Atlanta Inno: Atlanta’s 2023 Startups to Watch

By Zach Armstrong – Digital Producer
January 20, 2023, 03:53pm EST

It’s been a rough year for startups. 

In 2022, Georgia companies raised about half of what they did the previous year, which was a record level for funding. Investors have switched a focus on growth for profitability. That shift in market dynamics has led to a series of layoffs from tech companies across the nation so they could cut costs. 

The best, most innovative businesses are always the ones that persevere. Atlanta Inno and the Atlanta Business Chronicle are highlighting the local startups that are best suited to weather this storm. 

These startups will be honored at a future event in the coming months hosted by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Stay tuned for more details on when you can join us. 

This list was curated from Atlanta Inno reporting and recommendations from Atlanta’s top technology players. These companies, who are primarily early-stage, have shown the most promise to become stars of ATL’s startup ecosystem. They have proven this through venture capital raises, exciting innovation, completing well-known incubators/accelerators and more.

The 23 Startups to Watch in 2023:

  • 4Earth, CEO Jahanzeb Khan
  • Any Distance, CEO Luke Beard
  • Carpool Logistics, CEO Michael Malakhov
  • Chezie, CEO Toby Egbuna
  • ConConnect, CEO Andre Peart
  • Dr. Noze Best, CEO Christy Brown
  • Envirospark Energy Solutions, CEO Aaron Luque Happy Talks, CEO Christian Ross
  • ImIn, CEO Lauren Wilson
  • Joulea, CEO Ramtin Motahar
  • Kabila, CEO James Oliver Jr.
  • Momnt, CEO Barclay Keith
  • Nexus Circular, CEO Jodie Morgan
  • OXOS Medical, CEO Evan Ruff
  • PCKL, CEO Michael Gottfried
  • SmartGov Data Tech, CEO Tye Hayes
  • SuperCopy, CEO Richard Lee
  • SustainAble Home Goods, CEO LaToya Tucciarone Transition, CEO Kayla Wright-Jackson
  • Uplevel Communications, CEO Courtney Culmer Vacmobile Corp., CEO Jennifer Sparks
  • Wattch, CEO Alex Nussey
  • Zinnia, CEO Lauren Marturano

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