San Francisco is an American icon: home to the Golden Gate Bridge, mecca for foodies, and arguably, the U.S.’s most photogenic city.
And it seems that recently, everyone’s been talking about the Northern California urbanscape. Not to mention moving there, too–after all, the City By The Bay is both the physical and metaphorical pinnacle of Silicon Valley, where the technology industry is thriving, the economy is growing, and innovation is flourishing.
So, it’s really no surprise at all that there are so many San Francisco companies trending on Owler. Here are a few highlights:
WalkMe simplifies your users’ online experience by guiding them step-by-step through new tasks. And their market value definitely shows: last June, they secured $50 million in Series E financing. Plus, the four-year-old SaaS company uses Owler across their organization: to drive sales, keep up with clients, and grow partnerships.
This is the rideshare company we all know and love. And in San Francisco, where public transportation is severely lacking, we couldn’t live without it. But it’s pretty clear that we’re not the only ones in love with Uber: since its 2008 launch, the company has grown to nearly 7,000 employees and raised nearly $15 billion in funding.
This web analytics applications helps companies tailor their communication to each individual customer. Recently, they launched Autotrack, a more user-friendly, less technical way for users to monitor their websites. At Owler, Mixpanel is a must for user analytics.
Leadspace, a SaaS company, is a predictive analytics platform that enables companies to tap into social data to find next customers and drive marketing performance. Recently, they announced their plans to integrate their unique artificial intelligence into Salesforce for B2B marketers.
Account-Based Marketing is the name of Demandbase’s game. Their end-to-end platform helps companies drive success across their entire business funnel. Plus, they recently announced DemandGraph: the B2B marketing industry’s first artificial intelligence-driven business graph.
This online stationery retailer allows you to choose from a broad range of styles, all created by their community of independent designers. In the nine years since their launch, Minted has raised nearly $90 million.
With six locations worldwide, Betts Recruiting has helped thousands of people find their way in the workforce. And they recommend that their candidates use Owler to study up before an interview; interviewees can read up on the industry, company, and competition–ensuring that they impress their interviewer.