October 4th, 2013

Another moment in the sun for Portland’s Cloudability

Another moment in the sun for Portland’s Cloudability

Portland-based Cloudability has recently received local recognition for their company and their cofounder and CEO Mat Ellis. Now, they’re getting a little national attention. The Wharton School just named them one of the 15 best young companies for which to work.

Cloudability was among 15 companies included on the new list compiled by workplace design firm turnstone and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Cloudability was the only Portland company on the list.

Hundreds of companies were evaluated. The top 15, which you can view here, were selected based on business goals/societal impact, leadership, positive culture and workspace design, and success potential.

As luck would have it, Cloudability just completed an interview with This Week In Startups, as well.

[Full disclosure: Cloudability is a PIE alum. I am the cofounder and general manager of PIE.]

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2 Responses to “Another moment in the sun for Portland’s Cloudability”

  1. Jmartens says:

    I say they are one of the 15 best for any type of company, not just the young ones!

  2. It must be the Kombucha on tap. Congrats folks.

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