The 19 hottest San Francisco startups to watch in 2018
We've compiled a list of 19 hot San Francisco startups to watch in the coming year by talking to venture capitalists, active members of the San Francisco tech scene, and looking at fundraising data from PitchBook. To narrow the list down, we kept it to companies headquartered in San Francisco, excluding Palo Alto, Mountain View, and San Jose-based ventures.The coming year is sure to be a telling one for the San Francisco tech world, here are the hottest startups to watch out for:
Figma wants to change the way designers work.
Numerai is changing the way hedge funds are run with crowdsourcing and artificial intelligence.Advertisement
AutoFi is taking the pain out of getting a car loan.
Zipline is using drones for good.Advertisement
Modsy is changing how people redesign their homes.
Gladly wants to change the way customer service works by getting rid of support tickets.Advertisement
Atrium LTS wants to transform the legal industry by automating routine legal services.
PayJoy is helping people with no credit or cash get smartphones.Advertisement
Qadium is helping big corporations keep massive networks safe.
Dote is a shopping app for brands that are too cool for Amazon.Advertisement
Rothy's is the new status shoe for an eco-friendly generation.
Crew is a Slack-like app for nurses, waiters, baggage handlers and other mobile workers.Advertisement
Holberton School flips education on its head by not charging tuition.
Spoke is bringing artificial intelligence to help desk tickets.Advertisement
Trove wants to make self-storage convenient.
Brandless wants to change the way we buy household staples.Advertisement
Virta Health is on a mission to reverse Type 2 diabetes.
Nurx wants to give more women easy access to birth control.Advertisement
Motiv wants to be the future of fitness trackers.
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