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Hacker Noon Startups of the Year 2021
Much like Hacker Noon's annual Noonies, Startups of the Year doesn't really GAF where you come from or how many followers you've got on TikTok.


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Startups of the Year 2021: Timeline

  • Nominations for new startups are open now until September 6, 2021 and anybody can apply to add a startup by scrolling to the end of their city's page and Suggesting a Startup. (All submissions will be reviewed by Hacker Noon's Editorial Team.)
Hacker Noon Startups of the Year Nomination How To
  • Voting opens NEEEOW, and will close on 26 January, 2022.
  • Winners will be announced first week of February, 2022.
GO SEE 2021's TOP STARTUPS (so far)
We can't wait to find out just how many incredible ideas entrepreneurs have been bringing to life under the pressure of a global pandemic. RESPECT. ✊

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