Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence – We pair the best AI minds in the world with successful entrepreneurs to build AI startups together.
Bunker Labs – We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit – and a national network of veteran entrepreneurs dedicated to helping new veteran entrepreneurs start their own business. We are committed to seeing that every entrepreneur in the veteran community has the network, tools, and resources they need to start their own business.
CoMotion (UW) – The collaborative hub for expanding the societal impact of the UW community. We deliver the tools and connections that UW researchers and students need to accelerate the impact of their innovations. (U District)
Create33 – A “founder center” which includes co-working desks, 24 conference rooms, an event space, a production studio, startup training rooms and a kitchen. It’s similar to WeWork or Galvanize, but unique given that it was created by 23-year-old venture capital firm Madrona.
Fab Lab – Providing easy and open access to cutting-edge design and proto-typing equipment, and to bring educational opportunities and a supportive community for students, inventors, artists and DIY enthusiasts. (Seattle)
galvanize – We believe in making education and growth accessible to anyone – especially underrepresented groups in the tech industry. Whether you’re a founder, student, or just someone who wants to level up their career, we want Galvanize to be a welcoming, inclusive place where you can take the next step in your journey. (Pioneer Square)
GeekWire List of Startup Spaces – The Seattle region is home to many accelerators, incubators and co-working spaces that help startups get off the ground. Track them with this GeekWire list of Startup Spaces. (Seattle)
Kick Incubator – Your business incubator, here to help you through the difficult path from idea to started startup. Our mission is to help all the teams after the weekend entrepreneurship events, after the business plan competitions, aftergraduation, or any other stage of life when an entrepreneur realizes that some help could help. (Seattle)
KRNL Labs – A new technology incubator in Seattle focused on driving scenarios that leverage Big Data and Machine Learning technologies. (Seattle)
Madrona Venture Labs – From napkin to traction, Madrona Venture Labs creates meaningful companies from scratch. We’re hackers and designers who believe in the transformational potential of a great product. Life’s short, so lifestyle plays aren’t our thing. We sign up customers until we have irrefutable traction (or we kill the idea). We’re backed by Madrona Venture Group and can help secure the best financing partners. We hire unrecruitable talent to lead our companies. Downtown Seattle)
McKinstry Innovation Center – The creative act— seeing old problems from a new angle, adjusting to and being open to change—lies at the heart of innovation. But innovation is not a final destination; it’s a journey as much as a process. And it’s a promise too, because it represents infinite possibilities just beyond on the horizon. (Seattle)
Pioneer Square Labs – We provide the idea, meaningful traction, funding from day one, and access to partnerships with many of the world’s best venture firms and angel investors. (Pioneer Square)
SURF Incubator – Supporting all stages of startup entrepreneurs as well as large companies needing a Seattle satellite location. (Downtown Seattle)
The Collaboratory – A social change incubator. Our mission is to create an instrument of transformation that provides space and programs specifically designed to create community and equip change-makers. The Collaboratory is housed in a multi-use complex that incorporates four unique spaces: the mixing chamber, the coworking office, the learning kitchen, and the community park & garden. (Seattle)
The Data Incubator – a Cornell-funded data science training organization. We run a free advanced 8-week fellowship (think data science bootcamp) for PhDs looking to enter industry. A variety of innovative companies partner with The Data Incubator for their hiring and training needs, including LinkedIn, Genentech, Capital One, Pfizer, and many others. The program is free for admitted Fellows – see the FAQ for more information. (Seattle, New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Boston New, Washington DC, or online)
WeWork Labs – Provides the community, education, connections, and mentorship to help anyone take the startup path and grow with us. We partner with local incubators and accelerators to provide holistic, long-term support for startups throughout their journey. Above all, we believe in humanizing the startup process, encouraging inclusivity and diversity, and connecting people to one another.
WeWork Labs is for-pay and will partner with you for as long as you need. We do not take equity in member companies, and pricing is dependent on your country, city, and location. WeWork Labs fits a wide variety of early stages, including pre-accelerator and post-accelerator. We’re your long-term partner and friend. (Downtown Seattle)
William Factory Small Business Incubator – Created in 1986 to help new businesses in East Tacoma as a way to improve living and working conditions. We house over 40 companies in specialty trade construction, applied technologies and business services. Our companies take pride in the quality of their products, and look forward to serving customer needs. (Tacoma)