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Meet the Startup: Comparing notes with Revisu

Designers spend thousands of dollars on software and thousands of hours developing beautiful pieces of work. But then they have to rely on thousands of emails and thousands of file revisions to finish their projects.

Revisu thought there had to be a better way. For both the designer and the client. Read More

Meet the Startup: Meet a whole bunch of Portland Seed Fund startups

Usually, Meet the Startup introduces you to one startup. This week? You’re getting a whole bunch. Because last week, we attended the Demo Day for the Portland Seed Fund. And we’re sharing our highlight reel from the event with you.

So grap a cup of coffee and take a few moments to get a quick look at the eight new Portland startups that launched from Portland Seed Fund. Read More

Meet the Startup: Getting the history of Paleo Plan

Sometimes, Meet the Startup has to branch out a little. Ever so slightly. And Paleo Plan provides a great opportunity to do so in two ways: 1) It’s more about the solution than the tech and 2) It’s a startup that has staff in both Portland and Boulder, Colorado.

Never heard of the Paleo diet? Well, you’ll get to learn a little bit about that too. Read More

Meet the Startup: Get the behind the scenes on MoPix

When it comes to making a film, there’s a lot of awesome content that never makes it to the consumer. Historically, special edition DVDs had the ability to deliver that content to people who wanted it.

But what about now when we’ve got devices like iPhones and iPads that let us consume video content whenever we want, wherever we are? Enter MoPix. Read More

Meet the Startup: Discovering more details about Geoloqi

For many developers and consumers in Portland, geolocation falls near and dear to their hearts. Whether it’s hacking maps, working with GPS, or using open data to provide interesting details about locations.

And when it comes to Portland startups, no one is more invested in geolocation technology than Geoloqi, a platform that allows any developer to add geolocation functionality to their apps. Read More

Meet the Startup: Getting acquainted with the Oregon Entrepreneurs Network (OEN)

Sometimes, Meet the Startup needs to branch out a bit. To talk to the folks who help make Meet the Startup happen. And to chat with the organizations who are helping entrepreneurs.

This is one of those weeks. Take a few moments to get to know Linda Weston from the Oregon Entrepreneurs Network (OEN) and learn more about their efforts to support Oregon’s startups. Read More

Meet the Startup: Working out the details on Journey Gym

There are a bunch of startup folks doing awesome things in Portland. And they’re often Web or mobile or ethereal. What about the hardware? The physical products?

Well, here’s one company that’s got physical in droves. It’s a piece of hardware—that’s a gym. Get it? Physical AND physical. Meet Journey Gym. Read More

Meet the Startup: Learning a little bit about DailyPath

So many of you are busy. Really busy. But that doesn’t mean you don’t want to learn new things. Right? I mean, right? Of course. We all do. But how do you wedge that into your schedule?

Well, that’s why there’s DailyPath. DailyPath takes learning and breaks it into small incremental steps that allow you to do something every day that gets you closer to learning something new and meaningful. Read More

Meet the Startup: Getting more details from ARM Insight and CardPower

Sometimes, startups see two opportunities: one for a consumer market (B2C) and one for other businesses (B2B). That’s what happened with Portland startup ARM Insight. They’ve got a B2C play called CardPower and a white label B2B play through ARM Insight.

Dan Afrasiabi sat down with Meet the Startup to give us the story on how they’re powering the “daily deal” industry. Read More

Meet the Startup: Connecting with CPUsage

I know you. You’re working hard while you’re sitting at your computer. But what if your computer could be doing hard work for other hardworking folks while you’re away from the keyboard?

That’s the question that CPUsage is answering. It’s kind of like AirBnB or Second Porch for your latent processing power. Read More

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