by Rachel Kim
San Francisco has been the hub for many startups for a number of years. The reasons seem very self-explanatory if you ever step foot in the Bay Area. People are willing to connect and offer help to others. This strong characteristic of this city attracts many entrepreneurs and many talented people. Most startups who start here have a bigger chance to become mainstream than if they started somewhere else.
Here are some list of startups to look out for:
“Brex provides corporate credit cards to technology startups of all sizes and have 20x higher limits, automatic expense management, and integrates receipts into accounting systems.”
“Plaid focuses on easy access to financial services through technology by creating beautiful customer experiences and develop intelligent tools that allow everyone to create products to solve big problems.”
“Aims to make everyone happy and healthier by providing different audio tracks for
meditation and relaxation.”
“Allows citizens, scientists, and patients to learn more about human microbiome with remarkable accuracy and speed”
“Develop software where everyone can contribute to the software development lifecycle used by more than 100,000 companies.”
“A digital currency wallet where customers and merchants can transact new digital currencies such as bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin.”
“Creators and creatives around the world can build the tools that meet their needs by democratizing software creation.”
“Combine 3D graphics, computer vision, and curation to change the way we imagine, design and create homes and spaces.”
“Make wearable devices that fit seamlessly into their daily lives by having a complete view of daily activities and sleeping patterns 24/7.”
“On-demand healthcare mobile platform and birth control delivery company which prescribes few medications in 90 minutes.”
“Allows companies and frontline employees to communicate with each other more effectively and stay engaged.”
“Beautifully designed shoes that are made out of plastic water bottles.”
“Allows intelligent users to quickly, easily and cheaply innovate by removing barriers and risk to make apps.”
“Enables consumer financial and smartphone technology accessible to people worldwide.”
“Aims to assist companies to communicate and manage in a simple and smart way.”
Although San Francisco is expensive, it might be worth it to start your business here. As you can tell from this list of the most 15 promising startups, most of them started here.
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