Often the easiest way to get connected to community isn’t paying to hear someone talk about it. Rather, It’s as simple and straightforward as taking the opportunity to engage in the community, firsthand. That’s why UpStart Collective is offering Portland startup founders the opportunity to cowork out of their space on Thursday, May 4, 2023 — for free.Read More
As a founder, I realize that you’re juggling a lot. That’s why I wanted to give you one last reminder about the event that Mark Grimes has organized for tomorrow, Tuesday, March 28, 2023. Because you will totally benefit from it. Not only will you get the chance to meet a bunch of startup support organizations in town, but you’ll also get the opportunity to meet other founders. It’s the PDX Founders Welcome Wagon.Read More
Whether you’ve been in Portland for a while but are new to startups or have been in startups for a while but are new to Portland or maybe you’re new to startups and Portland…. Whatever the case, we want to get you connected to the wealth of resources available to support you and the Portland startup community. And now, there’s a welcome wagon event designed to do just that.Read More
One of the few consistent morning startup events in town, Coffee w/ Co-Founders, is kicking off another year of connecting the community. And if you’re a founder — no matter what the stage of your startup — you’re invited to join the group to meet other folks who are building something new.Read More
For more, visit Portland Startups Slack.
If you’re a founder, you know. For all of the veneer and hype, it’s incredibly draining to be the founder of a startup — or any company for that matter. It’s lonely. It’s grueling. It’s emotionally and mentally challenging. And it’s nearly impossible to manage everything you have to do.Read More
It’s always nice to have investors from outside of town engaging with the Portland startup community. And Seattle’s Madrona Venture Group has been engaged in that sort of activity longer than most. Now, they’re interested in getting better connected with web3 startup community here in town. And ETH Portland seemed like a great opportunity to do so. That’s why they’re inviting web3 founders to lunch.Read More
For those of you early risers who are looking to get back to in-person events featuring interesting startup content, look no further than the upcoming Portland Business Journal Power Breakfast featuring Jelani Memory, founder and CEO of Portland’s A Kids Company About.Read More