While admittedly there are any number of resources that share the stories of entrepreneurs, the voice of those stories is decidedly homogenous. So when I get the chance to share a story that’s not part of the homogeneity — or when I get the chance to use the word “homogeneity” in a post — I’m going to do it. Like the story of Sylvia Salazar, the Latina founder of TonoLatino.
It’s a work in progress. And, like many startups, you’re getting in on the ground floor. Honestly, I’m just happy to see Portland founders sharing their stories. And I’m really interested to see where this goes.
Also, get a good lawyer, founders.
[Full disclosure: TonoLatino is part of the current class of PIE. I am the cofounder and general manager of PIE.]