While running a startup can be difficult, sometimes the toughest step of all is simply getting started — or even knowing where to begin. For entrepreneurs who are struggling with some of those startup basics, there’s no better boot camp program than TiE XL Boot Camp still has a few spots left in its next class.Read More
Sometimes, the hardest part of a startup can be just knowing where to begin. And that’s why I’m so happy that there are local programs like TiE XL Bootcamp, a program designed to help folks figure out the early stages of their early stage companies. And as luck would have it, applications for their next class are still open. But you have to hurry. They close soon.Read More
It’s a question that has plagued every founder at one time or another: Will this idea actually work? And for many first time founders, getting to a credible answer to that question can be just as difficult as any part of the startup process. That’s why TiE Oregon offers the TiE XL Bootcamp, a 30-hour program designed to help entrepreneurs validate their product idea and get some of their early stage questions answered.
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
The days of spring are quickly transitioning into the days of summer. And that means there’s no better time than now for dragging a new crop of startups—kicking and screaming—through the intensive bootcamp mud in hopes of creating viable, sustainable, and profitable companies for Portland’s future.