Notation Capital, Collaborative Fund

      Sawyer connects parents with providers of enriching childhood experiences to promote early childhood education. They currently operate in New York and Los Angeles, and are running a beta in Chicago.

      Tech companies: Sawyer

      Photo source: Sawyer

    31. The Mom Project

      Total funding amount: $10.6 million
      Investors include: Initialized Capital, Grotech Ventures, Atlanta Seed Company

      The Mom Project is focused on becoming a career destination for moms. Founded in 2016, they have a community of over 125,000 talented professionals connecting with opportunities at more than 1,000 companies.

      The Mom Project: Tech companies

      Photo source: The Mom Project raises another $8 million (Crain’s Chicago Business)

    32. Aleph Farms

      Total funding amount: $14.4 million
      Investors include: VisVires New Protein, M-Industry, Cargill

      Aleph Farms is shaping the future of food by producing cell-grown meat that resembles free-range meat. Aleph Farms is a startup co-founded in 2017 by Israeli food-tech incubator, The Kitchen.

      Tech companies: Aleph Farms

      Photo source: Startup Aleph Farms Unveils First Slaughter-Free 3D Steak (Veg News)

    33. Wingtra

      Total funding amount: $18.9 million
      Investors include: Credit Suisse Entrepreneur Capital, Zürcher Kantonalbank

      Wingtra is a professional drone manufacturer based in Zurich, Switzerland. The company produces vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) drones, which collect high-precision aerial data for surveying and mapping applications.

      Tech companies: Wingtra

      Photo source: Wingtra Announces New Drone with PPK (Commercial UAV News)

    34. HiMama

       Total funding amount: CA$7.3M million
      Investors include: Round13 CapitalToronto-based, HiMama provides a quick and easy way for childcare programs and parents to record and share children’s activities, everything from silly and fun moments to learning and developmental milestones.
      Tech companies: HiMama

      Photo source: HiMama

    35. Reconstruct

      Total funding amount: $10.1 million
      Investors include: Cultivation Capital, Serra Ventures, Harbor Street Ventures

      Reconstruct’s platform provides analytics to construction managers including current, past, and future performance issues in 3D and productivity over the project’s timeline.

      Tech companies: Reconstruct

      Photo source: Reconstruct

    36. Gokada

      Total funding amount: $5.6 million
      Investors include: Rise Capital, First Midwest Group

      Gokada is an on-demand motorcycle taxi app based in Lagos, Nigeria. Founded in 2017, Gokada is passionate about solving the transportation and logistics challenges facing millions of Nigerians in metropolitan Lagos, the most populous city in Africa.

      Hot startup companies: Gokada

      Photo source: Nigeria’s Gokada raises $5.3M round for its motorcycle ride-hail biz (TechCrunch)

    37. Tyffon

      Total funding amount: $12.3 million
      Investors include: Akatsuki, Zappallas, Tokyo Broadcasting System, Incubate Fund

      Backed by Disney, Tyffon is an immersive VR tech company. Tyffon launched out of the Disney Accelerator program in 2014 and operates two location-based VR centers in Tokyo.

      Startup companies: Tyffon

      Photo source: Location-Based VR Startup Tyffon Raises $2.17 Million for U.S. Expansion (Variety)

    38. QuickRide

      Total funding amount: $14.3 million
      Investors include: Naspers, Sequoia Capital India, Venture Highway

      Based in Bangalore, QuickRide offers a ridesharing application that connects passengers to drivers. This startup tech company connects commuters traveling in the same direction in real time.

      Startup tech companies: QuickRide

      Photo source: This startup provides easy and affordable commuting options to its customers- Quick Ride (KnowStartup)

    39. Castle

      Total funding amount: $11.6 million
      Investors include: First Round Capital, Index Ventures

      Castle enables online businesses of all sizes to detect and prevent user account fraud, tracking fraud from device fingerprint, keystrokes, site browsing history, and more. Castle was founded in 2015 in Malmo, Sweden, by two engineers. They participated in Y Combinator in 2016 alongside other tech companies.

      Tech companies: Castle

    40. Afresh Technologies

      Total funding amount: $7.8 million
      Investors include: Baseline Ventures, Innovation Endeavors

      Afresh is a fresh-first supply chain company that uses artificial intelligence to reduce food waste and increase profits. Born out of Stanford’s Computer Science PhD program, Afresh builds supply solutions tailored for the nuances of perishable food such as produce, meat, deli, bakery, and prepared foods.

      Tech startups: Afresh Technologies

    41. SeekOut

      Total funding amount: $8.2 million
      Investors include: Mayfield Fund, Madrona Venture Group

      Based in Bellevue, Wash., SeekOut is an AI sourcing solution helping talent teams find high-quality diverse talent for hard-to-fill requisitions. Built on top of GitHub, recruiters can find deep-tech talent with SeekOut’s tool.

      Tech companies: SeekOut

      Photo source: SeekOut

    42. Ftcash

       Total funding amount: $10.2 million
      Investors include: 500 Startups, IvyCap Ventures, Accion, FMO

      Ftcash aims to empower micro-merchants and small businesses with the power of credit. through digital payments, using only a bank account and a feature phone. Ftcash was founded in 2015 and is based in Mumbai, India.

      Startup companies: FTCash

      Photo source: No change? No problem (liveMint)

    43. Thunes

      Total funding amount: $10 million
      Investors include: GGV Capital

      Singapore-based Thunes is a cross-border network that delivers smarter payment solutions for emerging economies. This tech company interconnects diverse payments systems, enabling mobile wallet operations, corporations, merchants, money transfer operators, and banks to move funds in and out of emerging countries in real time.

      Tech startup companies: Thunes

      Photo source: Thunes | Linkedin

    44. STORD

      Total funding amount: $15 million
      Investors include: Kleiner Perkins, Dynamo, Susa Ventures, Chris Klaus

      STORD gives shippers the warehousing, software, and support they need to grow, delight customers, and adapt to change. In 2017 a year after their founding they participated in the logistics startup program held by Dynamo Accelerator in Chattanooga.

      Tech startup companies: Stord

      Photo source: A Startup, Stord, Is Building An On-Demand Warehouse Service For Companies Competing With Amazon (Forbes)

    45. VOOM Insurance

      Total funding amount: $7 million
      Investors include: Arbor Ventures, F2 Capital, Kaedan Capital, Verizon Ventures

      Founded in 2016, VOOM Insurance is one of the only tech companies that offers on-demand, usage-based insurance in various mobility verticals such as drones, small planes, boats, motorcycles, and even e-scooters.

      Startup companies: VOOM

      Photo source: VOOM Insurance

    46. Data Gumbo

      Total funding amount: $9.2 million
      Investors include: Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures, Equinor Technology Ventures

      Data Gumbo provides blockchain-based smart contracts to automate contract execution for companies that drill for oil and gas. Founded in 2016, Data Gumbo is headquartered in Houston with an office in Stavanger, Norway.

      Tech startup companies: Data Gumbo

      Photo source: Data Gumbo Corp. Raises $6 Mln From Major Energy Firms Across the World (BTC Wires)

    47. PeopleGrove

      Total funding amount: $7.2 million
      Investors include: Reach Capital, Dreamit Ventures, Bisk Ventures, Collaborative Fund

      Founded in 2014, PeopleGrove helps students and professionals by giving them access to a community and the connections needed to succeed.

      Tech startups: PeopleGrove

      Photo source: PeopleGrove

    48. QEDIT

      Total funding amount: $10 million
      Investors include: MizMaa Ventures, Jovono, Meron Capital, Meni Rosenfeld

      Tel Aviv-based QEDIT uses zero-knowledge blockchain to keep client data private and at the same time share proofs about these data with partners and competitors in the ecosystem. They launched in TechCrunch Berlin in 2017 alongiside other tech companies.


      Qedit: Tech companies

      Photo source: Israeli Blockchain Startup QEDIT Launches Enterprise Data Privacy Solution (CoinJournal)

    49. Wyze Labs

      Total funding amount: $20 million
      Investors include: Norwest Venture Partners, iSeed Ventures

      Based in Seattle, Wash., Wyze Labs was born out of the idea that high quality, easy-to-use smart home products shouldn’t break the bank. This startup tech company are partnering with innovators and best-in-class manufacturers who share their mission and values to create high-quality products that are easy to use and have the features customers care about.

      Tech companies: Wyze Labs

      Photo source: Smart home camera maker Wyze Labs raises $20M after startup finds success with low-cost WyzeCam (GeekWire)

    50. LUNCH:ON

      Total funding amount: $6 million
      Investors include: Global Ventures, Wamda Capital, Shorooq Investments

      Lunch:on is an online platform that offers delivery services to corporations and their employees. Dubai-based, Lunch:on partners with local restaurants to offer curated meals at discounted prices with free delivery.

      Tech companies: LUNCH:ON

      Photo source: UncleBens


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  • Originally published June 20, 2019, updated April 26, 2023