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San Francisco is arguably the BEST place on Earth to build a startup, but most of the early-stage entrepreneurs we speak to even in this entrepreneurially iconic city are largely unaware of the tremendous wealth of local resources available to help them.

With applications for the San Francisco Founder Institute now open, we are excited to release the San Francisco Startup Ecosystem Canvas, which is currently in Draft v1 below! It was developed by the San Francisco Founder Institute and local leaders Ron Flavin, Asya Bradley, and Cory Wang.

This is just a DRAFT, and while we spent many hours on this research, more input is needed. Please leave your comments on this collaborative Google document to help us complete the list. There are definitely omissions on this current version. 

Are you looking to start a company in San Francisco? Then apply to the San Francisco Founder Institute today!

Text version included below, for ease of searching:

Startup Stages


There is no one right way to build a technology company, but for the sake of simplicity we have outlined a basic, common, sequential framework.

1. Idea Stage

This is where new entrepreneurs get inspired, learn best practices, develop skills, validate ideas, and begin to build their team and product.

A. Inspire

  • Startup Media: Centralized local information, listings, and news. (i.e. startup blogs/ publications/ lists/ FB groups/ newsletters, Startup Digest)
    1. Jason Calacanis - Blog
    2. San Francisco Startups List
    3. SFGate Technology
    4. Startup Digest Silicon Valley/San Francisco
    5. TechCrunch San Francisco
    6. Xconomy San Francisco
  • Inspirational Events: Open, inclusive, beginner startup events (i.e. Startup Weekend, idea fairs, and inspirational meetups)
    1. 2019 StartUp Health Festival
    2. AI & Deep Learning Enthusiasts
    3. Bay Area Women in Machine Learning & Data Science
    4. DATAx SF
    5. Disrupt SF 2019
    6. Empowered Tech (Inspiring Women for Success in Tech)
    7. Figma SF
    8. Girl Develop It San Francisco
    9. Girls in Tech
    10. Learn to Code | Thinkful San Francisco
    11. R-Ladies San Francisco
    12. San Francisco Internet of Things Meetup
    13. San Francisco Women in Data
    14. SF Ethereum Developers
    15. Startup California Bay Area
    16. Startup Weekend San Francisco
    17. Tech in Motion Events: San Francisco
    18. Voice UX
    19. Women Who Code SF
    20. Write/Speak/Code SF

B. Educate

  • Best Practices: Beginner knowledge-sharing events. (i.e. beginner events that serve to educate more than inspire, like 1 Million Cups, Startup Grind, Startup Founder 101, etc).
    1. 1MillionCups San Francisco
    2. Bay Area Agile Leadership Network
    3. Bay Area Julia Users
    4. Bay Area MLflow
    5. Bay Area Spark Meetup
    6. Bay Area useR Group (R Programming Language)
    7. Blockchain Startups Club
    8. Cambrian Fintech
    9. Deep Learning Study Group (San Francisco)
    10. GoSF
    11. Hyperledger San Francisco
    12. Learn Web Development @ Rithm
    13. Machine Learning & User Experience (MLUX)
    14. Microsoft HoloLens and Mixed Reality
    15. Mobile Growth SF Bay Area
    16. Practical Artificial Intelligence - SF
    17. PyLadies of San Francisco
    18. ReactJS San Francisco Bay Area Meetup
    19. Rust Bay Area
    20. San Francisco Kubernetes Meetup
    21. San Francisco Netlify Meetup
    22. San Francisco Python Meetup Group
    23. San Francisco Reliability Engineering
    24. Serverless
    25. SF Bitcoin Devs
    26. SF Globalization
    27. SF Product Management Speaker Series
    28. SF Scala
    29. SFHTML5
    30. SFNode
    31. Startup Founder 101 San Francisco
    32. Startup Grind San Francisco
    33. Twitch Engineering
    34. University of San Francisco Seminar Series in Data Science
    35. WebAssembly SF
  • Training & Feedback: Skill & Idea development. (Ex. bootcamps and comprehensive training programs, like Founder Institute, General Assembly, Lean Startup Machine, code camps, etc)
    1. Analytics & Data Science by Dataiku San Francisco
    2. App Academy
    3. Auth0 Online Meetup
    4. AWS San Francisco
    5. Berkeley Boot Camps
    6. Cascade Experience Designers
    7. CodePath
    8. Codify Academy
    9. Coding Dojo
    10. Deep Learning with Apache MXNet San Francisco
    11. Dystopia Labs SF Blockchain Workshops
    12. First Step Coding
    13. Founder Institute
    14. Galvanize
    15. Game Developers Conference
    16. GDG Cloud - San Francisco
    17. General Assembly
    18. Hack Reactor
    19. Hackbright Academy
    20. Holberton School
    21. Holberton School Meetup
    22. IBM Developer SF Bay Area
    23. Lean Startup Circle
    24. Lean Startup Machine San Francisco
    25. Lean Startup Night
    26. Level
    27. Make School
    28. Metis
    29. Metis: San Francisco Data Science Meetup
    30. NGINX Meetup
    31. Product School San Francisco
    32. ProductTank SF
    33. Reboot
    34. Rithm School
    35. San Francisco AI Meetup
    36. San Francisco Deep Learning Meetup
    37. San Francisco Entrepreneurs & Startups
    38. San Francisco Java User Group
    39. San Francisco School of AI
    40. SF Big Analytics
    41. SF DevOps
    42. SF DevOps for Startups
    43. SF Growth Hackers
    44. SF Startup: Idea to IPO
    45. SSW Firebootcamp
    46. Startup Traction SF
    47. The Data Incubator
    48. The San Francisco Android GDG
    49. The Startup Club
    50. Thinkful
    51. Tradecraft
    52. Uber Engineering Events - San Francisco
    53. UX San Francisco
    54. VetsInTech/Startup Veterans
    55. Virtual IoT
    56. Women Talk Design (San Francisco)

C. Validate

  • Team Formation: Resources for teaming up. (i.e. events or other resources that facilitate early-stage recruitment and cofounder matching)
    1. AWE Nite SF
    2. BackerKit Hosted Events
    3. Bay Area Research in NLP and ML
    4. Beer and UX
    5. Beers, Ad Ops, & Ad Tech SF
    6. Blockchain Founder Club SF/SV
    7. Cannabis Entrepreneurs
    8. CoFoundersLab
    9. Designers + Geeks
    10. Founder2be
    11. FounderDating
    12. Products That Count
    13. San Francisco Bitcoin Meetup
    14. San Francisco Data Science #ODSC
    15. San Francisco Startup Entrepreneurs
    16. San Francisco Startup Socials
    17. SF Beta: Startup Mixers
    18. SF Content Creators
    19. SF New Tech
    20. SF Startup
    21. SF Startup, Tech & Conference Connection
    22. SF Tech Happy Hour
    23. Silicon Valley Space Startups & Satellites
    24. Starfish Mission
    25. Startup Basecamp: Community and Events
    26. Startup Co-Founder Matching: Find the Right Partner in San Francisco
    27. Startup Development
    28. StartupBlink San Francisco
    29. StartupZ : Silicon Valley & World Startup Networking
    30. UC Davis Business Analytics (BAx) Meetup
    31. Unity User Group: San Francisco
    32. WIST: Women in Security and Tech San Francisco
    33. Women in Infrastructure
  • Build First Product: Hackathons & resources to build. (i.e. hackathons and other builder-focused events and resources)
    1. 20Mission
    2. BCH Hackathon Series
    3. Blockchain Hackathon: Enterprise Ready
    4. BUIDL San Francisco [Blockchain Hackathon]
    5. Code for San Francisco - Civic Hack Night
    6. Code for Venezuela SF
    7. d3.sf("Data Dive")
    8. Data Hackers: San Francisco
    9. DeveloperWeek Hackathon
    10. Double Union
    11. EOS Hackathon
    12. Erlang & Elixir SF
    13. Free Code Camp - Bay Area
    14. Hack 'n' Sleep
    15. HackMentalHealth 2019 at UCSF
    16. Hardware Developers Didactic Galactic!
    17. Maker Studio SF
    18. Minerva Hackathon
    19. Noisebridge Hackerspace
    20. Robot Developers Group - Bay Area
    21. San Francisco Raspberry Pi Meetup
    22. SF-Bay Area Design Sprints
    23. SF Code & Coffee
    24. SF Hardware Startup Meetup
    25. SFHacks
    26. SFSSNNATI Hackathon
    27. Startup + Hackathon // SF Bay
    28. The Archery
    29. TheShop
    30. Time Series SF

2. Launch Stage

In this stage, entrepreneurs establish and formalize the company, develop the product, get feedback from customers, and prepare for the next step.

A. Start

  • Establish: Law firms & banks for startups
    1. Accelerate Legal
    2. Atrium
    3. Bank of America
    4. Bank of the West
    5. Bend Law Group
    6. Bridge Bank
    7. Chase Bank
    8. Comerica Bank
    9. Davis Wright Tremaine
    10. Fathom Law
    11. First Republic Bank
    12. Hanson Bridgett
    13. Primum Law
    14. Putnam Gordon, PC
    15. Silicon Valley Bank
    16. Springmeyer Law
    17. Square 1 Bank
    18. Sterling Bank & Trust
    19. Sutter Law
    20. Union Bank
    21. US Bank
    22. Walker Corporate Law
    23. Wells Fargo
    24. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
  • Workspace: Co-working and flexible workspaces (note: “official” office space goes in 3.1.a. Infrastructure)
    1. Anchor
    2. Bespoke San Francisco
    3. Canopy
    4. Covo SF
    5. DG717
    6. ECO SYSTM
    7. Founders Den
    8. Hatch Today
    9. Impact Hub
    10. Industrious
    11. Mindspace
    12. Pacific Workplaces
    13. PARISOMA
    14. Radiant Workspaces
    15. Sandbox Suites
    16. SHARED
    17. SOMAcentral
    18. Spaces
    19. Startup Basecamp
    20. TechSpace
    21. The Vault
    22. WeWork
    23. Werqwise
    24. Workshop Cafe

B. Develop

  • Formalize: Accounting, development and HR for early-stage startups.  
    1. Altitude Labs
    2. ArcTouch
    3. asap Developers
    4. Azran Financial
    5. Betts Recruiting
    6. Dogtown Media
    7. Ejento
    8. Gillingham CPA
    9. HR Search Experts
    10. Koombea
    11. Kruze Consulting
    12. Premier Talent Partners
    13. Ravix Group
    14. Scion Staffing
    15. Source Select
    16. Spinnerty and Associates
    17. Spiral Scout
    18. Spring Search Group
    19. Startup Business Accounting
    20. Tenddo
    21. ThinkApps
    22. thoughtbot
    23. Yeti
  • Prepare for Seed: Incubators and advanced mentorship. (i.e. advanced knowledge sharing, later stage events and resources for startup TEAMS, Startup Next, etc)
    1. Blackbox
    2. DG717 Digital Garage Incubation Center
    3. e-Man Labs
    4. Founders Space
    5. Orange Fab
    6. Runway Innovation Hub
    7. Startup Next San Francisco
    8. YouWeb Incubator

C. Launch

  • Seed Accelerators: Seed funding mentor programs (Techstars-style programs that provide funding)
    1. 500 Startups
    2. Alchemist Accelerator
    3. AngelPad
    4. Founders Space
    5. German Accelerator
    6. i/o Ventures
    7. Launch Accelerator
    8. Lemnos Labs
    9. Matter
    10. Momentum
    11. OneTraction
    12. RocketSpace
    13. Startupbootcamp Scale San Francisco
    14. Tarmac SF
    15. Y Combinator
  • Pitch & Demo: Show local startups for investment (i.e. demo days for companies seeking seed investment)
    1. 500 Startups Demo Day
    2. Big Indie Pitch + PC Indie Pitch @ GDC 2019 with Game Camps
    3. Canadian Pitch Night
    4. Foreign Startups Mixer n Pitch
    5. Galvanize SF Data Science Demo Day
    6. LGBTQ Founders Demo Day
    7. Make School Demo Night
    8. Pitch Coach: Perfect Your Startup Pitch
    9. Pitch Perfect - Practice Your Pitch At Node
    10. PitchForce
    11. San Francisco ElevatorPitch
    12. San Francisco Investors and Startup Entrepreneurs
    13. San Francisco VC Fast Pitch Conference
    14. Seed Raising with Top-Tier Investors: OnePitch & Society3 March
    15. SF FinTech Meetup - Demo Day
    16. SF New Tech
    17. Startup Battlefield
    18. Startup Pitch Bootcamp: Learn from San Francisco's Top Entrepreneurs
    19. Startup SF
    20. Startups Showcase
    21. Venture University - REVERSE DEMO DAY
    22. Y Combinator Demo Day

3. Growth Stage

Here, a startup proves their utility, receives recognition, and scales up. This usually requires funding, angels, VCs, and ways to connect them to startups.

A. Recognition

  • Investor Networking:  Connect professional investors with founders. (i.e. events or groups that facilitate connections with professional investors)
    1. Angel Investing 101
    2. Angel Investment Network USA
    3. Astia Angels
    4. Band of Angels
    5. Bay Angels
    6. Citi Ventures
    7. Founders Space - Startups, VCs & Angel Investors
    8. Fund Your Startup SF
    9. Gaingels
    10. Golden Seeds
    11. Keiretsu Forum
    12. Pipeline Angels
    13. San Francisco - Silicon Valley Startups & Investors Group
    14. SF Startup Venture & Investor Network
    15. Startup Engineers, Entrepreneurs, Founders and Investors
    16. SV Angel
    17. The Arcview Group
    18. Venture Summit
    19. Wharton Alumni Angels
  • Major Media: Mainstream local business press. (i.e. major local or regional publications that frequently champion local businesses)
    1. ABC7
    2. CBS San Francisco
    3. CNBC San Francisco
    4. FOX 2
    5. NBC Bay Area
    6. San Francisco Business Times
    7. San Francisco Chronicle
    8. SFGate
    9. The San Francisco Examiner

B. Funding

  • Angels / Micro-VCs: Seed-stage investors
    1. Adrian Aoun
    2. Alexis Ohanian
    3. Auren Hoffman
    4. Babak Nivi
    5. Benjamin Ling
    6. Biz Stone
    7. Bobby Yazdani
    8. Chris Dixon
    9. Dave Morin
    10. David Blado
    11. David Sacks
    12. Elad Gil
    13. Evan Williams
    14. Jared Kopf
    15. Jason Calacanis
    16. Jeremy Stoppelman
    17. Jonathan Abrams
    18. Josh Kopelman
    19. Keith Rabois
    20. Kevin Hartz
    21. Kevin Rose
    22. M.G. Siegler
    23. Matt Ocko
    24. Max Levchin
    25. Naval Ravikant
    26. Niraj Mehta
    27. Paige Craig
    28. Paul Singh
    29. Peter Lukens
    30. Raymond Tonsing
    31. Rick Marini
    32. Scott and Cyan Banister
    33. Thomas Korte
    34. Tim O'Reilly
    35. Tom Fallows
    36. Travis Kalanick
    37. Yuan Chen
    38. Zachary Aarons
  • Venture Capitalists: Series A and beyond
    1. 5AM Ventures
    2. 8VC
    3. 137 Ventures
    4. ABS Capital Partners
    5. Accel
    6. ATEL Capital Group
    7. Atomic VC
    8. Azure
    9. Battery Ventures
    10. BEE PARTNERS
    11. Benchmark
    12. Bessemer Venture Partners
    13. Bolt
    14. Blumberg Capital
    15. Canaan
    16. Catamount Ventures
    17. Clarus
    18. Costanoa Ventures
    19. Crosslink Capital
    20. CRV
    21. Darling Ventures
    22. Emergence
    23. Fifty Years
    24. First Round Capital
    25. Forerunner Ventures
    26. Francisco Partners
    27. FTV Capital
    28. FundersClub
    29. General Catalyst
    30. Golden Gate Capital
    31. Homebrew
    32. Index Ventures
    33. IVP
    34. Javelin Venture Partners
    35. LaunchCapital
    36. Lemnos
    37. Mighty Capital
    38. NEA
    39. NFX
    40. Owl Ventures
    41. Prelude Ventures
    42. Ridge Ventures
    43. Rubicon Venture Capital
    44. SOSV
    45. Structure Capital
    46. Sway Ventures
    47. Trinity Ventures
    48. True Ventures
    49. Tuesday Capital
    50. Uncork Capital
    51. Walden Venture Capital
    52. Y Combinator

C. Growth

  • Infrastructure: Office space, HR, local business insurance. (i.e. office space/ HR/ insurance providers for capital-rich companies to grow and scale)
    1. 42Floors
    2. Connery Consulting
    3. CoverHound
    4. Embroker
    5. G2 Insurance
    6. Glocap
    7. HUB International
    8. Instant Offices
    9. LiquidSpace
    10. LoopNet
    11. Newfront Insurance
    12. NUA Group
    13. OnPoint HR
    14. Regus
    15. Rofo
    16. Sequoia
  • Expansion: Growth accelerators/consultants. (i.e. programs and business consultants for capital-rich companies to grow and scale)
    1. Accenture
    2. Alvarez & Marsal
    3. A.T. Kearney
    4. Avanade
    5. Bain & Company
    6. Boston Consulting Group
    7. Buck Consulting
    8. Capgemini
    9. Deloitte
    10. Ernst and Young
    11. FTI Consulting
    12. Gallup
    13. Grant Thornton
    14. IDEO
    15. Kantar Millward Brown
    16. Kantar TNS
    17. Korn Ferry
    18. KPMG
    19. LEK Consulting
    20. McKinsey & Company
    21. Navigant
    22. North Highland
    23. Oliver Wyman
    24. Protiviti
    25. PwC
    26. Strategy&
    27. Tata Consultancy Services
    28. The Brattle Group
    29. Willis Towers Watson

4. Success Stories

Successful homegrown companies that have raised significant institutional funding, employ a large workforce, or have achieved liquidity.

  1. Airbnb
  2. Ancestry.com
  3. AppDynamics
  4. Betabrand
  5. Buffer
  6. BuildZoom
  7. Bleacher Report
  8. Calm
  9. Clever
  10. Cloudera
  11. Cloudflare
  12. Coinbase
  13. Craigslist
  14. Docusign
  15. Docker
  16. DoorDash
  17. Dropbox
  18. Ebates
  19. Elevate
  20. Everlane
  21. Eventbrite
  22. Fitbit
  23. Forkable
  24. Genentech
  25. Getaround
  26. Gusto
  27. Github
  28. Gitlab
  29. GoPro
  30. Hive AI
  31. IFTTT
  32. Instacart
  33. Jawbone
  34. Kaggle
  35. Kabam
  36. Lyft
  37. Medium
  38. Mixpanel
  39. Next Door
  40. NerdWallet
  41. New Relic
  42. Okta
  43. Pinterest
  44. Postmates
  45. Reddit
  46. Salesforce
  47. Shyp
  48. Slack
  49. Square
  50. SuccessFactors
  51. Stitch Fix
  52. Stripe
  53. ThirdLove
  54. Thumbtack
  55. Trulia
  56. Twitter
  57. Twilio
  58. Uber
  59. Udemy
  60. Upwork
  61. Weebly
  62. Yelp
  63. Zendesk
  64. Zenefits
  65. Zynga



Supporters


To facilitate the steps, every ecosystem needs strong supporters.

1. Evangelists

Successful local founders who lead the ecosystem & frequently mentor newbies.

  1. Adeo Ressi
  2. Alexandra Johnson
  3. Alexis Ohanian
  4. Allen Saakyan
  5. Anuradha Gali
  6. Anu Shultes
  7. Arjita A. Sethi
  8. Arun Nithyanandam
  9. Ashley Miller
  10. Asra Nadeem
  11. Asya Bradley
  12. Auren Hoffman
  13. Avery Lyford
  14. Babak Nivi
  15. Barbara Timm-Brock
  16. Ben Casnocha
  17. Ben Larson
  18. Biz Stone
  19. Bob Rosin
  20. Bow Rodgers
  21. Brandon Steelman
  22. Brianne Kimmel
  23. Brian Wong
  24. Chris Dixon
  25. Ciarán Byrne
  26. Daniel Idzkowski
  27. Danny Jian
  28. Dan Rubins
  29. Dave Morin
  30. Dedra Chamberlin
  31. Deldelp Medina
  32. Diego A. Roman
  33. Diogo dos Reis Ruiz
  34. Edward Hartman
  35. Elad Gil
  36. Elizabeth Bachman
  37. Elizabeth Fullerton
  38. Ellen Ma
  39. Eren Bali
  40. Erwin Hosono
  41. Evan Williams
  42. Faryl Ury
  43. Genau Lopes
  44. Gené Teare
  45. Haden Kirkpatrick
  46. Henrik Scheel
  47. J. Allie Morse
  48. Jason Calacanis
  49. Javid Jamae
  50. Jay Nath
  51. Jed Katz
  52. Jenna Cheng
  53. Jennifer Vancini
  54. Jeremy Glassenberg
  55. Jeremy Stoppelman
  56. Jessica Chin Foo
  57. Jill Bourque
  58. Joanna Riley
  59. John B. Graham
  60. Joh Olson
  61. Jonathan Abrams
  62. Juan Polanco
  63. Julian Nachtigal
  64. Justine Reichman
  65. Justin Moore
  66. Kate Bunina
  67. Kate Bunina
  68. Kelli Peterson
  69. Kerry Jones
  70. Kevin Hartz
  71. Kevin Rose
  72. Krista Canellakis
  73. Kunal Punjabi
  74. Laura Chicurel
  75. Lesa Hammond
  76. Luba Lesiva
  77. Madeline Duva
  78. Maia Bittner
  79. Marc Gelfo
  80. Marcos Polanco
  81. Mark Weiss
  82. Marshall Hayner
  83. Martin Destagnol
  84. Max Levchin
  85. Michael Gorback
  86. Michael Sidgmore
  87. Mike Suprovici
  88. Miles Lasater
  89. Minji Wong
  90. Mona DeFrawi
  91. Nancy Wang
  92. Natalie Morsette Wilson
  93. Naval Ravikant
  94. Olga Mack
  95. Oliver Hanisch
  96. Omar Valle
  97. Pascale Diaine
  98. Patrick Lee
  99. Paul D'Souza
  100. Paul Singh
  101. Phil Libin
  102. Rachel Sheppard
  103. Rana Gujral
  104. Renata George
  105. Rich Roth
  106. Rick Marini
  107. Rita Waite
  108. Ron Flavin
  109. Ron Gentile
  110. Russell Fradin
  111. Ryan Glasgow
  112. Ryan Micheletti
  113. Ryan Vinyard
  114. Sami Inkinen
  115. Sasha Hallin
  116. SC Moatti
  117. Scott and Cyan Banister
  118. Shruti Merchant
  119. Sidd Gavirneni
  120. Stephanie Marrus
  121. Steve Jang
  122. Sumit Mehta
  123. Taylor Sims
  124. Thomas Korte
  125. Tiago Gavassi
  126. Tiarne Hawkins
  127. Tijan Watt
  128. Tim O'Reilly
  129. Val Agostino
  130. Vic Kapur
  131. Vincent Diallo
  132. Walter Roth
  133. Ying Wang
  134. Zach Supalla
  135. Zaina Orbai

2. Government

Public organizations that facilitate local economic development (ex. Start with the chamber of commerce, “Invest in XXX”, “Economic Ministry of XXX” , “Innovation”, R&D, etc)

  1. City Innovate
  2. Global Chamber San Francisco
  3. Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center
  4. San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
  5. San Francisco Department of Technology
  6. San Francisco Office of Civic Innovation
  7. San Francisco Office of Small Business
  8. San Francisco Women’s Entrepreneurship Fund

3. Talent

Major local business or tech universities and employers that attract and retain local talent.

  • Local Universities (universities with prominent technical or business programs)
    1. Academy of Art University
    2. Golden Gate University
    3. Hult International Business School
    4. San Francisco Art Institute
    5. San Francisco State University
    6. UC San Francisco
    7. University of the Pacific
    8. University of San Francisco
  • Local Employers (Major technical employers, like Microsoft or Google or large local companies, with large local offices, “major technology companies in XX”)
    1. Adobe
    2. Airbnb
    3. Amazon
    4. Apple
    5. Autodesk
    6. Cisco
    7. Dropbox
    8. Dolby
    9. Facebook
    10. Glassdoor
    11. Google
    12. IBM
    13. Instacart
    14. LinkedIn
    15. Lyft
    16. Microsoft
    17. Oracle
    18. Postmates
    19. PG&E
    20. Salesforce
    21. Square
    22. Twitter
    23. Uber
    24. Wells Fargo
    25. Yelp
    26. Zenefits
    27. Zynga

 

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