Want to see what’s been cooking at PIE? Come to PIE Demo Day, January 17

A little over three months ago, a group of aspiring entrepreneurs joined in an experiment called PIE, the Portland Incubator Experiment. After three months of mucking, mentoring, and molding, these eight startups are prepared to take the stage and launch their companies, on January 17.

And you’re invited join them.

A little over two years ago, entrepreneurs, technologists and Wieden+Kennedy partnered to create the Portland Incubator Experiment (PIE). This coworking space housed Urban Airship (more than $20 million in funding), AppFog (nearly $10 million in funding), the development team for Simple (more than $13 million in funding), and a host of other startups. This year, PIE has taken that learning and created an accelerator program for promising early stage startups.

With several companies already generating significant investor interest, this is your chance to see PIE’s eight tech startups unveiled!

Sound interesting? PIE still has a few open seats for Demo Day if you’d like to hear the startup stories, firsthand.

[Editor’s note: Full disclosure: I work for PIE, so I may be a little exuberant.]

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