The Portland nonprofit organization focused expressly on supporting women entrepreneurs with business education and peer support, XXcelerate, has announced the hiring of a new Programs Manager for the organization.Read More
Attracting growth stage talent: Cozy hires Twitter and Medium alum as VP of Product
One of the consistent complaints among startups in Portland—aside from ever present gripes about capital—is the lack of talent. Often, it’s a lament that while there is a ton of early stage experience in town, we’re lacking in growth stage talent or later stage talent. But that’s starting to change. As is evidenced by the latest hire at Cozy, a veteran of both Twitter and Medium. Read More
Portland startup Little Bird continues to secure experienced talent
It’s always a good sign when Portland startups are starting to attract executives with a wealth of experience. We’ve seen the trend growing with companies like Puppet Labs, Cedexis, and Little Bird. But Little Bird isn’t done yet. They have just added Carmen Hill from Babcock & Jenkins as their Director of Marketing. Read More
Labor Day weekend means jobs, gigs, and Portland people for hire
It’s the eve of Labor Day weekend. So what better time to think about work? Work work work.
What? No wait! Don’ go running away. I’m not asking you to do work. I’m just taking an opportunity to tell you about the awesome jobs, gigs, and people available on the Silicon Florist Job and Gig board. Read More
What down economy? Five Portland startups looking to hire developers and technical talent
highlighting the fact that there are five Portland-area startup or startup-ish companies—and all companies for whom I would love to work—looking to hire some technical talent. Right now.
[HTML1]Anyone who reads Silicon Florist on a regular basis may quickly come to the conclusion that I have something nice to say about practically anything going on in the Portland startup scene. And yes, that conclusion is probably correct. So if I’ve got something nice to say about every little thing then why should a supposedly sour economy be any different? I mean, I can find something nice to say about it, right?
Or maybe I can just dodge the question by highlighting the fact that there are five Portland-area startup or startup-ish companies—and all companies for whom I would love to work—looking to hire some technical talent. Right now. Read More