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Madrona vs. Ignition: Take an inside look at two very different venture strategies

SEATTLE — Madrona Venture Group is behind some of the Puget Sound region’s biggest deals of the year. From Apptio’s $96 million initial public offering in September, Apple’s $200 million acquisition of Seattle startup Turi in August and Impinj’s $67.2 million IPO in July, the firm's latest wins underscore how important it is to have strong venture firms investing in the region.
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