Online wellness startup Limeade squeezes $5M round out of TVC

Limeade has pulled in $5 million in fresh capital from TVC Capital, money that the six-year-old Bellevue company will use to more than double its staff of 35 people in the coming year. Led by former Intuit marketing vet Henry Albrecht, Limeade develops online corporate wellness programs designed to maker employees healthier and happier. Employers pay a… Read More


Limeade lands deal with Swedish hospital for wellness program

Seattle startup Limeade announced today that it will bring its online corporate wellness program to Swedish hospital, continuing a string of new deals for the company. Swedish is the largest non-profit health provider in the Greater Seattle area, with more than 11,000 employees. “As a leader in the healthcare industry and a pillar in the Seattle community,… Read More


Tech Moves: Vernon out at Zulily; Microsoft hires FTC attorney who slammed Google; and more

Less than a year after arriving at fast-growing Seattle daily deal startup Zulily, chief financial officer Michael Vernon has left the company, GeekWire has learned. Zulily CEO Darrell Cavens confirmed the news, but declined to discuss the specifics around the departure. Vernon joined Zulily last May from Big Fish Games, and at the time of… Read More