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Next Big Thing: Jeremy Jaech, CEO of SNUPI Technologies

This week I sit down with Jeremy Jaech, the CEO and co-founder of SNUPI Technologies. He is a self-described serial entrepreneur and a very successful one. Jaech has changed how industries operate and how every day work gets done. He co-founded Aldus, which invented desktop publishing, and Visio, a product that enables everyone from engineers… Read More


GeekWire Awards: Vote for Hire of the Year

We’re back for another round of voting in the GeekWire Awards. And today’s category — Hire of the Year — is a critical one as companies engage in an all-out war for talent. This category is presented by Summit Group Solutions, and it marks one of three remaining categories in the Awards voting process.  We… Read More


Cozi raises cash to take family calendar application overseas

Cozi has raised an additional $2.5 million, money that the Seattle startup plans to use to expand internationally and further develop its premium offering. Founded in 2005 by entrepreneurs Robbie Cape and Jan Miksovsky, Cozi is an online calendar and organizational tool that’s designed to help families keep track of daily schedules, grocery lists and… Read More

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Jaech out as CEO of Verdiem

Jeremy Jaech has stepped down as CEO of Verdiem, the heavily-funded Seattle company that helps businesses and government organizations better manage PC power consumption. The news was first reported today by Xconomy, which notes that Jaech’s bio has been removed from the company’s Web site. It’s unclear when Jaech — who previously founded Aldus, Trumba… Read More