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Struggling to start your startup? TiE XL Boot Camp has a few seats left

While running a startup can be difficult, sometimes the toughest step of all is simply getting started — or even knowing where to begin. For entrepreneurs who are struggling with some of those startup basics, there’s no better boot camp program than TiE XL Boot Camp still has a few spots left in its next class.

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TiE XL Boot Camp applications close March 18, 2022

Working on a startup while you juggle a day job? Too busy working on your startup during the day to carve out time during work hours? You might be a perfect fit for the TiE XL Boot Camp program that helps educate founders on relevant topics and skills to support their entrepreneurial journey.

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Need help getting that startup started? TiE XL Boot Camp applications are open

For many first time founders, it’s hard to figure out where to start. That’s why it’s great to have programs like TiE XL Boot Camp to help guide them. TiE Oregon is now accepting applications for programs in Clackamas County, Portland, and Washington County.

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TiE XL Boot Camp Hillsboro starts in May 2021

As we start to see signs of recovery, many folks are dusting off both pre-pandemic and pandemic-inspired startup ideas. If you’re one of those folks, there’s no better place to start getting the support you need than TiE XL Boot Camp. And as luck would have it, a new cohort is starting in May.

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Struggling to find product market fit? TiE XL Boot Camp can help

One of the things I like most about the Portland startup community is the level of support for the earliest stages of startup companies. From connecting with community to demystifying the process of raising venture capital, there are a number of programs designed to complement one another in support of entrepreneurs. One of those programs, TiE XL Bootcamp, is currently recruiting a new cohort.

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Need help figuring out the first steps of your startup? TiE XL Bootcamp can help

Sometimes, the hardest part of a startup can be just knowing where to begin. And that’s why I’m so happy that there are local programs like TiE XL Bootcamp, a program designed to help folks figure out the early stages of their early stage companies. And as luck would have it, applications for their next class are still open. But you have to hurry. They close soon.

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