Nori, a Seattle startup that sells carbon credits to individuals and businesses to offset carbon emissions, raised $7 million in a Series A round led by M13. Toyota Ventures, the VC arm of Toyota, also invested. Founded in 2017, Nori’s blockchain-based model pays farmers to use verifiable, sustainable practices that store carbon dioxide. Nori is led by CEO and co-founder Paul Gambill.
Seattle startup Qumulo lays off 80 employees, CEO cites economic conditions and reaching profitability – GeekWire
(Qumulo Photo) Seattle-based data storage provider Qumulo laid off about 80 employees Wednesday, or roughly 19% of its staff, in...Read more