Category: Oregon

Rest in peace, Sara Batterby [Updated]

I received some incredibly sad news this morning. I wanted folks to be aware. A memorial site has been created to remember Sara.

How to get your COVID-19 vaccine in Oregon

With the eligibility for COVID-19 vaccines in Oregon continuing to expand, more and more folks in the Portland startup community should be eligible to get vaccinated. But how do you go about it? And what’s the easiest way to get your appointment scheduled?

Rachel Bell of Overcup Books has put together a cheat sheet of Oregon vaccination scheduling tips and tricks to ensure that the process is as smooth as possible.

Expensify launches a podcast

The folks at Expensify have a new pandemic side project, a podcast. Initial guests include Eric Ries of lean startup fame CJ McCollum of the Portland Trail Blazers.

Grab office hours with the newest Seed fund in town

If you’re interested in getting some one-on-one time with a local Seed stage fund, you’re in luck. Josh Carter, principle at 1859 Ventures, is holding office hours for interested startups on April 14, 2021.

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New free ebook: A Kids Book About Anti-Asian Hate

At the start of the pandemic, Portland startup A Kids Book About launched their first free ebook in an effort to help parents and kids talk about COVID-19. Now, they’ve released a new title as a free ebook in an effort to get conversations started about anti-Asian hate, written by Kim Pham.

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REMINDER: Virtual Portland Lunch 2.0, this Thursday

While the regularity of Portland Lunch 2.0 isn’t what it used to be, I’m hoping that the opportunity to connect with other folks in the Portland startup community is still a compelling reason to gather. That’s why I put another Portland Lunch 2.0 on the calendar for this week.

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Eddie Bauer is into The Dyrt

I approach this with a touch of nostalgia as I admit that my dad owned the Eddie Bauer edition of the Ford Bronco II back in the day. But that aside, it’s super interesting news that Portland startup The Dyrt has landed Eddie Bauer as an exclusive national partner.

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ConductorOne is the newest local player in identity management and security

For a while, I thought fintech was going to be the dominant industry in the Portland startup community. Now, I’m beginning to think that it may be identity management. And news like the reveal of new Portland startup ConductorOne only strengthens that opinion.

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Why did you sign up for Portland Startups Slack?

A few years back, I launched the Portland Startups Slack with the hopes of providing another venue for folks in the community to connect and support one another. As traffic tends to ebb and flow, I thought it might be a good time to survey folks as to whether it was still meeting their needs and expectations.

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Workfrom founder and CEO Darren Buckner recognized as a top remote CEO

It’s always nice to see Portland startups and community members getting the recognition they deserve. This time, it’s Darren Buckner, founder and CEO of Workfrom who was recognized as one of the top 25 remote CEOs.

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