The Innovate Washington Foundation (IWF) is a nonprofit organization focused on growing the innovation-based economic sectors of the state.
The Innovation Assets section connects innovators with an extensive network of key organizations, businesses, and resources that are specifically curated to support health care innovation.
- Search for key information related to current health care trends to stay on top of this dynamic industry
- Identify talent, funding best practices, new space, and networking opportunities in the Community Assets section
- Explore the Entrepreneurial Resources section to access business development and funding assets
Unity is a great game engine for creating 2D and 3D video games and interactive digital content on PC, Mac, iOS, Android, and consoles.
The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program is a highly competitive program that encourages domestic small businesses to engage in Federal Research/Research and Development (R/R&D) that has the potential for commercialization.
The AMA’s Digital Health Implementation Playbook packages the key steps, best practices and resources to accelerate the adoption of these and other digital health innovations and helps physicians extend care beyond the exam room.
Iinnovate Leadership Network provides tools, educational resources, thought leadership, and a network of professionals that can help your business succeed.
Click on the link below to check out the slide deck outlining business plan objectives, core business plan components, how to get started and a case study, courtesy of Matt Holman, Camber Collective.
Innovation asset from Brian Scarpelli, Senior Global Policy Counsel, Connected Health Initiativee, presented at HIMSS19.
MD Clarity’s CEO, Mike Albainy’s top resources to read while developing your company’s value proposition.
The Cambia Grove Interoperability Summit: Empowering Consumers with Data was a two-day event that provided attendees with access to local and national health, tech and policy stakeholders.
The word "Keiretsu" stands for a strong collaborative group, the culture in which our forum thrives. Founded in 2000, Keiretsu Forum is the world’s largest angel investor network with over 2,500 accredited investor members throughout over 50 chapters on three continents.
The Emerging Growth and Venture Capital practice at K&L Gate
We are the largest and most active angel group in the Pacific Northwest. Each year, we invest $10M+ into 20+ companies. Since 1997, we have invested $100M+ into 200+ companies and celebrated 40+ exits generating more than a billion dollars of returns.
CoMotion Labs, part of CoMotion, provides a multi-industry labs system hosting startups inside and outside the UW community in IT, Engineering, Life Sciences, Medical Devices, Clean Tech and AR/VR. We average between 60 to 90 startups in our incubators at any given time.
We are a venture fund with founders at heart.
We like early. Like, early early. Pre-seed, Seed, and Series A.
The Pacific Northwest's Seed-Stage Venture Fund. Built by founders, funded by founders, and designed to put founders first.
Techstars is the global ecosystem that helps entrepreneurs build great businesses. Includes venture capital arm.
SVP Fast Pitch highlights and propels social innovation in the Greater Puget Sound region and beyond. Innovators tackling local and societal challenges are paired with business and community leaders who help them powerfully communicate their story and accelerate impact.