SNUPI co-founder Jeremy Jaech.

Husky Pride: Check out these 5 startups founded by University of Washington grads, professors

The talent and tenacity of graduates and professors from the University of Washington was on full display Tuesday evening inside the Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science and Engineering. The Seattle Tech Meetup held its second annual special free event at the UW campus and featured five startup founders who have connections to the… Read More

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Meet the Seattle 10: These innovative startups are looking to change the world

Seattle is ripe with innovation. From aerospace to biotechnology to software to retail, startup companies in this moss-covered part of the globe are breaking traditional boundaries, creating groundbreaking ideas that truly could change how we see the world. With that in mind, we’re excited to announce the Seattle 10, presented in partnership with the Museum… Read More

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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

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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