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Amazon

Amazon Echo Hits Over 8 Million Sales

By | Feb 1, 2017 at 10:30 am

If you don’t own an Amazon Echo yet, you’re still in the majority – but there are now 8.2 million people who have embraced all the amazing benefits that the Echo has to offer. What is even more remarkable about this sales milestone is that it…

Inspiration

How This Dad Went From Playing Music To Coding

By | Jan 28, 2017 at 12:45 pm

This article is courtesy of the Galvanize blog. Interested in entrepreneurship, web development, or data science? Check out the Galvanize Newsletter, bringing you the best content from The Learning Community for Technology. In the summer of 2010, Bryan Brophy was lying on his bunk in…

Ecosystems

5 Reasons Seattle Should Be the Home of Your Next Startup

By | Dec 11, 2016 at 2:20 pm

This article is courtesy of BusinessCollective, featuring thought leadership content by ambitious young entrepreneurs, executives & small business owners. From great talent to a community of investors, there’s nothing this startup hub can’t offer. Seattle is the hub for Pacific Northwest entrepreneurial innovation. As…

Accelerator

Techstars Announces the Alexa Accelerator in Seattle

By | Dec 1, 2016 at 8:30 pm

This article is courtesy of Techstars, the best global ecosystem for entrepreneurs to bring new technologies to market. From inspiration to IPO, Techstars empowers the world’s most promising entrepreneurs throughout their lifelong journey by providing a global ecosystem made up of tens of thousands…

Social Media

Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Yelp Formed a Panel to Talk Digital Marketing

By | Nov 17, 2016 at 3:45 pm

Seattle Startup Week just featured a panel on digital media marketing packed with representatives for four major social media networks — Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Yelp. Hosted by Tech.Co’s own CEO Frank Gruber, the event dug deep into the various strategies, plans, and data that any brand-new startup…

Business

Small Businesses Now Have Their Own Credit Card

By | Nov 15, 2016 at 8:30 pm

Small businesses can now get a little extra something out of their countless expenditures… at least, something in addition to a successful business. The new Chase Ink Business PreferredSM credit card will, according to the company, offer today’s businesses “three points per dollar on the first…

Energy

10 Seattle Startups That Are Preserving Mother Earth

By | Nov 15, 2016 at 4:30 pm

With carbon dioxide at its highest levels in 650,000 years, global temperature up 1.7 degrees, and the Arctic ice minimum decreasing at 13.3 percent per decade according to NASA, it’s important to do your part and help stop future damage to planet Earth. At Seattle Startup Week…

Entrepreneur

BitTitan CEO on His Bootstrapping Past and Cloud Services’ Future

By | Nov 15, 2016 at 2:20 pm

Since BitTitan’s inception, Geeman Yip has served as the cloud enablement provider’s spine. As CEO, he strategizes, manages, and powers the tech behind the company. And it’s working: They closed their first funding round last June, landing $15 million from San Diego-based growth equity firm…

News

The ‘Atlas Recall’ Beta Aims to Streamline Your Digital Life

By | Nov 2, 2016 at 2:20 pm

Atlas Recall, the first product from Seattle startup Atlas Informatics, just launched an open beta this morning. The app is designed to run in the background, indexing any information you want it to, in order to serve as your “photographic memory” for everything digital in…

Interviews

Why Seattle Media Startup “The Evergrey” Could Be the Future of Local Journalism

By | Oct 24, 2016 at 5:50 pm

The future of journalism and news media is up in the air. The industry’s perspective is so bleak that articles about the death of journalism are their own cottage industry — though sadly not one likely to save journalism. Here’s the local news problem in two numbers: In…

Reports & Rankings

Seattle’s Top Ten Startup Founders Over 40

By | Aug 2, 2016 at 2:00 pm

Mention the term “startup founder” to someone at random, and they’ll likely conjure up an image of the cast of HBO’s Silicon Valley: An unkempt team of Mark Zuckerberg-esque socially-awkward guys bootstrapping their way to uncertain success. Also, they’re all twenty-somethings. There certainly are plenty of founders…

Ecommerce

Maturing of an Industry: Amazon Backs Kickstarter

By | Jul 29, 2016 at 3:30 pm

This week Amazon Launchpad announced a new section to their offering, a collection of successful Kickstarter products. At launch, more than 300 products were made available, including Piper, Zivix, Prynt, and MudWatt, among others. “At Amazon, we work hard to offer the widest possible…

Startups & Apps

Top 10 Seattle Startups to Watch

By | Jul 29, 2016 at 2:00 pm

In case you haven’t heard, apps are being downloaded an average of zero times per month nowadays. It’s getting tougher to break through to consumers who are happily bouncing back and forth between their Facebook Messenger and Twitter apps, with a little Uber in between….

Announcements

Nomination Call: Top Seattle Startup Founders Over 40

By | Jul 20, 2016 at 2:40 pm

Any guesses on the age of your average successful startup founder? Yes, the title of this article is a clue. It’s about 40 years old, according to the Kauffman Foundation. Furthermore, the big age group that’s showed increasing entrepreneurial activity over the last twenty years…

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