September 15th, 2007

TechCrunch40: Portland presentations?


TechCrunch40, the much sought after cotillion for 40 Web 2.0 startups devised by Mike Arrington of TechCrunch and Jason Calacanis of Mahalo, begins on Monday.

Given that the startups are shrouded in a veil of secrecy, we’ve no idea who will be launching their products at the event. But hopefully, we’ll see a few Portland-area shops at the coming-out party.

Are you in the know? Drop me a line and I’ll make sure you get coverage here. (Embargoed until after you’re on stage, of course.) Have some guesses? I’d love to hear them. In fact, I’m sure everyone would. Post a comment below.

All I can tell you, for sure, is that Kumquat isn’t launching there.

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Background that may help (or may not)

2 Responses to “TechCrunch40: Portland presentations?”

  1. not a Portland company, but a Portland native that started it: Userplane, now a division of AOL. FOunder and CEO is Mike Jones. He is a product of the UO Business school and a Lake Oswego High School grad.

  2. [...] high hopes, I had posted earlier this weekend, asking if anyone had a line on any Portland companies that might be participating in the much-anticipated [...]


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