Built in SF: The Future 5 of San Francisco Tech, Q1 2022

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San Francisco is still the tech capital of the world. Despite the unwavering pandemic, corporate big dogs like Apple and Facebook (erm, Meta) still have their roots firmly planted in the fog of the Bay Area. But what about the little guys? Plenty of up-and-coming startups are popping up that deserve their share of the spotlight as well.

Over the course of the last year, San Francisco techies have continued to innovate. From digital scrapbooking to gamified diversity training, the local innovators on this list may be small but that doesn’t mean they should be underestimated.

Read the full article at Built in SF.

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