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Portland Digital Experience: A few of my favorite things
Mobile-ticketing startup GlobeSherpa lands $1.3M to sell transit tickets on smartphones

Salesforce.com to hire hundreds at Portland office

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Portland, Oregon. Photo via Radworld Seattle has experienced a boom in new engineering and development offices from Silicon Valley companies such as Google, Facebook, Zynga, Splunk and eBay. Now, the Portland area is getting in on the action. Mike Rogoway of The Oregonian reports that Salesforce.com has chosen the Rose...
Salesforce.com to hire hundreds at Portland office

Honest Buildings opens door on new cash, launches in Portland

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Honest Buildings, a 6-month-old real-estate startup with operations in Seattle and New York City just announced the completion of its first round of financing, led by RockPort Capital and Mohr Davidow Ventures. The amount of investment and the terms were not disclosed. The company also just launched in Portland, with information for...
Honest Buildings opens door on new cash, launches in Portland

Come hang with us at Ground Kontrol in Portland, OR, this Wednesday

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Live in Portland, Oregon? Read Engadget? Love classic arcade games? If you answered "yes" to all three of those, we've got some great news. We'll be in Stumptown this week and figured it might be fun to have an impromptu meetup at one of our favorite locales in the...
Come hang with us at Ground Kontrol in Portland, OR, this Wednesday

Slick video shows why Portland is an awesome city for tech startups

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When we sat down with Elemental CEO Sam Blackman earlier this month, the GeekWire Startup CEO of the Year wasn’t shy about his thoughts on Portland being the hottest startup spot in the country. “In my opinion, if you are a software engineer graduating from college right now, there is no better city you can move...
Slick video shows why Portland is an awesome city for tech startups

Why our Startup CEO of the Year thinks Portland is the next great startup city

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Elemental CEO Sam Blackman stands on the roof of the company HQ in downtown Portland with one of its big satellites. When we announced that Elemental’s Sam Blackman had won the Startup CEO of the Year award at last week’s GeekWire Awards, many of you likely had no idea who...
Why our Startup CEO of the Year thinks Portland is the next great startup city

'Dream of the 90s' is alive in Portland for SEOmoz: It just bought another Rose City startup

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Have Carrie and Fred been talking to Rand? In a recent episode of Portlandia, Fred and Carrie are sent on a mission to Seattle to evangelize the goodness of Portland. Maybe they knocked on the door of SEOmoz CEO Rand Fishkin. After all, Fishkin’s fast-growing Seattle software startup has made...
'Dream of the 90s' is alive in Portland for SEOmoz: It just bought another Rose City startup

Meet the 11 startup grads from the Portland Seed Fund

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Portland is certainly growing as a startup city, and now there’s a new batch of companies ready to make their mark in the Rose City. The two-year-old Portland Seed Fund just graduated its fourth class of early-stage companies. The incubator, a unique public-private partnership supported by various government agencies and organizations, gave the startups $25,000...
Meet the 11 startup grads from the Portland Seed Fund

Why this CFO thinks it's easier to hire in Portland than Silicon Valley

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Jive CFO Bryan LeBlanc. Is Portland becoming the newest hotbed for tech talent? It very well could be, at least according to one CFO. Jive Software, a maker of online tools that help workers collaborate on projects, is expanding its Portland office and CFO Bryan LeBlanc told the Portland Business Journal that he...
Why this CFO thinks it's easier to hire in Portland than Silicon Valley

Poll: Washington drivers have better morals than Oregon motorists

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Traffic jam (epSos.de photo) Congrats, Washington: Your drivers show more honesty than those from down south. A new poll from Seattle-based PEMCO Insurance found that Washington drivers are more likely to leave a note with contact information after hitting an unattended car than motorists from Oregon. The numbers speak for themselves:...
Poll: Washington drivers have better morals than Oregon motorists
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