The GeekWire Awards, on May 8, 2014, in Seattle celebrated the top technologies, people and companies in Pacific Northwest in 2014 — but we started by putting everything in a much broader historical context. The team at Killer Infographics created this motion graphic for the event, in collaboration with GeekWire, tracing the roots of innovation in the Seattle region from the early days of UPS and Boeing up through Microsoft and Amazon and more newer public tech companies including Zillow and Zulily.
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