Accelerators & Incubators
Microsoft Accelerator. Helping later-stage startups scale.
Founders Institute. 4 month class that helps people “make the leap from employee to entrepreneur.”
Reactor. Accelerator for media and video game companies.
Startup Hall. Home of Techstars Seattle.
Hing Hay Coworks. Coworking in the international district.
Seattle Seed and Angel Investors
Arch Venture Partners. Life sciences.
Element 8. Clean Tech.
SWAN Venture Fund. B2B technology
Seattle Venture Capital Firms
Voyager Capital. Focused on digital media, software and services, wireless and Smart Grid companies.
Maveron. Consumer brands.
Ignition. Enterprise Software.
Fluke Venture Partners. Technology, healthcare and consumer.
Flying Fish. Cloud Computing, AI, Speech and Natural Language, Machine Learning and IoT.
Divergent. Early stage investments in Big data, Mobile data, Virtualization/cloud and Storage. Theme = invest in the technical building blocks supporting networks and information systems.
Atlas Ventures. Healthcare.
Polaris. Technology and Healthcare.
Frazier Healthcare. Healthcare.
Pacific Horizon Ventures. Invests in early stage life science companies developing nbiotech products, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, computational biology and genomics.
Mont Lake Capital. Growth stage fund for consumer and business products and services, financial services and technology.
WRF Capital. Early-stage investments in life sciences, information technology, and physical sciences. Fund uses investment returns to support Washington Research Foundation philanthropy.
Seattle Tech & Startup Blogs
Dan Shapiro. CEO of Glowforge.
Crash/Dev. From Chris DeVore, managing director at Techstars Seattle.
Thinking, Learning and Just Interested. By founder and angel investor T.A. McCann.
Events, Meetups and Such
Ada’s Technical Books. Nerd book store in Capitol Hill.