Meet our InnoVentures 2020 finalists and judges!
Here’s to 2019! Let’s take a moment to look back on our best year yet of empowering entrepreneurs with limited resources and unlimited potential.
JP Morgan Chase funded the expansion of Ventures commercial kitchen, pop-up, and gift show programs.
Curious about Ventures first-ever policy proposal? Our "tamale bill" would legalize home cooking and create a place in the formal economy for our early-stage food entrepreneurs.
Ventures and King County Metro have partnered together to help make your commute a little easier.
Making a donation one way you can advocate for a more equitable society. Your gift says that you care whether or not your neighbor can make ends meet.
Workshops, one-on-one business coaching, resources, networking, and more for local small business owners with less than 10 employees.
Ventures and The Riveter are hosting a happy hour and panel discussion with LGBTQ+ founders on how they built their businesses on June 25th.
"I worked in the industry for several years as a mechanic and hated what I saw. People were taken advantage of and lied to...I loved fixing cars but couldn’t stay in an industry with this landscape so I quit…and started daydreaming about how I could do it better."
How do we use the SBA to help small businesses? Since 2000, we've approved 567 SBA loans to entrepreneurs who have thin credit files, low-credit scores, or can't access traditional loans through a bank.
How has our advocacy increased access and reduced barriers for Ventures entrepreneurs? Where have we fallen short? What are other ways that we can make a positive impact in our community?