Built In Austin

There are endless needs that technology can fill. Startups pop up continuously to address those needs, whether they are providing workflow and fintech solutions for companies, improving access to healthcare or even revolutionizing grief.

Austin is a hotspot for startups, and tech news website ZDNet referred to it as a “mini Silicon Valley” for the southwest. CompTIA reported that Austin’s tech industry currently employs over 175,000 people, and that number will only grow as companies recognize Austin’s value as a headquarters.

To further highlight the innovative new tech companies addressing particular needs, Built In Austin curated a list of 22 of the city’s startups to watch in 2022.

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