TechBA Seattle has developed strategic partnerships with government agencies, local organizations and companies.
EnterpriseSeattle (formerly the Economic Development Council of Seattle and King County) is the public private economic development partnership representing King County and its 39 cities. Using their expertise, enterpriseSeattle’s business development managers provide confidential, free-of-charge information and assistance to businesses seeking to establish, expand or relocate to the region.
The City of Bellevue is the fifth largest city in Washington, with a population of about 120,000. It is located on the eastside of King County and is considered the high-tech and retail center of the Eastside.
Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle. The mission of the Trade Development Alliance is to promote Greater Seattle, including King, Snohomish, and Pierce Counties, as one of North America's premier international gateways and commercial centers. The Trade Alliance has developed a strategic promotion plan to enhance the identity of Greater Seattle in targeted world markets through marketing publications, trade missions, and other activities.
The Department of Commerce has the mission to grow and improve jobs in Washington State. Through its International Trade Program it aims to increase Washington State global competitiveness.
Washington Technology Center. Is a statewide economic development organization focused on technology and innovation.
The Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association is an independent non-profit trade association serving the life sciences industry in the State of Washington.
The US Mexico Chamber of Commerce, Northwest Chapter is a non-profit business organization composed of corporations, businesses, organizations, institutions, and individuals committed to promoting trade, tourism, and investment between the United States and Mexico by helping its members appreciate and bridge the two nations’ differences in their legal, regulatory and economic systems, and in their languages and cultures.