Picking the startups to invest is becoming increasingly difficult. It is like a sprint you have to run with obstacles like scams, theft, overpraising and many more. This is the reason we put together this post, so you can choose the best one of the serious and promising startups for 2019 and put your money on a safe place. Read on and invest wisely.
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This startup by Blake Garret has surpassed every milestone in the race for becoming the best startup in the Austin area and is one of the most promising so far. The company was set up on 2012 and it is dedicated to the educational technology sector; specializing on driving tests. Recently, Aceable acquired another company called DriversEd and completed the fundraising Series B at $47 million. Total funds are $55.7 million and plans for expansion are solid.
Goldman and Sachs were the main investor for the $64 million that BigCommerce raised in the first quarter. This online solution for driving the sales in the online marketplace of high-volume businesses is one of the best prospects to come out this year so far. The masterminds behind this cloud-based project are Mitchell Harper and Eddie Machaalani who founded it in 2009 and have clients the size of Skull Candy and Hush Puppies.
Ryan Wuerch created this cash-back system as well as Solavei and Motricity. This Austin-based startup is enjoying a huge steady growth since it was open for investment in 2016. Some of the key players that summed up to the $57 million the company raised so far are PayPal and Goodwater Capital. Elon Musk is rarely wrong on his predictions.
This pioneer in the creation of low power semiconductors is Scott Hanson´s creation. The groundbreaking invention that pushes this startup forward in to the list is the company´s own Subthreshold Power Optimized Technology. This technology helps integrated circuits to optimize the power running through them. up to this date, the total amount of money raised by Ambiq Micro is of $131.8 million. Ambiq Micro is aimed to the Internet of Things market helping with wearable devices, smart cards and sensors.
Investing wisely might mean making a lot of money or might also mean to preserve your capital for rainy days. Make your choice this year and let the future surprise you.