Seattle 2.0 Startup Award finalists announced

Posted by Rob Lewis
Seattle 2.0 announced the finalists of their upcoming Seattle 2.0 Awards today and the list is literally the who's who of the local startup community.
After the public nominations, we went through a painful process of reviewing all the 2,000 nominees and then presenting all the candidates to the panel of 30 people, including CEOs, Angel Investors, VCs, Service Providers and bloggers from Seattle. The panel did a phenomenal job in such short period of time and the finalists have emerged.
Best Startup
Best Boot-strapped Startup
Best Startup CEO
  • Andy Liu - CEO and co-founder of BuddyTV
  • Glenn Kelman - CEO of Redfin
  • Jonathan Sposato - CEO of Picnik
  • Matt Hulett - CEO of mPire/Widgetbucks
Best Startup Technologist
  • Chris Hahn - CTO and co-founder of Appature
  • Greg Harrison - CTO and co-founder of mPire/Widgetbucks
  • Joe Heitzeberg - VP of Engineering of WhitePages
  • Nat Brown - CTO of iLike
Best Startup Product Designer
  • Jenny Lam - Co-founder at Jackson Fish Market
  • Keith Harper - Art Director at Inkd
  • Peter Roman - Lead Designer at Picnik
Best Venture Capitalist
  • Bill Bryant - Draper Fisher Jurvetson
  • Bill McAleer - Voyager Capital
  • Matt McIlwain - Madrona Venture Group
  • Nick Hanauer - Second Avenue Partners
Best Angel Investor
  • Andy Sack
  • Bill Bryant
  • Geoff Entress
  • Mike Koss
Best Service Provider to Startups
  • Adam Philipp - Patent Attorney at AXIOS Law Group
  • Craig Sherman - Corporate Attorney at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
  • Shannon Swift - President & CEO of Swift HR Solutions
Best Blog from/about Startup
  • Startup Whisperer by Matt Hulett
  • TechFlash by John Cook
  • Xconomy Seattle by Greg Huang
Best Social Event for Startups
  • Ignite Seattle by Brady Forrest
  • Lunch 2.0 by Josh Maher
  • nPost Networking by Nathan Kaiser
  • Open Coffee by Andy Sack
Company:
Seattle 2.0
Website:
http://www.seattle20.com/
Location:
Seattle, Washington, United States

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Rob Lewis

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Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Techvibes.com.  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more



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