Top 70+ Construction Companies In NYC In 2021
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Top 70+ Construction Companies In NYC In 2021

Updated on March 8th, 2021

Top 70+ Construction Companies In NYC In 2021

A hand curated list of 70+ top construction companies in NYC.
Whether you run a digital agency, a B2B company, or just want to connect with fast growing companies, this is the list for you.
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Table Of Contents

  1. Le Souk (Less than $1M)
  2. YOGASMOGA ($1M to $10M)
  3. effa ($10M to $50M)
  4. Titan Tea ($10M to $50M)
  5. RocketCloud ($1M to $10M)
  6. Anvyl (Less than $1M)
  7. NewHold Enterprises ($10M to $50M)
  8. K2M ($100M to $500M)
  9. iintoo ($1M to $10M)
  10. Shelfmint ($1M to $10M)
  11. Trove ($1M to $10M)
  12. Source3 ($1M to $10M)
  13. 3D HEIGHTS ($1M to $10M)
  14. The Kobi (Less than $1M)
  15. Makers Brand Inc ($1M to $10M)
  16. Acustom Apparel (Less than $1M)
  17. Oden Technologies ($1M to $10M)
  18. Shapeways ($10M to $50M)
  19. Human Condition Safety ($1M to $10M)
  20. BABOON TO THE MOON ($1M to $10M)
  21. Estimote (Less than $1M)
  22. Brewla ($10M to $50M)
  23. Dormify ($1M to $10M)
  24. Adam Lippes ($10M to $50M)
  25. Claroty ($1M to $10M)
  26. AURATE ($1M to $10M)
  27. Chiseled Design ($10M to $50M)
  28. Bravo Sierra ($1M to $10M)
  29. Ferric (Less than $1M)
  30. LINK3D (Less than $1M)
  31. KWAMBIO ($1M to $10M)
  32. Storelli Sports (Less than $1M)
  33. Myro ($1M to $10M)
  34. Sols (Less than $1M)
  35. PLAY OUT APPAREL ($10M to $50M)
  36. nTopology ($1M to $10M)
  37. Meridian Adhesives Group ($10M to $50M)
  38. Supreme ($100M to $500M)
  39. ERA Timepieces ($10M to $50M)
  40. AlgiKnit ($1M to $10M)
  41. Aclim8 ($10M to $50M)
  42. Lovely Planet (Less than $1M)
  43. Aceto ($10M to $50M)
  44. Urban3D (Less than $1M)
  45. Presidium USA (Less than $1M)
  46. Indegy ($10M to $50M)
  47. Spheryx (Less than $1M)
  48. CommTrade ($10M to $50M)
  49. Fastvan (Less than $1M)
  50. RISE Products (Less than $1M)
  51. Edgewater Markets ($10M to $50M)
  52. MakerOS (Less than $1M)
  53. FieldCLIX (Less than $1M)
  54. Kalyx Development (Less than $1M)
  55. Establishment Labs ($50M to $100M)
  56. Launcher (Less than $1M)
  57. By Humankind (Less than $1M)
  58. Nineteenth Amendment ($1M to $10M)
  59. Entoura (Less than $1M)
  60. Augury ($1M to $10M)
  61. Air Company ($10M to $50M)
  62. Snaps Ventures (Less than $1M)
  63. Pidyon Controls (Less than $1M)
  64. Thousand Fell ($10M to $50M)
  65. Pipsnacks (Less than $1M)
  66. ClearCell Power ($1M to $10M)
  67. Cushman & Wakefield ($1B to $10B)
  68. ForA ($1M to $10M)
  69. iVexSol ($10M to $50M)
  70. LIQS Cocktail Shot (Less than $1M)
  71. SPINOZA New York (Less than $1M)
  72. Thrive Agritech (Less than $1M)
  73. Efortles (Less than $1M)
  74. Cartesian Co (Less than $1M)
  75. OTHR ($1M to $10M)
  76. Noah Technologies (Less than $1M)


  1. Le Souk (Less than $1M)

    Le Souk connects the world's finest mills & tanneries directly to the design industry's leading creatives. They bring together a trusted supplier network, the latest technologies and a community of designers and makers to make global sourcing possible - any time & anywhere.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.9M raised in October, 2015
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  3. YOGASMOGA ($1M to $10M)

    YOGASMOGA is a designer, manufacturer, and retailer of Yoga inspired athletic apparel and accessories. The company's yoga apparel is both fashionable and sporty in nature and has roots in the rapidly growing Yoga movement. YOGASMOGA develops fiber-to-consumer technological solutions to deliver proprietary high-performance fabric and athletic gear. It was founded in 2010 and headquartered in New York, United States.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $6.5M raised in March, 2015
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  5. effa ($10M to $50M)

    Effa is the first world's 100% renewable and recyclable toothbrush made of paper. It is a perfect alternative for plastic disposables in hotels, cruise ships, or onboard during a long flight overseas.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.2M raised in November, 2018
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  7. Titan Tea ($10M to $50M)

    Titan Tea is a manufacturer of organic, cold-brewed, electrolytes infused tea for athletes. The tea is an all organic, non-GMO, and low calorie aiming to hydrate, energize, and never compromise. It was founded by John Gagliardi in New York, New York in 2012.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.6M raised in February, 2015
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  9. RocketCloud ($1M to $10M)

    Rocket Cloud helps industrial wholesalers successfully sell online. The firm creates visibility for clients’ inventory on marketplaces such as Amazon, eBay, and Walmart by connecting directly with their ERP systems. Rocket Cloud’s enterprise suite handles inventory replenishment, repricing, and accounting/reconciliation, along with providing analytics to monitor performance. Rocket Cloud is also rolling out an industrial marketplace, ProSupplyDirect, which will address limitations on B2C marketplaces. .

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in June, 2020
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  11. Anvyl (Less than $1M)

    Anvyl is a technology platform that uses data analytics to reinvent supply chain processes, making products better, smarter, and easier. It provides visibility into the manufacturing process and streamlines relationships between reputable brands and world-class manufacturers. It standardizes and automates interactions, negotiates contracts and schedules, tracks production and quality, and provides visual and data updates to ensure on-time delivery. Anvyl's customers include HIMs, Native, S’well, Harry’s, LOLA, and other direct-to-consumer brands. It was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in New York.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $9.3M raised in July, 2019
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  13. NewHold Enterprises ($10M to $50M)

    NewHold, They focus on long-term ownership and growth of North American industrial and services companies. Thier platform companies are formed around seasoned executives with a longstanding vision on how to build companies in their industries. Thier companies actively seek acquisitions of smaller and medium-sized companies whose founders and owners value their customers, employees and legacies. These structures and strategies are designed to encourage investments in people, products and services that create long-term advantage over the competition.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.4M raised in June, 2018
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  15. K2M ($100M to $500M)

    K2M Group Holdings, Inc. (K2M) is a global medical device company focused on designing, developing and commercializing spine technologies and techniques. Its spine products are used by spine surgeons to treat some of the most difficult and challenging spinal pathologies, such as deformity (primarily scoliosis), trauma and tumor. Its products consist of implants, disposables and instruments which are marketed and sold primarily to hospitals for use by spine surgeons. In addition to its current product portfolio, it continue to invest in the design, development and commercialization of new solutions for unmet clinical needs in the complex spine and MIS markets by its product development process. The Company market and sell its products in the United States and 28 other countries. The Company’s products include Complex Spine, Minimally Invasive Spine and Degenerative Spine. The Company’s technologies include MESA, Rail 4D, Deformity Cricket, SERENGETI, RAVINE, EVEREST and tifix.

    • $100M to $500M annual revenues
    • 501-1000 employees
    • $40M raised in January, 2015
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  16. grey wooden table and black leather rolling chairs


  17. iintoo ($1M to $10M)

    iintoo is an innovative fintech venture which developed and operates a native digital platform for investing in vetted commercial real estate and other alternative opportunities. With more than 205,000 listed users. iintoo is scaling rapidly and becoming the leading platform for transacting alternative investments. iintoo finally makes it possible for today’s retail investors to have direct access to the most promising alternative opportunities, simply, easily, and securely. iintoo brings a winning model for its investors by offering a best-in-class digital platform with an intuitive, accessible, and seamless user interface, revolutionary product that provides equity protection for real estate investments, a personal inspector who oversees the project and during the lifetime of the investment alongside social features allowing community members to interact, discuss and consult their peers regarding new opportunities.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $4.5M raised in June, 2017
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  18. rectangular brown wooden table


  19. Shelfmint ($1M to $10M)

    Shelfmint is on a mission to disrupt food/beverage distribution.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.5M raised in September, 2017
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  20. two men using computers


  21. Trove ($1M to $10M)

    Trove allows users to customize, try on, and buy 3D-printed jewelry. Its users can discover designs that were customized by their friends, community, or influencers then re-customize these designs to fit their style. Once they like their design, they can request a free prototype and upon their approval have it shipped to them in materials ranging from sterling silver to 14K gold.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.6M raised in October, 2015
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  22. grayscale photo of people in room


  23. Source3 ($1M to $10M)

    Source3 is the world’s first platform for end-to-end management of intellectual property in user-generated content (UGC). We provide IP recognition, licensing and rights administration services to connect creators, marketplaces and brands and enable monetization of user content across physical and digital products. Our team has built successful licensing platforms powering digital music, user-generated videos and 3D printing. Source3 offers scalable, turn-key solutions for today’s global licensing challenges.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $4M raised in September, 2015
    • 5 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  24. brown wooden table and chairs


  25. 3D HEIGHTS ($1M to $10M)

    Who are we? We are the 3D Heights team. Over a year ago we had a vision to open a physical 3D Printing retail store in New York City. With confidence in our community and faith in our team, to embrace this new technology. We opened our first physical retail store December 2013. The project took over 6 months and in the end, we learned how to grow a successful organization. We work 18 hours a day, 7 days a week to learn what you the customer really needed.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $0.4M raised in January, 2015
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  26. two women sitting beside table using MacBooks


  27. The Kobi (Less than $1M)

    Kobi is the world's first fully autonomous all-season garden robot. It mows your lawn. It removes your leaves. And it blows away the snow.Kobi is 1 machine with 3 different modules: one for mowing your lawn, one for removing leaves and one for blowing away snow.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2.8M raised in January, 2019
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  28. men sitting of chair inside room


  29. Makers Brand Inc ($1M to $10M)

    Maker's Brand is the first platform building a community of creators, consumers, manufacturers, and retailers to create a modern product lifecycle for fast retail. Creators use our platform to build followers, launch new products, and work with factories from around the world. Creators can also run crowdfunding pre-order campaigns, and scale directly to retailers through our retailer network while keeping 100% ownership with no execution and market validation headaches. Consumers use our platform to find the latest trends & innovations while supporting their favorite creators. There are special discounts for supporting beta projects during early stages with 100% money back guarantee if the campaign fails as well as being able to submit feedback to help select which products are market ready. Manufacturers use our platform to work with the best designers and retailers from around the world. They only produce confirmed purchase orders while Maker's Brand handle customer service & logistic. Retailers use our platform to identify the best products, brands, and market trends vetted by consumers. All products are backed with oversea manufacturing, analytics, social footprint, and consumer data around their individual stores to help them make smarter purchases faster and more cost effective.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.3M raised in December, 2015
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  30. people sitting on chairs near tables during daytime


  31. Acustom Apparel (Less than $1M)

    Acustom Apparel uses 3D measuring technology to digitally tailor clothing to fit a user’s unique body and style. Acustom Apparel is a men’s store specializes in custom suits. It utilizes body scanning and 3D printing technology to create the most fitting clothes to its customers. The technology records up to 200,000 data points in order to create a total map of the user’s body shape with 16 cameras embedded in the private fitting room walls. The company was founded by [Charles Tse](https://www.crunchbase.com/person/charles-tse) and [Jamal Motlagh](https://www.crunchbase.com/person/jamal-motlagh).

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $3M raised in January, 2016
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  32. man in black jacket sitting on chair


  33. Oden Technologies ($1M to $10M)

    Our mission is to help any manufacturer - large or small - reach ‘perfect production’. Make products better, faster, with less waste and impact on the environment. Oden provides complete visibility into all the production processes in real-time. The Oden platform was designed using best practices and the most advanced Big Data technologies by engineers from Google, IBM and Philips. Oden wirelessly collects data from any machine, integrates it with third party systems and delivers instantaneous insights leading to effective quality control, timely maintenance and lower machine downtimes, optimized operations and higher customer satisfaction.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $10M raised in July, 2018
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  34. man and woman sitting at table


  35. Shapeways ($10M to $50M)

    Shapeways is a 3D printing marketplace and community. The NY-based company harnesses 3D printing to help anyone turn ideas into a physical reality, making product design more accessible, personal, and inspiring. Shapeways prints everything on-demand, which means that every order is customized and personalized. By providing a platform for community members to gain access to cutting edge 3D printing technology and share their designs with the world, Shapeways is democratizing creation for everyone. Headquartered in New York with offices in Eindhoven and Seattle, Shapeways is a spin-out of the lifestyle incubator of Royal Philips Electronics. Investors include Union Square Ventures in New York and Index Ventures in London.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $30M raised in April, 2018
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  36. people sitting on black chairs


  37. Human Condition Safety ($1M to $10M)

    HCS is developing an industrial wearables platform to prevent injuries and reduce deaths in dangerous workplace environments.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2.7M raised in December, 2016
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  38. selective focus photography of desk lamp on table


  39. BABOON TO THE MOON ($1M to $10M)

    Baboon is a manufacturer of backpacks intended to offer various types of adventure bags. The company's range of offerings includes various types of bags, which are made up of different materials and comes in different colors, shapes and sizes, enabling users to carry their belongings safely.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $5.8M raised in January, 2021
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  41. Estimote (Less than $1M)

    Estimote creates small, wireless sensors that use modern IoT radio technologies such as Bluetooth, Ultra Wideband, LTE/NB-IoT to compute precise indoor location and enable asset tracking applications.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5M raised in October, 2017
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  43. Brewla ($10M to $50M)

    Brewla is a retail company that manufactures, produces, and sells ice cream bars with flavors honoring specialty coffeehouse recipes. The Company offers raspberry, green tea, cherry, peach ginger, and other candies. The all-natural ice pops contain only 20-50 calories per bar, little or no added sugar, and a boost of vitamins and minerals to support a healthy lifestyle. Brewla was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in New York, NY, USA.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.2M raised in January, 2015
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  44. Dormify ($1M to $10M)

    Dormify is a direct-to-consumer, e-commerce, and retail brand that creates bedding and decor items specifically designed for small spaces. It is a one-stop-shop for small space decorating and inspiration designed for the fashion-minded. They simplify the decor shopping experience by creating and curating exclusive products specifically designed for the style-obsessed, merchandising them into easy to shop looks to make decorating stress-free and fun. In just a few years, Dormify has grown into a trusted resource for original ideas and distinctive decor. The company sells its products online. Dormify was incorporated in 2011 and is based in New York, New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $3.5M raised in November, 2018
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  46. Adam Lippes ($10M to $50M)

    Adam Lippes is rethinking the traditions of american sportswear through his luxury lifestyle brand. INSPIRED BY HIS PERSONAL AESTHETIC FOR UNHURRIED ELEGANCE AND UNDERSTATED DESIGN, ADAM’S WORK, COMMUNICATES EASE AND CONFIDENT LUXURY THROUGH CUT, FIT, COLOR, AND DETAILS. THE BRAND IS COMMITTED TO QUALITY ABOVE ALL ELSE AND SUPPORTS THE FINEST FABRIC MILLS, CRAFTSMEN AND ATELIERS WORLDWIDE. ADAM BEGAN HIS CAREER IN FASHION AT POLO RALPH LAUREN BEFORE MOVING TO OSCAR DE LA RENTA, WHERE HE GREW TO BE ONE OF THE YOUNGEST CREATIVE DIRECTORS OF A LUXURY FASHION HOUSE. WIDELY PUBLISHED FOR FASHION, INTERIORS AND TRAVEL, ADAM’S POSITION AS A TASTEMAKER AND INFLUENCER PROVIDES AN AUTHENTICITY AND POINT OF REFERENCE FOR THE BRAND’S AUDIENCE. HIS INSPIRATIONS AND PASSIONS INCLUDE ART, ARCHITECTURE, INTERIORS, ANTIQUES, TEXTILES, GARDENS, TRAVEL, PHILANTHROPY AND DOGS. ADAM IS A GRADUATE OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY AND SPLITS HIS TIME BETWEEN GREENWICH VILLAGE IN NYC AND A FARM IN THE BERKSHIRES IN SOUTH WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5.1M raised in July, 2018
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  48. Claroty ($1M to $10M)

    Claroty bridges the industrial cybersecurity gap between information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) environments. Organizations with highly automated production sites and factories that face significant security and financial risk especially need to bridge this gap. Armed with Claroty’s converged IT/OT solutions, these enterprises and critical infrastructure operators can leverage their existing IT security processes and technologies to improve the availability, safety, and reliability of their OT assets and networks seamlessly and without requiring downtime or dedicated teams. The result is more uptime and greater efficiency across business and production operations. Backed and adopted by leading industrial automation vendors, Claroty is deployed on all seven continents globally. The company is headquartered in New York City and has received $100 million in funding since being launched by the famed Team8 foundry in 2015. For more information, visit www.claroty.com.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $8M raised in December, 2018
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  50. AURATE ($1M to $10M)

    AUrate is an online marketplace that offers its clients a variety of jewelry through direct selling and online. Its materials are ethically sourced and made in New York City. The company was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $13M raised in June, 2019
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  52. Chiseled Design ($10M to $50M)

    Chiseled Design is a design company based in New York, New York.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in November, 2018
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  54. Bravo Sierra ($1M to $10M)

    Bravo Sierra is the first military-native performance wellness company, pioneering a user-driven performance personal care and nutrition organization developed within the U.S. military community. Powered by the insight generated through social manufacturing including direct collaboration with its core community of 1,000 U.S. military active duty service members, the company delivers performance goods with unprecedented responsiveness and accuracy for those who serve and for the benefit of all. Designed to support and enhance today's ultra-active lifestyle and engineered with critically relevant innovation and stress-tested in the field, the products include first-to-market technologies and formulas that are clean, vegan, and cruelty-free. Bravo Sierra is built around a revenue share model contributing 5% of all sales to the Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) program, which offers a complete range of community support and quality of life programs for members of the U.S. Armed Forces, their families, retirees, and veterans.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $12M raised in February, 2020
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  55. Ferric (Less than $1M)

    Ferric is instigating a critical paradigm shift in power delivery for microprocessors and SoCs.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5M raised in July, 2017
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

    Visit Website →


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  57. LINK3D (Less than $1M)

    Link3D is an enterprise Additive Manufacturing Execution System that connects organization’s Digital Manufacturing Ecosystems. Our AMES increases operational efficiencies across the upstream and downstream manufacturing processes by introducing automation, simulation, and optimizations into production environments. Maximize throughput, increase ROI, capture and retain market share. For inquiries please contact: Katie Campisano Kamp Media Relations katie@kamprelations.com 908.247.8678

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $7M raised in October, 2019
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

    Visit Website →


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  59. KWAMBIO ($1M to $10M)

    KWAMBIO partners with established and emerging designers to produce a highly curated collection of homewares, accessories, and art, manufactured on-demand in ceramics and metals. KWAMBIO.COM is not only an e-commerce website, but an interactive platform through which the anyone can customize a designer product using our proprietary software of KWAMBIO Filters that — much like Instagram — can be applied to a designer object to create beautiful variations in form, size, material and finish. The result is a unique one-of-a-kind commission between the designer and customer — 3D printed on-demand by the best manufacturers in the US or Europe. We invite design enthusiasts to engage in the design process through customization — because we believe in offering an object that is not just a product, but a one-of-a-kind commission between the designer and the customer. The company is headquartered in New York, NY. It was founded in 2014 by Vlad Usov and Dmitriy Krivoshey. KWAMBIO was presented to public for the very first time at the London 3D Printshow in September 2014, then at the IDCEE in October 2014 (where the company won the startup competition), and most recently at the New York 3D Printshow in April 2015. We joined the Techstars 2015 Summer class and has raised $1.2 million funding thus far.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.7M raised in April, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  61. Storelli Sports (Less than $1M)

    Storelli is a brand focusing exclusively on designing and manufacturing innovative protective gear for soccer. Storelli has the rare opportunity to create a completely new category in the sports market, and own this category in stores and minds of consumers. To date, despite limited resources and no marketing, the company has attracted thousands of adopters at the youth/amateur levels in Europe and the US, in addition to serving world-class professional players.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $3M raised in March, 2015
    • 2 founders
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  63. Myro ($1M to $10M)

    Myro is a plant-powered deodorant that's better for you and better for the environment with ~50% less plastic used with every refill.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $7M raised in August, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  65. Sols (Less than $1M)

    SOLS is a software platform and mobile application that enables users to design and purchase customized orthotics for their feet. To date, the company has launched two products: SOLSRx, medical-grade 3D printed orthotics, and ExoSOLS, direct to consumer custom insoles. SOLS is now leveraging its patented footwear customization software to attack the footwear industry's biggest problem, shoe size-related returns. Founded in 2013, SOLS uses state of the art computer vision and machine learning to improve the fit and function of footwear. The company is backed by blue-chip investors like Founders Fund, Lux Capital, and Tenaya Capital and located in New York City.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $4.4M raised in February, 2016
    • 2 founders
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  67. PLAY OUT APPAREL ($10M to $50M)

    PLAY OUT APPAREL is an apparel and fashion company that specializes in the design and distribution of boxer briefs and trunks. Its vision is an inclusive fashion for our diverse world. Play Out offers gender-equal clothing to help the LGBTQ+ community shop their authentic selves, to find and buy sexuality and gender-expression affirming apparel with affordable price points, unique artistic designs, and inclusive shopping experience for customers.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in August, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  69. nTopology ($1M to $10M)

    nTopology is an engineering software company that allows engineers to consider design, simulation, and advanced manufacturing in one workflow. The company's breakthrough computational engineering environment seamlessly combines synthesized geometry and simulation results in finely tuned manufacturing models. They building the next generation of engineering design tools for advanced manufacturing. nTopology helps engineers create lightweight and optimized parts with their functional requirements built right in. The company launched nTop platform bringing to market capabilities that would complement existing CAD technologies. It also boasts tools that give the user precise control over spatial variations of shape, allowing for a wider spectrum of designs, and analysis and test results, so this data can be harnessed to design parts. nTopology was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in New York, NY, USA.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $40M raised in September, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  71. Meridian Adhesives Group ($10M to $50M)

    Meridian Adhesives Group is a manufacturing company based in New York, New York.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $48.3M raised in June, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  73. Supreme ($100M to $500M)

    Supreme is a skateboarding shop and clothing brand that produces and manufactures accessories for youth culture and urban lifestyle. The brand caters to the skateboarding, hip hop and punk rock cultures, and youth culture at large. The brand produces clothes and accessories, and also manufactures skateboards. Its shoes, clothing, and accessories are sold extensively in the secondary market. It was designed with skaters in mind with a unique design for the store layout by arranging the clothes around the perimeter of the store, a large central space permitted skaters with backpacks to skate into the store and still feel comfortable. Supreme was established in New York City in April 1994.

    • $100M to $500M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $500M raised in October, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  75. ERA Timepieces ($10M to $50M)

    ERA Timepieces makes tourbillon watches and other haute complications accessible to all. The company's product, The ERA Prometheus tourbillon watch, raised nearly $1.1 million USD on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Today ERA watches are built with accessible haute complications containing minute repeaters, tourbillons, and wandering hours.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.6M raised in September, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  77. AlgiKnit ($1M to $10M)

    AlgiKnit is a biomaterials company integrating science and design into textile production.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2.2M raised in November, 2018
    • 3 founders
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  79. Aclim8 ($10M to $50M)

    Aclim8 design and develop products and solutions that empower people to thrive in the great outdoors. They are a team of hard-core adventurers, entrepreneurs, inventors, engineers, metallurgists, industrial designers, and artists. Their passion is to bring you game-changing solutions that offer unprecedented functionality, durability, and innovation, and which empower you to enjoy every adventure to its fullest.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.3M raised in July, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  81. Lovely Planet (Less than $1M)

    Founded in 2004, Lovely Planet specializes in the distribution of lingerie and wellness products (cosmetics and accessories). The company is present today in 25 countries thanks to a dense multichannel distribution network and quality. Lovely Planet creates and markets its own products. It also distributes brand-name licenses and positions itself as a wholesaler via its e-commerce site. In recent years, the company has focused on developing its own lingerie brand, positioned mid / high end and sold in international specialty stores. For 3 years, the brand has been awarded several international awards for the best players in the sector.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2.3M raised in July, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  83. Aceto ($10M to $50M)

    Aceto is a global virtual manufacturer supplying niche, differentiated specialty materials in life sciences and advanced technology end markets. With business operations in nine countries, Aceto distributes over 1,100 chemical compounds used principally by the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, agricultural, and specialty chemical industries. Aceto’s global operations, including a significant staff on the ground in China and India, are distinctive in the industry and enable its worldwide sourcing and regulatory capabilities.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $21.2M raised in November, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  85. Urban3D (Less than $1M)

    Urban 3D is a company creating digital manufacturing technologies for the construction sector willing to solve for houselessness in the next 15 years.Its mission is to partner with governments and developers to eradicate houselessness within the next 15 years.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in October, 2016
    • 1 founder
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  87. Presidium USA (Less than $1M)

    Presidium USA is a disruptive engineered materials company. Our first commercial product, RevoTherm®, short for revolutionary thermoset, is an innovative resin system with a patented polyol. It provides mechanical properties five times stronger than traditional urethanes allowing for a high strength material that is 30% lighter than fiberglass reinforced parts. However, if additional strength is needed, the combined strength of RevoTherm® with a fiberglass or carbon fiber reinforcement creates a superior composite solution. We are targeting the current composite resin systems of polyester, vinyl ester, epoxy and polyurethane used in a variety of composite manufacturing processes including hand lay-up and spray lay-up (“chop spray”), reaction injection molding (RIM), resin transfer molding (RTM) as well as infusion, pultrusion, and compression molding.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.8M raised in December, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  89. Indegy ($10M to $50M)

    The Indegy Industrial Cyber Security Suite arms security and operations teams with full visibility, security and control of industrial control systems (ICS) activity and threats by combining hybrid, policy-based monitoring and network anomaly detection with unique device integrity checks. Indegy solutions are installed in manufacturing, pharmaceutical, energy, water and other industrial organizations around the world.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $18M raised in August, 2018
    • 3 founders
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  91. Spheryx (Less than $1M)

    Spheryx is a revolutionary company that provides services and instruments for the total holographic characterization of colloidal suspensions. Their technology is blazing new trails at the frontier of science, making possible new products and processes. Innovation is at the heart of their company. Their creative employees, fueled by curiosity, find solutions delivering better, safer products at reduced costs, and providing benefits to consumers and manufacturers across multiple industries.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.5M raised in December, 2018
    • 3 founders
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  93. CommTrade ($10M to $50M)

    Hi we are CommTrade and in current specific time we are already save money for a plastics trader. We are b2b software for raw material traders In order to produce many of the plastic objects we use in our daily lives in the US alone, 30,000 plastic traders lose 4 to 6 hours of employee work time on messy and tedious operational work. Why?... Because the deals and shipment process is a mess. We come from the polymer trading industry. When we had to purchase and deliver raw materials for manufacturing, we spent hours on phone calls and meetings, working in excel spreadsheets and sending tons of documents. We tired of it and… We created CommTrade - an intelligent solution that improves productivity by automating, tracking and streamlining workflows between contractors. As results we cut 37% time of work per deal, get 17% more in annual revenue and total control of all business streams. We calculates that we saves over 1 thousand dollars per deal. An average trading company makes over 50 deals monthly. So we can provide monthly savings over 50 thousands for each company. For this we charge 1k dollars in monthly subscription for a basic product and we will go deeply in automation of business. It is cheaper than big enterprise ERP systems (like SAP and Oracle) Our product is specifically designed for the polymer trading industry based on market expertise. We know which products need to be in this market. And of course we totally boost efficiency than traditional ways of doing business. There are some specifics of the polymers. The market is huge, but very interconnected and we’re focusing on small and medium distributors of plastics. Now after New York acceleration program we are finalizing a pilot with plastic trader and in the next months we will onboard customers form ready pipeline of companies. We want to generate capital of $100k for finishing 8 more pilots in target market and reach over $80k annual revenue. My partner owns a commodity trading company and has a Morgan Stanley background and market network, my experience is IT management in a big technology company and launching startups. We engaged a strong advisory board of experienced commodity players from Europe, US and global market. We are targeting on the distributed ecosystem for fully automated raw materials trading process and we know how to do it.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in February, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  95. Fastvan (Less than $1M)

    Fastvan is a leading provider of SaaS TMS and Last Mile solution that enable end-to-end optimisation of supply chain operations and customer experiences in last-mile delivery. The company’s platform includes modular tools for self-scheduling, route optimisation, customer communication, real-time tracking and ETA, proof of delivery, and delivery metrics, performance, intelligence and analytics. With customers across North America, Europe, Asia, Africa. Fastvan is used by businesses of all sizes, and a wide range of industries including furniture, appliances, building supplies, food, and beverage, retail, Manufacturing, Freight Forward, Transportation and logistics

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.2M raised in October, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  97. RISE Products (Less than $1M)

    Bakers, chefs, and food manufacturers are always looking for the next hottest ingredient. People love food that is low in calories, nutritious, and sustainable. They at RISE have the perfect product. Their flour has more protein than chicken, with none of the associated calories and cholesterol. They have 12 times the fiber, 2 times the protein and 1/3 of the carbs of traditional flour. Their flour is extracted from the barley mash used by microbreweries right here in Brooklyn.Through their patent-pending dehydration and milling technology, they turn spent malted barley from microbreweries into a high protein, high fiber, and low carbohydrate flour. Since there are no additives or processing agents, their flour is completely natural. They work with food manufacturers, restaurant chefs, and bakers to develop new ingredient and recipes that are also sustainable.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in July, 2017
    • 5 founders
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  99. Edgewater Markets ($10M to $50M)

    Edgewater Markets is the industry leader in electronic foreign exchange aggregation and distribution to global institutional clients. Edgewater has developed and continues to advance its price engines and aggregation tools, in addition to utilizing leading technology solutions in the market. Edgewater's global footprint helps to ensure total access to FX markets throughout the world -- thus providing clients with optimal, efficient and low cost FX electronic execution.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $30M raised in March, 2016
    • 1 founder
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  101. MakerOS (Less than $1M)

    MakerOS is a B2B SaaS platform for 3D printing companies to better collaborate with their clients. With MakerOS, our clients win more business, reduce churn, increase machine utilization, and scale at a comfortable pace.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2M raised in April, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  102. FieldCLIX (Less than $1M)

    FieldCLIX is a SaaS platform for wireless infrastructure installation projects. The company's platform manages complex workflows for 5G buildouts maximizes field productivity, improves project profitability, enabling customers to collaborate in real-time on project planning, field resource management, and cost tracking.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in January, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  104. Kalyx Development (Less than $1M)

    Kalyx is a fully-integrated real estate development company and one of the leading multi-state providers of commercial and industrial space to the rapidly growing, highly regulated cannabis industry. Repositioning existing underutilized real estate assets to meet the specialized needs of cannabis operators, Kalyx is at the forefront of a new vertical in commercial real estate. Kalyx acquires and leases its properties on a NNN basis to state-licensed cultivators, processors and/or distributors of cannabis and cannabis products in states in which such activities are legal under state law. Kalyx properties are compliant with state and local zoning laws and are designed to meet industry specific needs for enhanced power, HVAC, water, security and data.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.1M raised in October, 2016
    • 1 founder
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  106. Establishment Labs ($50M to $100M)

    Establishment Labs is a medical technology company with a strong emphasis on innovation that designs, develops, manufactures and markets an innovative product portfolio. Its CE-marked Motiva Implants® line of silicone breast implants (http://www.motivaimplants.com) utilizes ultra-high purity medical-grade silicone and is subject to the strictest quality assurance testing throughout the manufacturing process. Motiva Implants are sold in more than 60 countries worldwide. Puregraft®’s FDA cleared and CE-Marked technology provides plastic surgeons with purified fat for reinjection on the sterile field and is used in hospitals and clinics around the world. Divina® is a proprietary 3D imaging technology for full integration in consultation and surgical planning of unique solutions for breast aesthetics and reconstruction. All manufacturing facilities are fully compliant with both FDA and ISO applicable standards.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 251-500 employees
    • $55M raised in August, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  108. Launcher (Less than $1M)

    Launcher is a manufacturing company based in New York, New York.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.5M raised in August, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  110. By Humankind (Less than $1M)

    by Humankind is a direct-to-consumer personal care brand dedicated to reducing our global dependence on single-use plastic in the products we use every day. Offering revolutionary products that take a more responsible approach to your body and our planet, the brand’s refillable deodorant, mouthwash tablets, and shampoo bar offer clean-ingredient, scientifically advanced solutions to reduce single-use plastic waste by 90 percent or more when compared to current market offerings. The brand’s refill model is designed to measure the collective impact of the by Humankind community over time, making one small step for you, one giant step by Humankind.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $4M raised in February, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  112. Nineteenth Amendment ($1M to $10M)

    Nineteenth Amendment is a product development and production management platform that helps brands produce sustainably on-demand with no minimums. With its smart PLM, brands can pre-sell items directly to their shoppers, connecting with a network of manufacturers, and produce transparently on-demand. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in January, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  113. Entoura (Less than $1M)

    Entoura builds a supply chain solution for hemp, CBD oil, and isolates. It develops a multidisciplinary approach, bringing the best of genetic research, innovative farm practices, whole plant processing techniques, and manufacturing to produce the highest quality hemp-derived cannabinoid products in a controlled supply chain environment, ensuring every stage, from seed to sale, maintains the highest standards of consistency, safety, sustainability, and product purity. The company empowers individuals to discover the healing power of this ancient plant and they are committed to finding diverse wellness solutions for all people. They are committed to safety, consistency, and efficacy in all aspects of their products. That’s why they are focused on traceability and transparency of every aspect of their production process, from seed to shelf. In 2019, Kevin Murray headquartered the company in New York, New York.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $20M raised in June, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  115. Augury ($1M to $10M)

    Augury is working with the world's largest manufacturing companies to make their production lines more reliable and productive through insights into the health and performance of the machines they use to make products, deliver services and improve lives. It combines asset performance management (APM) and predictive maintenance (PdM) with the recent advances in sensor technology and artificial intelligence to provide companies in the industry sector with insight into their operations. The digital machine health technology that the company offers has the ability to listen to the machine, analyze the data, and catch any malfunctions before they arise. This enables customers to adjust their maintenance and manufacturing processes based on actual machine conditions. The platform is applicable to HVAC in industrial factories as well as commercial facilities. Co-founders Gal Shaul and Saar Yoskovitz established Augury in New York, New York in 2011.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $55M raised in October, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  117. Air Company ($10M to $50M)

    Air Company is a technology and lifestyle company that ideates, creates, and manufactures liquor products. The company was founded in 2017 by Gregory Constantine and Staff Sheehan and is based in New York, New York, United States.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $8.5M raised in December, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  119. Snaps Ventures (Less than $1M)

    Snaps Ventures is a manufacturer of snaps for caps intended for national basketball association fans around he world.The company's product has special edition snaps all over the website which are also signed by some of the most reputed basketball stars, enabling fans to collect them all.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in October, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  121. Pidyon Controls (Less than $1M)

    Pidyon Controls is a research and development company with full-scale manufacturing capability. It is dedicated to designing, manufacturing, and distributing consumer safety products. The company focuses on developing a premium infant safety car seat and stroller system. Pidyon Controls was founded by Yochi Cohen and it is headquartered in New York, New York.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in June, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  123. Thousand Fell ($10M to $50M)

    Thousand Fell is a sustainably sourced and recyclable line of sneakers. Our core product is made of twelve biodegradable or recyclable 'ingredients' including aloe vera, castor bean, coconut, sugar cane, palm leaf, and recycled water bottles. We are also launching subscription refurbishment kits in order to extend product life (the “cobbler model” for sneakers through the DTC lens). Finally we are building a backend digital closet to create transparency around product and material circularity, while incentivizing customers to return and recycle their shoes.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in November, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  125. Pipsnacks (Less than $1M)

    Pipsnacks is the manufacturer and marketer of PipCorn, a special type of mini popcorn.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1M raised in December, 2020
    • 3 founders
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  127. ClearCell Power ($1M to $10M)

    ClearCell Power is a manufacturer of clean energy systems intended to offer green energies. It is a developer of turn-key alternative energy solutions, offering the most proven fuel cell and battery storage technologies, providing clean, efficient, reliable, and cost-effective combined heat and power solutions in a commercial building, micro-grid, and utility-scale fuel cell generation applications. Its systems are based on fuel cell technology for electricity as well as heating and cooling needs for both commercial and residential purposes and it also offers project development, remote monitoring, and equipment services that enable users to use energy with low carbon footprint, ultra-low Co2 and air emissions. ClearCell Power was established in 2015 and is headquartered in New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $0.6M raised in July, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  129. Cushman & Wakefield ($1B to $10B)

    Cushman & Wakefield is a global full service real estate firm. C&W provides service at every stage of the facility and real estate process including buying, selling, financing, leasing, managing, valuing of assets, strategic planning and research, portfolio analysis, site selection, space location and advisory services.

    • $1B to $10B annual revenues
    • 10001+ employees
    • $72.5M raised in September, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  131. ForA ($1M to $10M)

    ForA is a butter brand company that makes dairy alternative solutions. Their butter is made with the leftover water from cooking chickpeas also known as aquafaba which they purchase from hummus manufactures then transform into magical goodness. Fababutter which is made from aquafaba, is disrupting the market with its taste, ingredients, functionality, and sustainability. ForA was founded by Aidan Altman and Andrew McClure in 2017 and is headquartered in Brooklyn, New York.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1.4M raised in July, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  133. iVexSol ($10M to $50M)

    iVexSol is a manufacturing company based in New York, New York.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $13M raised in December, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  135. LIQS Cocktail Shot (Less than $1M)

    Like most people who look back fondly on a great night out, the turning point of the evening, when all the fun truly began, was when someone had the brilliant idea to order a round of shots. Whether an ice breaker among new friends, a moment of celebration toasting old friends, or the fastest way to share a drink and jump back into the crowd — shots have always had the unique ability to not only take the night to the next level, but also to bring people together. LIQS Cocktail Shots, the world’s first premixed cocktail shot, are changing the game with their portable ready-made mixtures of premium spirits, real fruit juice and natural flavors. As leading innovators within the Ready-to-Drink category, it is no wonder that LIQS has become a celebrity, influencer and consumer favorite at top music festivals, major arenas and high profile events. LIQS are sold in five flavors and available at liquor stores, bars, nightclubs, hotels, golf courses, music venues, festivals and many other venues across the country.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1M raised in June, 2018
    • 2 founders
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  137. SPINOZA New York (Less than $1M)

    Backed by prominent eye doctors, SPINOZA has been providing feather-light yet durable eyewear. Using high-tech materials and manufacturing method that is currently available only in a few production houses, SPINOZA eyewear offers superior comfort on faces. Lenses are made by Carl Zeiss Vision and Essilor, the world's leader in the optics industry. The brand name is derived from a Dutch philosopher of “Enlightenment” in 17th century. Rejecting all the prestigious positions from renowned universities, Spinoza lived a simple life as a lens grinder. His lifestyle reflects our philosophy of down-to-earth and honestly priced quality eyewear.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in February, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  139. Thrive Agritech (Less than $1M)

    Thrive Agritech designs and manufactures advanced lighting fixtures for indoor agriculture. We have a patent pending LED lighting system that precisely targets various photosynthetic spectrums. Many thousands of our LED lighting fixtures have been installed in some of the world's leading indoor farms. Our products are saving millions of watt-hours of energy every day in vertical farms, greenhouses and cannabis production facilities. Agritech expands beyond lighting and so do we. Our R&D team is actively involved in creating advanced sensor and communications networks to work with both human and artificial intelligence to create the optimized farm of the future.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $2M raised in April, 2018
    • 1 founder
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  141. Efortles (Less than $1M)

    EFORTles is the pioneering standard for business management services. To alleviate the painful compliance hurdles business owners face, EFORTles provides all-inclusive accounting and tax solutions absolutely free of charge. It includes bookkeeping, sales tax & income tax preparation, payroll reporting, and audit protection. We believe by making professional CPA services free and accessible to all business owners we can significantly boost entrepreneurship and spark innovation. This is our first step in furthering our mission - To empower business owners to respond to their entrepreneurial callings, drive the frontiers of their potential, and realize the American Dream. We believe in creating a world where every individual with an entrepreneurial spirit can realize their destinies without any and all barriers. We are and always will be resolute in our pursuit to eliminate any and all barriers for business owners around the world. Currently, business owners are hassled with monotonous compliance tasks, complicated regulatory filings and expensive fees. At EFORTles, we believe running a business should be fun, exciting and inspiring. Hence, we aspire to remove all these barriers and provide them with the essential support to continue doing what they love, what they are passionate about and where their talent lies.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in October, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  143. Cartesian Co (Less than $1M)

    Cartesian Co is a New York-based technology startup that creates the world's first desktop electronics printer, the Argentum.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in October, 2015
    • 3 founders
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  145. OTHR ($1M to $10M)

    Creating the largest library of branded 3D Printing I.P. for the $320B homewares industry.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.8M raised in December, 2015
    • 4 founders
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  147. Noah Technologies (Less than $1M)

    Noah is a software company that is digitally transforming the logistics of offshore manufacturing.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.8M raised in July, 2018
    • 2 founders
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