3 more startups to watch from Y Combinator’s demo day: evening edition


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Y Combinator’s summer startup class pitched to investors and the media Tuesday at the famed incubator’s demo day in Mountain View, Calif., with everyone hoping to nab big investments and become the next Dropbox or AirBnB.

I picked my five favorite startups from the morning pitches, which saw the majority of companies make their case. Half of the afternoon pitches were off the record, but of the ones that weren’t, here are my picks for startups to watch:

Tastemaker

Pinterest may have popularized DIY craft projects, but as the founders of Tastemaker explained, not everyone is ready to re-design their own home without professional guidance. But most young people aren’t ready to spend big bucks on interior designers, either. Tastemaker aims to bring interior designer skills and quality to regular people at affordable prices, providing advice on furniture, paint, and room layout. Users can talk with a designer about…

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