Seattle 2.0 Awards: Which startup is the Next Tech Titan?

Seattle 2.0 Awards: Which startup is the Next Tech Titan?

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Today’s featured category in the Seattle 2.0 Startup Awards, Next Tech Titan, is about that inflection point in the life of a startup, where it reaches a higher level and really ceases to become a startup anymore. In other words, we’re asking for your powers of prediction in this category....
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