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New Tech Flashback December 7th, 2021

This week, we’re taking it back to NTS 2019 with Genemod. The company accelerates life sciences R&D by improving collaboration for every team so that scientists can work on big ideas, without the busywork. They are a venture-backed, team of technology

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New Tech Flashback November 30th, 2021

This week, we’re going to hear from a company that presented right before the global pandemic shut down everything (why does that seem like 10 years ago now?). Socially Inept is a tech roast show, comedy brand, and term used to describe

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New Tech Flashback November 23rd, 2021

In this week’s New Tech Flashback, we hear from Rajeev Dutt, CEO and president of AI Dynamics and winner of the 425 Business 2017 IDEA Entrepreneur of The Year. Rajeev presented his company at New Tech Seattle in 2018, although they were named DimensionalMechanics

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New Tech Flashback November 16th, 2021

This week, we’re checking in with one of the first companies to come to a New Tech Seattle event. PetHub presented at one of the first New Tech Seattle events way back in 2013. PetHub’s suite of services help pet parents use

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New Tech Flashback November 9th, 2021

This week, we’re featuring Formidable, a company that presented at our New Tech Seattle event in 2019. Formidable partners with clients from startups to Fortune 100s to design and build solutions to the toughest software problems. Let’s hear what Ryan Roemer,

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Angel Spotlight November 2nd, 2021

This week, we return to another Angel Spotlight in partnership with Alliance of Angels. Rob Shearer has spent 25 years building silicon. He’s built every IP, and he’s built every kind of chip. Rob has worked on various projects like Xbox One, IBM

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New Tech Flashback October 26th, 2021

This week, we’re turning to the story of Claire Horner-Devine, Ph.D., Founder, Counterspace Consulting LLC, and Co-Founder at BRAINS, LATTICE, WEBS & WFAB. Claire presented LATTICE at New Tech Seattle in 2019. Hear about how she has progressed in her professional and personal life since then below!

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New Tech Flashback October 19th, 2021

This week, we’re taking you all the way back to 2015! Anybody else miss those days? Founded in 1986, Long Live The Kings’ mission is to restore wild salmon and steelhead and support sustainable fishing in the Pacific Northwest. We recently checked

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