85 2020 watch list companies in the Bay Area

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Displaying 85 companies that have the tag "2020 watch list".

Abl Schools

2015, San Francisco

Smart, flexible school scheduling


Abstract

2015, San Francisco

Abstract is a platform for modern design teams to work together


AdRoll

2006, San Francisco

AdRoll is the Growth Platform that makes your display, social, and email advertising work together to drive more revenue, with less effort from you.


Airtable

2013, San Francisco

Part spreadsheet, part database, and entirely flexible, teams use Airtable to organize their work, their way.


Algolia

2012, San Francisco

Algolia's hosted search API helps product builders create lightning-fast, highly relevant search to connect their users with what matters


AltSchool

2013, San Francisco

Making learning visible for students, educators, and parents




Angaza

2010, San Francisco

The #1 Sales Platform Designed for Emerging Markets. Our technology platform is your solution to unlock new markets and sell more products — from solar lighting systems to clean cookstoves.


Apollo

2015, San Francisco

Empower your team to reach the right contacts at the right time, with the perfect message intelligently crafted at speed and scale. Apollo’s predictive prospecting, sales engagement, and actionable analytics helps your team reach its full revenue potential.


App Academy

2012, San Francisco

Change your career. Change your life. Only pay tuition once you're hired as a developer.


Asana

2008, San Francisco

Asana helps you coordinate all the work your team does together. So everyone knows what needs to get done, who’s responsible for doing it, and when it’s due.


Automattic

2005, San Francisco

We are passionate about making the web a better place. Built and maintains WORDPRESS


Babylist

2011, Oakland

Put anything onto your Baby Registry from any store. It's as easy to use as Pinterest. Because making your baby registry should be fun!


Binti

2013, Oakland

Binti is building software to alleviate the shortage of foster parents and find the best family for every child


Blend

2012, San Francisco

Our digital platform brings simplicity and transparency to consumer lending.


Brex

2017, San Francisco

Brex is rebuilding B2B financial products, starting with a corporate credit card for technology companies.


Clever

2012, San Francisco

Clever makes it easy to use technology in the classroom


Coinbase

2012, San Francisco

Coinbase is the easiest and most trusted place to buy, sell, and manage your digital currency.


Copper

2011, San Francisco

ProsperWorks is now Copper. Copper is a new kind of productivity crm that's designed to do all your busywork, so you can focus on building long-lasting business relationships.


Cruise Automation

2013, San Francisco

Cruise Automation is a self-driving car company that develops an autopilot system for existing cars.


Disqus

2007, San Francisco

Disqus helps publishers increase engagement and build loyal audiences


Docker

2010, San Francisco

Docker is the company driving the container movement and the only container platform provider to address every application across the hybrid cloud.



DroneDeploy

2013, San Francisco

The Leading Drone Software Platform with Unlimited Flying, Mapping, and Sharing.


Eaze

2014, San Francisco

Get the best cannabis products delivered with Eaze, the #1 legal cannabis delivery platform.


Entelo

2011, San Francisco

The world’s most recognized brands use Entelo to build great teams


Envoy

2013, San Francisco

Collect guest information, capture their photos and have them sign legal documents—all on the iPad.


First Round Capital

2004, San Francisco

First Round is a venture capital firm that specializes in providing seed-stage funding to technology companies.


Fivetran

2013, Oakland

Stream data into your warehouse for advanced analytics. Fivetran was built for analysts to access to all their business data. Sign up today for a free trial.


Forward

2016, San Francisco

Control the Future of Your Health with a New Kind of Doctor's Office


Gigster

2013, San Francisco

Gigster is a smart development service combining top developers and designers with AI


Greenhouse Software

2012, San Francisco

Make recruiting your competitive advantage


GrowthX

2015, San Francisco

We help companies grow. Capital. Talent. Know How.


Gusto

2011, San Francisco

It’s time to tame the chaos of payroll, benefits, and HR.


HelloSign

2011, San Francisco

The Most Powerful Platform for Your Business Agreements


Hingeto

2015, Oakland

Add products from established brands to your store, risk free. Connect your store, expand assortment, drive more sales.




Intercom

2011, San Francisco

Modern products for sales, marketing and support to connect with customers and grow faster.


interviewing.io

2015, San Francisco

Get actionable feedback, get awesome at interviewing, get fast-tracked at top companies.


Kapor Center

2000, Oakland

The Kapor Center for Social Impact relentlessly pursues creative strategies that will leverage info. technology for positive social impact.


Khan Academy

2007, Mountain View

You can learn anything. Expert-created content and resources for every course and level. Always free.


Kiva

2005, San Francisco

Lend as little as $25 to create opportunity for people around the world.


Lattice

2015, San Francisco

Align, engage, and grow your employees.


Launch Darkly

2014, Oakland

Eliminate risk and deliver value using feature management in your development cycles. Deploy code when you want. Release features when you're ready. Control your users' experience.


Lever

2012, San Francisco

Lever streamlines the hiring process and simplifies the Applicant Tracking System, so that recruiters and hiring managers can focus on what truly matters: their candidates.


Lyft

2012, San Francisco

Grab the wheel and start earning.


Mailchimp

2001, Oakland

Mailchimp is a marketing automation platform and an email marketing service.


Mapbox

2010, San Francisco

Add location into any application with our mapping, navigation, and location search SDKs


Medium

2011, San Francisco

a place to read and write big ideas and important stories


Mozilla

1998, San Francisco

Our mission is to ensure the Internet is a global public resource, open and accessible to all.


Netlify

2014, San Francisco

Deploy modern static websites with Netlify. Get CDN, Continuous deployment, 1-click HTTPS, and all the services you need. Get started for free.


Notion

2016, San Francisco

A new tool that blends your everyday work apps into one. It's the all-in-one workspace for you and your team.


Optimizely

2009, San Francisco

Replace digital guesswork with evidence-based optimization. 10X your testing and experimentation velocity with Optimizely.


Patagonia

1974, San Francisco

Patagonia is a designer of outdoor clothing and gear for the silent sports: climbing, surfing, skiing and snowboarding, fly fishing, and trail running.


Phone2Action

2012, Arlington

Phone2Action offers advocacy software that enables organizations to create grassroots marketing campaigns to influence public policy.


PlanGrid

2011, San Francisco

Simple, powerful construction software that GCs, subs, and owners love to use.


Postman

2014, San Francisco

Postman is the only complete API development environment, for API developers, used by more than 6 million developers and 100000 companies worldwide.


Rithm School

2016, San Francisco

{ Become an Exceptional Developer } FULL-TIME CLASSES OFFERED IN SAN FRANCISCO.


Saildrone

2012, Alameda

Ocean data platform for science research, sustainable fisheries management, and weather forecasting, powered by a fleet of unmanned surface vehicles


Scalable Press

2012, San Francisco

Scalable Press is using technology to reinvent the mass customization industry. Through automation, we make it easier and faster to order customized goods.


Segment

2011, San Francisco

Segment unblocks every team, from engineering to product to marketing.


Shift.org

2016, San Francisco

Matching veterans to great organizations. Immersive fellowship programs that lead to jobs veterans love


Shopify

2004, San Francisco

Whether you sell online, on social media, in store, or out of the trunk of your car, Shopify has you covered.


Slack

2009, San Francisco

When your team needs to kick off a project, hire a new employee, deploy some code, review a sales contract, finalize next year's budget, measure an A/B test, plan your next office opening, and more, Slack has you covered.


Snapdocs

2012, San Francisco

Snapdocs is a digital loan closing platform for lenders and title and escrow companies.


Stitch Labs

2011, San Francisco

Inventory management for high-growth brands.


Strava

2009, San Francisco

The #1 app for runners and cyclists


Teespring

2011, San Francisco

Teespring is a platform for custom merchandise


Tradecraft

2013, San Francisco

We train smart people to succeed in traction roles at high-growth startups.


Triplebyte

2015, San Francisco

TAKE OUR CODING QUIZ. Get offers from top tech companies


Twitter

2006, San Francisco

Twitter is a global social networking platform that allows its users to send and read 280-character messages known as “tweets”.


Uber

2009, San Francisco

Get a ride in minutes. Or become a driver-partner and earn money on your schedule.


Udacity

2011, Mountain View

Advance your career with online courses in programming, data science, artificial intelligence, digital marketing, and more. Built with industry leaders.


Udemy

2010, San Francisco

Udemy is a global marketplace for learning and teaching online.


Watsi

2011, San Francisco

Building technology to finance healthcare for everyone


Webflow

2012, San Francisco

Webflow gives designers and developers the power to design, build, and launch responsive websites visually, while writing clean, semantic code for you.


WeWork

2010, San Francisco

Space That Works for You. From desks to offices and entire headquarters, we create environments for productivity, innovation, and connection.


Y Combinator SF

2005, San Francisco

Y Combinator provides seed funding for startups. Seed funding is the earliest stage of venture funding. It pays your expenses while you’re getting started.


Zapier

2011, San Francisco

Connect the apps you use everyday to automate your work and be more productive. 1000+ apps and easy integrations - get started in minutes.


Zendesk

2007, San Francisco

Customer service software and support ticketing system by Zendesk. Cloud-based help desk solution used by more than 200000 organizations worldwide.


Zenefits

2013, San Francisco

Zenefits online HCM software gives your team a single place to manage all of your HR needs - payroll, benefits, compliance, and more.


Zipcar

2000, San Mateo

Zipcar is the world's largest car sharing and car club service. We are an alternative to traditional car rental and car ownership.


Moonlight

2017, San Francisco

Moonlight is a professional network of remote software developers. Companies join the membership to get access to vetted engineers and designers, and hire them as contractors or full-time employees. Developers apply to find remote work opportunities and engage with the community.


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