Tag Archive: Seattle

International Geocaching Day: Brew Kids On The Block

For a second year, Washington’s Glen Silvers (GC handle: valleyAGs47) volunteered to be our lackey at this year’s Groundspeak Block Party.

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Meet The New Face At Groundspeak

Groundspeak has new uber-expert on its payroll now … Michelle Broderick, formerly of San Francisco-based private-driver service Uber, has just been named as the Seattle company’s head of marketing.  According to a post on GeekWire, “the marketing whiz who was promoted to a new role at Uber four months ago” has left the heavily-funded venture …

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Another Chip Off The Old Block (Party)

Phew! It’s Not About The Numbers has finally caught up with Groundspeak’s Bryan Roth for his thoughts on this year’s Block Party. Between the company’s annual shindig (GC38J9N) and WSGA Going APE … At The Tunnel Of Light Mega event (GC3C7HK), Roth (GC handle: Bryan) says the weekend of August 18-19 was super-busy – “super …

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Your Launch Pad To The Lilypad

Ever wanted a personal tour of Groundspeak HQ by co-founder Bryan Roth? Now’s your chance, at least virtually. Popular tech website GeekWire has just released the second installment in its new Launch Pad video series, profiling “the Seattle company in the middle of the geocaching boom”. Roth (GC handle: Bryan) begins his tour of Groundspeak’s …

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Speaking Of Ground-Breaking Stuff …

Groundspeak’s moving on up in the world – or at least a little sideways. And if the photograph above of the company’s new lobby is anything to judge by, its latest digs are pretty flash. According to its Latitude 47 blog, about 60 lackeys spent last Tuesday packing up their desks and loading boxes to shift Groundspeak …

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Groundspeak: A Hot Seattle Startup You Need To Watch

  Groundspeak has been included in the The 14 Hot Seattle Startups You Need To Watch at Business Insider. this Seattle company is the owner of Geocaching.com, the official hub for the game. And in case you’re prone to dismiss it as some weirdo trend, the site notes that there are more than 5 million active …

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