Tech takes second at OEN’s Angel Oregon: Tellagence garners $94k

Another Angel Oregon—the Oregon Entrepreneur Network’s (OEN) annual competition for Angel investment—has come and gone. And when the dust cleared? One of the few tech companies in the running landed in second place.

That’s right. Tellagence, a tool that helps folks analyze and manage social media, garnered more $94,000 in funding. Pending due diligence, of course.

I don’t know who won first. I kind of start trailing off when people aren’t talking about tech. I have tunnel vision. So sue me.


“OEN’s Angel Oregon 2012 was a tremendous success; with a record $344,000 in angel investment raised from a record number of angels participate in the investment award.,” said Shelley Gunton OEN’s Angel Oregon 2012 program chair, in a press release. “Congratulations to all of the entrepreneurs and their companies who competed and took part in OEN’s Angel Oregon.”

Is it just me or are you looking forward to Matt Hixson‘s next video, too?

For more information, see the announcement from OEN’s Angel Oregon.

  1. M. Edward (Ed) Borasky April 19, 2012 at 11:18 pm

    Awesome! Congratulations!

  2. Thanks for the post Rick. We are happy to represent the tech community in the Angel Oregon process. It was a good day.

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