- 7 years ago

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Seattle-based Founder’s Co-op is encouraging Seattle-based startups to apply for up to $250,000 in early-stage funding.
A community of early-stage entrepreneurs themselves, Founder’s Co-op investors include Neil Patel, an internet marketing consultant actively promoting the application process on his blog.
The Founder’s Co-op invests in small, efficient teams offering software or web-based services. The Founder’s Co-op recently raised $1.8 million from sucessful entrepreneurs, and are looking to dole it out to startups either based in or moving to Seattle.

“We believe founders form a natural community an actively foster that community to reduce risk and add fun for everyone.”