I’m always happy to see people giving back to startups. Especially when it’s a Portland startup. And that’s why I am especially psyched to hear that Portland startup and PIE and TechStars alum Stand In is the winner of Quick Left’s “Adopt a Startup” contest. Read More
Start the new year off right… err left: Quick Left offers to adopt a seed stage startup for a month of free software development
You’ve heard me say it a million times: development talent is hard to find. So when you get the chance to get a bunch of highly talented to help? I’m no genius, but I say you should jump at it. That’s why I’m recommending that you take a gander at Quick Left’s offer to adopt your seed stage startup. Read More
The Force is strong with this one: Portland’s Sprintly lands a who’s who Jedi Council of investors and advisors
The Portland startup scene always likes it when known entities choose to call our city home for their newest endeavors. So was the case when Joe Stump—of Digg and SimpleGeo fame—announced he was relocating to Portland and bringing his new effort, Sprintly, along. Read More
Joe Stump and Sprint.ly move to Portland
I’ve been a little tardy on posting this news. But today seemed like a good day to do it.
Sprint.ly, the company cofounded by Joe Stump—which he joined full-time following the acquisition of SimpleGeo by Urban Airship—is now calling Portland home. Read More