Find out which tech companies to watch for and how your tech startup can gain momentum with Ari Stiegler and Prism.

LOS ANGELES, CA, May 22, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — With an atmosphere of ever-changing technology today, tech startups are the companies to watch. The birthplace of most tech startups is Silicon Valley in Northern California.

Here are the top ten startup tech companies with brilliant ideas and innovation to watch in 2023:

Landing AI uses artificial intelligence to work with customers in various fields, such as healthcare, manufacturing, and agriculture. The company’s main product is LandingLens, an AI-powered service that provides smooth workflow and data accuracy.

0x Labs is a new software to facilitate token exchange without a middleman. Users gain access to the platform for free, opening up opportunities for developers and owners to buy and sell.

Discord launched its app in 2015 as a free communication service to join people via group chat for communities and voice calls. While this is an older startup, it continues to grow rapidly. uses AI to track customer conversations with sales teams to optimize processes and performance.

MoonPay aims to create awareness of cryptocurrency to increase its adoption of it. While on the app, users can trade and invest.

Aestera Labs focuses on connectivity for heavy information flow throughout cloud servers. The company’s main product is LEO, which pools and extends cloud memory and supports heavy AI-powered workloads.

Boulevard is an appointment-based software for salon services such as barbers, spas, massage therapy, salons, and more.

AtoB is a tech startup aiming to save truckers’ money on fuel with their fleet fuel card that is acceptable at all US gas stations and truck stops. Their flagship product also grants credit access in comparison to fuel consumption.

Cloud Trucks is a business management software for independent truck drivers. With this startup’s software, truckers can book loads easier across different shippers and manage their cash flow.

Celona aims to create a new direction in the world of technology with their 5G VOLTE system. This innovative network combines 5G, machine learning, and more to advance business in their fields.

These companies all have very interesting ideas and platforms to assist people, but the question is whether or not they will continue to thrive.

Insufficient funding and shareholder equity make it difficult for tech startups to get off the ground. That’s where a company like Prism is irreplaceable.

Prism is a platform aiming to originate loans against shareholder equity for startups. It grants easy access to liquidity for startup founders, investors, and employees in the tech industry with no personal recourse. It makes a company more likely to see things through instead of being bought out.

Ari Stiegler, Prism’s co-founder and CEO, is a venture capitalist who helps tech startups fund their latest breakthroughs. Since graduating from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration, Stiegler has used his expertise to invest in early-stage startups.

Aside from Prism, Stiegler is the managing partner of Flux Capital, a venture capital fund based in Los Angeles. He was the founding CEO of TutorMe and also co-founded a neo-bank, LVL, that provides FDIC-insured bank accounts for financial stability and acts as a cryptocurrency trading platform.

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