Tag: Awards

Think you’ve got an innovative startup? Portland Business Journal wants to hear about it

Part of the challenge of running a startup is making sure that people — potential customer, mentors, employees — now about it. And there’s no better way to put your company on the map than to win an award. Even if you nominate yourself. So why not take a few minutes to throw your hat in the ring for the Portland Business Journal Small Business Innovation Awards 2017?

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It's time to light the lights: GeekWire seeks nominees for their annual GeekWire Awards

Building a company is hard. And—for the vast majority of folks—relatively thankless. So when there’s an opportunity for Portland startups to get some recognition for their hard work? I think they should take it. And there’s no better opportunity to be recognized on the big stage than the annual GeekWire Awards. Read More

Oregon Technology Awards names Cloudability "Startup of the Year"

Last week, the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) held their annual Oregon Technology Awards, an event designed to recognize the achievements of tech companies here in Oregon. Portland’s Cloudability walked away with the honors as “Startup of the Year.” Read More

What do you want… a medal? Oh. Well then consider submitting your social media company or project for the SoMe Awards

I know, I know. Many of you slog through the inhumane trenches of social media. Day in and day out. Unrecognized and unheralded. All but ignored. But the folks at the SoMe Awards—a celebration of the most outstanding efforts in social media—are on your side. And they want you to win. Read More

If you love Elemental Technologies, lend your vote to the Streaming Media Readers' Choice awards

We know that Portland-based Elemental Technologies—the second fastest growing software company in the US—is doing some amazing work. But not everyone does. So if you’d like to help change that, here’s a really good opportunity to do so. Read More

Portland startups gain international acclaim: Urban Airship wins big at CTIA

When it comes to the wireless industry, CTIA is one of the biggest shows. And a local Portland company was just recognized as one of the most promising new technologies.

Urban Airship has been named the “Best Emerging Mobile Marketing & Advertising Solution” at CTIA. Read More

Who has social media chops? Find out at the SoMe Awards

It’s that time of year again. Time to roll out the red carpet. And to bestow an award or two upon deserving folks in the world of social media.

That’s right. The SoMe Awards are back for their 4th year. Read More

You’re all Webtastic and visionary, right? Right. So submit your entry for the 2011 Webvisionary Awards

My, my, my how time flies. It seems like just last year I was badgering you guys to submit your entries to the Webvisionary Awards 2010. And now? That’s right. I’m badgering you to submit your entries to the Webvisionary Awards 2011.

Why? Because if you’re good enough and smart enough and the judges like you, you could take the stage and go home with a robot during WebVisions, this year. Read More

GadgetTrak recognized at International CTIA WIRELESS 2011 Emerging Tech Awards

While it’s always great to recognize what startups are doing in Portland, it’s much nicer when those local startups are recognized by people outside the area. And there’s no better place than major tradeshows. Like the CTIA show, for example.

Local startup ActiveTrak walked away from the show with a CTIA WIRELESS 2011 Emerging Tech Award for GadgetTrak, placing third in the “Productivity, Utility and Public Safety” category. A notable achievement indeed, especially considering the world stage. Read More

How cool are you? Nominations for the TechAmerica Oregon TechAwards Cool Product of the Year are now open

[HTML1]Now, I know. You’re not building what you’re building to go out and seek awards. But let’s be honest. What you’re doing? It’s pretty damn cool. And people deserve to know about it.

So why not take a chance with the folks from TechAmerica Oregon and nominate your product as the Oregon TechAwards “Cool Product of the Year”? You can, you know? Right now. Read More

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