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Our 10 Favorite Startups from YC’s S22 Demo Day: Part 2 • londonbusinessblog.com

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And we’re back! Yes, today was the second day of pitching from Y Combinator, an American startup accelerator with global reach that organizes demo days twice a year. This year’s Summer 2022 cohort gave us hundreds of batch companies to consider. It’s a critical day for participating founders; for investors it’s a buffet; for us in the media it’s a chance to look at many companies, each hoping to be the next hit of the well-known startup financier.

londonbusinessblog.com has coverage of individual areas of startup work represented, including geographic breakdowns, a dive into AI startups, and a glimpse into the future of fintech. But here we describe a few startups from the batch that caught our eye.

As always, this list is for fun, in no particular order – just startups that for some reason stood out to londonbusinessblog.com reporters. You can find all our coverage here and our favorites from day one here. A full list of all the startups in the batch, provided by YC, is here also.

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