Christy Johnson shares valuable insights from a survey of Seattle start-ups.
Most Seattle startups are very focused on the data—they rely heavily on data to drive product decisions. Seattle is home to Amazon and Microsoft, which have leveraged data to succeed in everything from retail, to cloud computing, software development and artificial intelligence. But it’s also home to non-technology companies like Starbucks, that are operating like technology companies and utilizing data to make their core business decisions.
Visionary technology companies like Apple, Facebook, Uber and Google are establishing outposts in the Pacific Northwest (PNW)
Talent from Silicon Valley is migrating to the PNW because we have these innovative tech companies and a quality of life/cost of living that’s better than Silicon Valley
The PNW has consistently been criticized for not talking about social issues like race—and Silicon Valley companies have begun sharing diversity statistics with their communities, but few Seattle companies have followed suit
To understand what these facts meant for our startups culture, we surveyed more than 315+ employees at start-ups (defined as companies with fewer than 250 employees) in the Seattle area about their experience.
Read the results, including:
- The issue diversity
- Gender equality
- What you can do
Read the full article, The Seattle Startup Survey Results are in…, on the Artemis Connection website.