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We are thrilled to announce the nine companies that will be joining the Techstars Seattle 2017 program. This is our eighth Techstars Seattle class, and as in previous years we’ve selected a diverse set of companies from around the Pacific Northwest that reflect the best of our regional innovation ecosystem.

This year’s class includes solutions in e-commerce, biotech, enterprise SaaS, pharma, HR, marketplaces and energy. Our 2017 companies will enjoy access to an incredible group of local mentors, investors and alumni founders from some our region’s most successful growth companies, including Bizible, Outreach and Remitly.

The program began on Monday, January 23rd and culminates with a Demo Night on April 19th, where the companies will pitch their solutions and seek investment from top angel investors and venture capitalists. Make sure you save the date and reserve a ticket!

We are excited to welcome the 2017 Class to the Techstars Seattle community and look forward to keeping you updated on their progress.

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Coastline Market: Connecting retail buyers directly to commercial fishermen in local geographies.

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CuePath Innovation: Medication monitoring service and platform based on a popular multidrug blister pack.

Hazel: Making work better for everyone.

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LevelTen Energy: A renewable energy transaction platform connecting C&I power buyers to PPAs from utility-scale wind, solar, and storage projects.

Silene Biotech: Cell preservation today for tomorrow’s personalized therapies and diagnostics.

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Swym Corporation: Helping e-commerce brands craft seamless cross-channel experiences.

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Stackery: Dev and ops on the same page.

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Valid 8: The first independent financial analytics platform.

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VendorHawk: SaaS optimization for the modern enterprise.

 



Chris DeVore Chris DeVore
Chris DeVore is Managing Director of Techstars Seattle Accelerator, the Pacific Northwest’s most selective startup accelerator, and also co-founder and Managing Partner of Founders’ Co-op, the region’s leading seed-stage venture capital fund. An active angel investor for over a decade, Chris has invested in dozens of early-stage software companies, including many Techstars graduates. @crashdev