Affiliates

University of Washington:

The College of Engineering is more than a center of learning and home to some of the world’s most advanced research; it’s a diverse community of innovators and inventors.

The mission of UW C4C is to extend the impact of University of Washington research through the creation of partnerships that encourage investment in innovation.

The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship was created in 1991 to inspire entrepreneurial thinking and provide the resources that enable University of Washington students and faculty to bring their entrepreneurial ambitions to life.

The Biotech Club’s mission is to provide the opportunity for current students to explore the roles of MBA graduates in health science and medical technology-based companies, while building a strong relationship between the UW Business School and the local biotech/biomedical community.

The Entreprenuership Network (EN) was formed to provide a venue for student entrepreneurs and innovators to share their new venture ideas, develop business plans, and network with Northwest entrepreneurs.

Greater Seattle Area:

Life Science Washington is an independent, non-profit trade association serving the life sciences industry in the state of Washington. As the center of influence for Washington state life sciences, we advocate for positive public policy and private investment, bring together research institutions, investors and entrepreneurs to grow our economic sector, and create healthier communities.

Washington Technology Industry Association is the largest statewide association of technology companies and executives in the world.

Outside Seattle:

The BASES goal is to build the next generation of entrepreneurs by facilitating networking, discussion, education, and hands-on experience.

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