2023 Best Tech Startups in Fremont

Powered by CrunchbaseThe Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Fremont, California. In doing our research, we considered several factors including but not limited to:

  1. Revenue potential
  2. Leadership team
  3. Brand/product traction
  4. Competitive landscape

Additionally, all companies must be independent (unacquired), privately owned, at most 10 years old, and have received at least one round of funding in order to qualify.

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Founded: 2016

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“ aims to deliver autonomous mobility everywhere by building the safest and most reliable self-driving technology. is currently testing its self-driving system in multiple geographies across the U.S. and China. The company was founded in late 2016 and its investors include Sequoia Capital China, IDG Capital, Legend Capital, among others.”

2. Weee!


Founded: 2015

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“Weee! ( curates, sources, and delivers fresh Asian and Hispanic groceries to customers coast-to-coast. Join the fun on our iOS and Android apps! Shipping nationwide 📣.”

3. EnerVenue


Founded: 2020

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“EnerVenue builds simple, safe, maintenance-free energy storage for the clean energy revolution – based on technology proven over decades in extreme conditions, now scaled for large renewable energy integration applications.”

4. Forma


Founded: 2017

“Forma (formerly Twic) is a life benefits platform that enables modern companies to design and scale flexible, global benefits programs with options that fit employee’s lives, from health and wellbeing to lifestyle – and beyond.

Forma radically streamlines program administration and vendor integration across HR and Finance Teams, making flexible benefits easy to manage and delightful to experience.”

5. 100ms


Founded: 2020

“Powering the increasingly virtual, remote-first world with best-in-class live video experience.”

6. Everestlabs.AI


Founded: 2018

“EverestLabs is working to decarbonize the planet by recovering all recyclables. We are using AI, robotics and automation to help material recovery facilities (MRFs) operate more efficiently and enabling CPG brands to exceed their recycled content, EPR and ESG goals

EverestLabs was founded with the belief that the planet (and industry) needs our help. MRFs are in the business of sorting hundreds of millions of tons of waste and recyclables, and it’s a business that is in dire need of modern technologies amid economic downturns, labor shortages, climate change goals, and more.

EverestLabs’ technology, RecycleOS, is the only AI-enabled recycling solution that empowers MRFs to cost effectively recover more materials. With more than 97% AI accuracy, we guarantee pick efficacy for the widest range of recyclable materials. This leads to increased revenue and better business outcomes for the recycling industry. Most importantly, it’s contributing to a more sustainable future for our planet.”

7. Baton Systems

Baton Systems

Founded: 2016

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Baton Systems is reforming how payments are made in the world’s largest financial markets. By delivering on-demand synchronization and orchestration of asset movements through its distributed ledger-based platform, it is eliminating friction to speed clearing and settlement, reducing risk and pre-funding requirements, and increasing liquidity.

Founded in 2016 by technology, payments and capital markets veterans, and backed by venture capital, Baton Systems works with numerous market participants – including major global banks, custodian banks and exchanges – to meet today’s demands for capital efficiency, regulatory compliance and operational superiority.”

8. Nebulon


Founded: 2018

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“Nebulon is a startup redefining storage for Hybrid IT. The company is developing and providing a new and unique approach called Cloud-Defined Storage.

Nebulon was co-founded by David Scott, former CEO of 3PAR, together with Siamak Nazari, Sean Etaati and Craig Nunes. All four co-founders were early employees at 3PAR and led the company to a $2.4B acquisition and ultimately market share leadership. Early employees consist of top people from Google,, Stanford University, Datrium and HPE/3PAR. The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices in Fremont and on the Peninsula. To hear more about Cloud Defined Storage and a sneak peak into what is coming next in Hybrid IT, subscribe to our updates here on LinkedIn, @NebulonInc on Twitter, and @NebulonInc on Facebook.”

9. OrthoFX


Founded: 2017

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“Hey Doctors, welcome to OrthoFX! We design and develop amazing clear aligner products and experiences for you and your patients. Thanks for stopping by!

If you want to know us, meet our founders: Ren, Nichole, Henry! Three former Invisalign Executives dedicated to straightening out the aligner industry for Doctors and patients. They left Invisalign to create an experience with you at the core of everything they do—not the other way around.

OrthoFX have the best materials technology in the industry, due in large part to Loc Phan, the key scientist behind developing the first ever clear aligner. We are committed to continued polymer technology innovation by hiring a team of industry experts like Loc to understand your needs and pain points, and we can’t do it without your partnership.”

10. Way


Founded: 2014

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“ is a fintech platform for car ownership, where 6.5 million drivers have discovered high-quality car services in one destination. Customers saved millions in 2021 with the company’s tech-forward approach, as they signed up for the best auto insurance and parking rates in-app in seconds. The car services marketplace also finds andreserves the best city and airport parking, sets customers up with the top-rated car washes in the area, offers the best auto refinance rates, and has partnered with thousands of parking locations, car washes, and hundreds of insurance carriers covering all 50 states.”

One thought on “2023 Best Tech Startups in Fremont

  • Tim Ayres

    Which ones are publically traded?

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