More cash for Seattle startups: Local TiE network partners with Bay Area firm to create new fund

From left to right: Shelmina Abji, board member of TiE Seattle; Dianne O’Brien, chief of staff to Microsoft exec Peggy Johnson; Sharmilli Ghosh; president of TiE Seattle; and Maria Karaivanova, charter member TiE Seattle and principal at Madrona Venture Group.
More cash is available for Seattle startups and it’s coming from a familiar place.

TiE Seattle, a local non-profit startup group that helps entrepreneurs, has partnered with Bay Area-based venture capital firm Z5 Capital to create a new fund for Seattle B2B startups called the Z5 Catalyst Funding Initiative.

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