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San Francisco's biggest tech employer just opened a space where select startups can work for free (CRM)

When Salesforce announced a new $50 million fund in June, it also disclosed that it would open a new startup workspace in downtown San Francisco. The new space, called the Salesforce Incubator, finally opened on Wednesday. Located in San Francisco's SOMA district, where a lot of startups open shop these days, Salesforce Incubator will house 14 startups for the next 5 months for free.
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