Seattle cloud startup Scope 5 raises $500,000 to track sustainability data

Seattle cloud startup Scope 5 raises $500,000 to track sustainability data

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New Seattle startup Scope 5 has scooped up $500,000 in angel financing, money that it will use to build out its cloud-based service for tracking sustainability data. Funding was provided in part by the Northwest Energy Angels. “Increasingly companies are connecting the social value of emissions reductions with the business value...
Seattle cloud startup Scope 5 raises $500,000 to track sustainability data
                                     

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