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Meet the Startup: Portland’s next mayor

Given that it’s ballot day in Portland and we know you’ve been busy working on your startup, we thought we’d rerun the mayoral episodes of Meet the Startup.

That way, you get to meet the candidates and it serves as reminder to get your ballot submitted. Win win. Read More

Political party: Mayoral candidate Eileen Brady celebrates the Portland startup scene

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times: Given Portland’s aggressive humility, we often fail to do an adequate job of celebrating our startup successes. But that—happily—is beginning to change.

Now, mayoral candidate Eileen Brady would like to help the Portland startup scene celebrate. And you’re invited. Read More

Getting political: Meet the Portland entrepreneurs who endorse Eileen Brady for mayor

For an industry that has remained largely removed from the political scene, this morning’s news is as groundbreaking as some of the solutions these folks are building.

Today Eileen Brady announced that four prominent Portland entrepreneurs—Josh Friedman, Nitin Khanna, Scott Kveton, and Chris Logan—have endorsed Brady in her bid for mayor of Portland. Read More

Meet the Startup: Portland mayoral candidate Eileen Brady

Some people have said that a political campaign is much like a startup. And so, we’re taking the opportunity to talk to folks who are throwing their hat in the ring for the Portland mayor’s race.

We start with Eileen Brady, an entrepreneur in her own right, and talk to her about her campaign, Portland, and the future of our startup scene. Read More

Portland’s next mayor: A tale of the social network tape

So the Portland mayoral race is starting to move into the next phase, with the candidates coming off of the first formal debate, this week.

Having candidates debating always leads me to wonder… How are those conversations happening online? And what sort of sway do Eileen Brady, Charlie Hales, and Jefferson Smith hold in terms of social networks? Read More

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