Tag: accelerators

Startup accelerators are even more important than ever

I’m hearing from a lot of founders that can’t make the commitment to be part of a startup accelerator program. Because it seems like another thing on their plate. Another stressor. Another obligation. And I get it. People are dealing with a lot right now. More than a lot. And this fall is only going to get messier. So why take the chance of applying for a startup accelerator?

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Speaking of mentors and accelerators, First Round Fast Track applications are open

Looking for some intensive mentorship? Well if traditional accelerator programs don’t fit the bill, you might consider exploring this offering from First Round, one of the premier early stage venture capital funds. It’s called First Round Fast Track. And applications are currently open.

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Curious about the differences among incubators, accelerators, and coworking?

In the startup world, people use a lot of buzzwords. And often assume that folks know what they’re talking about. But the problem with buzzwords is that it’s not entirely clear what they mean. Or how fairly similar offerings differ from one another. That’s why OEN is holding a PubTalk this Wednesday on coworking, incubators, and accelerators and how they differ.

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The more, the merrier: Gorge Bootcamp and Roseburg's RAIN look to help Oregon startups

While I spend a great deal of my time focused on the Portland startup scene. I’m always happy to see other resources helping entrepreneurs around Oregon. Especially when those resources crop up in areas that are currently underserved but ripe with potential. Read More

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