Redfin, Bonanzle, TisBest Win Seattle 2.0 Awards

The second annual Seattle 2.0 Awards, a celebration of local software startups and tech entrepreneurs, took place in Seattle last night. Jonathan Sposato, the former CEO of Picnik (recently acquired by Google) gave the keynote talk. The award winners were Glenn Kelman of Redfin (best entrepreneur blog), Eric Koester from Cooley (best service provider to startups), Greg Gottesman of Madrona Venture Group (best venture capitalist), Rich Barton of Zillow (best startup CEO), Redfin (best startup), Jenny Lam of Jackson Fish Market (best startup designer), Ignite Seattle (best event for startups), Andy Liu (best angel investor), TisBest (best nonprofit startup), Scott Porad from Cheezburger Network (best startup technologist), and Bonanzle (best bootstrapped startup). Congratulations to all the nominees and winners.

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One response to “Redfin, Bonanzle, TisBest Win Seattle 2.0 Awards”

  1. qwerty says:

    I am a online shopper and enjoy spending my time and money at Bonanzle definitly family friendly and smart always great advice flowing around in the forums …thanks for the plug they deserve it