Welcome New Members,
This week we are excited to welcome three new sf.citi member companies. For companies working and growing in San Francisco, there are many benefits to sf.citi membership. sf.citi represents our membership to local government and keeps members informed about important developments at City Hall through member-exclusive email updates. Our members also access high-impact community engagement programs through sf.citi, like Circle the Schools and Future Graduates. Plus, sf.citi offers members discounted and early access to our events, which convene San Francisco’s tech industry to meet, mingle, and learn about issues important to our city.
Check out our full membership offerings, including our new startup rate, and consider joining today!
Managed by Q
Known as the operating system for offices, Managed by Q takes on all aspects of managing a physical space and integrates them into one simple interface. Q currently employs over 100 employees in San Francisco and is located in SOMA on 6th and Brannan.
“Managed by Q and the City of San Francisco share the same values and vision for how the tech community can use its knowledge and resources for social good,” noted General Manager Shwetha Arya. “We are excited to work alongside sf.citi’s impressive list of member companies to help shape the debate on important local tech issues and be an active member of the community.”
A long-time supporter of sf.citi, we are excited to welcome Lyft to our membership. Lyft’s focus on community, affordability, and convenience in transportation is matched by its commitment to its hometown of San Francisco. The company’s Lyft for Good program leverages the power of ridesharing to benefit our local community. Lyft drivers partner with Project Open Hand, for example, to provide nutritious meals for the elderly around the Bay Area. The company currently employs over 500 people in San Francisco at its new office in Mission Bay.
sf.citi is very pleased to welcome aboard another new member company, PlanGrid. Coordinating the process of building, PlanGrid is construction software made to improve the construction field. PlanGrid is located in San Francisco’s Mission District, and currently employs over 200 people in the Bay Area. In addition to joining sf.citi, Plan Grid will be partnering with a San Francisco public school this fall through Circle the Schools.
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