While it’s still a rarity, it’s always interesting to see Portland companies acquiring other companies. Especially when they’re other companies in town. We’ve seen it before with Cloudability acquiring RipFog. And now, we’re seeing Jama make a similar move in acquiring Notion.
It’s always nice when companies who have had a successful exit use their good fortune to continue building the startup community in Portland. And that’s exactly what CrowdCompass is looking to do with Little Oregon Laboratory. Read More
Portland Lunch 2.0 is back—and more popular than ever. We saw proof of that last Thursday at CrowdCompass. Over 270 people signed up through the Meetup page and we had 200+ walk through our office. It was a great turnout, and we were happy to host. Read More
Jama Software restarted Portland Lunch 2.0 with a huge crowd. And now CrowdCompass is opening their doors to welcome the Portland startup scene to lunch. And if you’re interested, they would love to have you join them next Thursday, December 6. Read More
Investing time and money in Portland mobile development continues to become a better and better proposition. Especially with today’s news. Portland’s CrowdCompass—a company which makes mobile apps for events—has been acquired for $10 million by Cvent. Read More
So you’ve convinced friends and family to invest. You’ve had an Angel or two contribute to your efforts. And you’re driving a little revenue. What next?
Well, Oregon Angel Fund could be just the thing your startup needs. And they just so happen to be taking applications. Read More
It’s always nice to have your investors highlighting the fact that that they’re putting money into your company.
And that’s why it was great to see the Keiretsu Forum Northwest championing their investment in a couple of Oregon tech startups, 4-tell and CrowdCompass. Read More
This year has been a great year for funding for Portland startups. What’s more, it’s been a year where local investors have felt comfortable beginning to participate in some of that funding.
Today, we get to add another win to the list. CrowdCompass has announced a $1.3 million funding round, $600k of which came from Oregon Angel Fund. Read More
Events. We all attend them. We all try to get the most out of them. But honestly, when was the last time you really got anything out of your mobile experience at an event?
Well, Portland-based CrowdCompass is hoping to change that. By making the mobile experience at events more relevant, more complete, and more engaging. Read More