Entries by thinkspace

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How to Deliver a Compelling Pitch for Angel Investment

Last night Rachel Azaroff of Alliance of Angels stopped by our Seattle space to help some of our members prepare for successful angel investing pitches. She pointed out it’s a different animal pitching to an angel investor vs. pitching to a venture capitalist, so it’s important to be prepared. Angel investors aren’t professional investors representing a […]

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“What’s a coworking?”: Thoughts from a panelist at StepNW’s Spotlight on Startups for the Eastside

“…Is this thing on?” At StepNW’s event in Bellevue on Tuesday night, I had the opportunity to sit on a panel in the company of fellow coworking representatives from Orange Studios, extraSlice, and Impact Hub. Picture a room full of entrepreneurs, executives looking to find their perfect startup match, community representatives, creatives, and resident experts on […]


Welcome to the Team Kim & Nikki!

  This spring has been an exciting time for the thinkspace team, and we are delighted to introduce our most recent additions: Nikki Barron, Marketing Manager and Kim Pua, Member Coordinator. Here is your chance to get to know them a little better!   Favorite weekday lunch spot? KIM: Sip Thai Bistro. Everything I’ve had […]


How Do I Get Started Growth Hacking My Startup?

I recently had the opportunity to attend a General Assembly Seattle presentation on growth hacking tech startups by growth hacking pioneer Nik Badminton. Nik is a self-described “recovering management consultant, ad man” author, futurist and the current Regional Director at Freelancer, the world’s largest freelancing, outsourcing and crowdsourcing marketplace. Freelancer was founded in 2004 and is […]

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Seattle Startup Week | Angel investor Andy Liu illustrates the importance of building rhythms

By 1:00 pm on October 23, the day of his Seattle Startup Week presentation, Andy Liu, local dream investor and CEO of BuddyTV, had already been in contact with four prospective customers. According to Andy, his number one job is to sell. “You know what? As CEO, sales is actually my number one job. Sales to […]

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Seattle Startup Week | Russell Benaroya talks night runs and how to ease the loneliness of entrepreneurship

Last week, thinkspace and Seattle Startup Week, with help from Russell Benaroya (co-founder and CEO of EveryMove) and Andy Liu (angel investor and CEO of BuddyTV), took over the incredible space that Graham & Dunn occupies on the Seattle downtown waterfront. For twenty three minutes, we had the opportunity to bounce around inside Russell’s mind. Russell opened his presentation […]