You’ve got good ideas. You’ve got elegant code. And you’ve got the next killer app. But what you could really use is some capital to make a real go of it.
That’s where funding comes into play. Oregon Entrepreneur Network understands.
So rather than make you come right out and beg, they have their own little Thunderdome for funding called Seed Oregon:
Nine presenting companies will be selected to compete in the Seed Oregon tournament. Each will have 10 minutes to present their concept to the PubTalk audience, followed by a 10 minute Q&A session. Three companies will compete at each of the the preliminary rounds, with the audience voting for the winning presentations to move to the championship round. The Angel Oregon Selection Committee will serve as judges for the championship round.
The competition is restricted to companies in the Portland metropolitan area who are currently seeking a seed round that is less than $2 million.
If you match those requirements and you’re interested in a little “two man enter one man leave,” consider sending in an application. The first round entry deadline is August 31, 2007.