When it comes to startups, a lot of companies tend to focus on consumers or commercial businesses. But what about providing services for nonprofits?
It seems that these days everyone is publishing video to the Web. But just because they can, doesn’t always mean that the should. And honestly, sometimes it’s just harder than it should be.
It’s been a while since we’ve touched base with a fitness startup. So it seemed time to get ourselves in shape.
As Portland revels in the makings of a tech startup renaissance, one of the companies leading the charge has been Urban Airship. Over two and half years, UA has grown from “four guys around a desk” to nearly 100 employees with offices in Portland and San Francisco.
Portland and mobile go quite well together, as has been proven by any number of successful efforts around here. And a small but growing part of that local mobile market is gaming.
While there’s a ton of awesome tech startup activity in Portland, there are also a bunch of other interesting startups in town. At Meet the Startup, we like to take a look at all of them.
It’s been a bit of departure from startups, but chatting with Portland’s mayoral candidates has been an interesting sidebar. And hopefully valuable for those entrepreneurs looking to choose a candidate who reflects their ideals.
Rounding out our third interview with the candidates, Meet the Startup sat down with Charlie Hales, to get his views on Portland, his previous experience, and what he sees as the future of our fair town. Read More