Firebrand provides PR, content and digital marketing for tech startups, primarily in San Francisco and the Bay Area. We have experience across a wide range of sectors including security, analytics, enterprise software/cloud, AI, networking, telecom, mobile and digital entertainment.


Some of our current clients include these great companies:

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Avi Networks completes enterprises’ digital transformation with its smart load balancer and modern application services. Avi’s Vantage Platform can be deployed across data centers and clouds, delivering better elasticity, intelligence, and cost savings by providing granular per-tenant and per-app services. Customers enjoy 5X faster application rollouts, actionable analytics and 70% lower cost. Avi is backed by leading investors including Greylock, Lightspeed, Menlo, and DAG Ventures.

visit: avinetworks.com >>

PR for Emotiv

EMOTIV is a bioinformatics company advancing understanding of the human brain using electroencephalography (EEG). Its mission is to empower individuals to understand their own brain and accelerate brain research globally. Founded in 2011 by tech entrepreneurs Tan Le (CEO) and Dr. Geoff Mackellar (CTO) the company is headquartered in San Francisco, U.S.A. with facilities in Sydney, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh.

visit: emotiv.com >>

PR for Everlaw

Everlaw is a legal tech company backed by Andreessen Horowitz that applies modern design principles and computer science advances to challenges in the legal industry. The company’s litigation platform replaces antiquated tools to help major law firms and government agencies win in court.

visit: everlaw.com >>

PR for Frame

Founded in 2012, Frame is transforming personal computing by letting people and teams run their apps in the cloud and share them easily. Frame (previously Mainframe2) is headquartered in San Mateo, CA, with offices in Nis, Serbia, and is financed by Silicon Valley VCs including Bain Capital Ventures, CNTP, In-Q-Tel and Microsoft Ventures.

visit: fra.me >>

High Fidelity provides a social virtual reality platform for users to create and deploy 3D virtual worlds, and explore and interact together in them. The software is open source, and supports the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive. High Fidelity was founded in April 2013 by Second Life founder and former CEO Philip Rosedale. It is backed by Breyer Capital, Google Ventures, IDG Capital, True Ventures and Vulcan Capital.


visit: high fidelity >>

PR for MapD

MapD Technologies is a next-generation analytics company that harnesses the massive parallelism of modern graphics processing units (GPUs) to power lightning-fast SQL queries and visualization over large datasets. The MapD platform provides analysts and data scientists with the fastest time to insight, performance that is not possible with traditional CPU-based solutions.

Founded in 2013, MapD Technologies is funded by GV, In-Q-Tel, New Enterprise Associates (NEA), NVIDIA, Vanedge Capital and Verizon Ventures.


visit: mapd.com >>

PR for Nexient

Nexient is the largest domestic pure-play technology services provider, with core strength in Agile software development and transformation at scale. With four delivery centers in the US, it architects and builds solutions that combine Agile expertise with Silicon Valley innovation to help clients be more responsive to their market.

visit: nexient.com >>

PR for Tascent

Tascent develops and deploys biometric identity products and solutions that excel in challenging real-world environments. Each year, tens of millions of people rely on Tascent’s biometric technologies for secure, seamless travel, public safety, and commerce. Founded in 2015, Tascent has a strong heritage in iris recognition and multimodal high-throughput and mobile biometrics stemming from its acquisition of AOptix Technologies’ Identity Solutions business unit. Tascent is based in Silicon Valley, CA and supports customers and partners globally with offices in Washington DC, Dubai and Singapore.


visit: tascent.com >>



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