Hour of Code, a global campaign to get kids interested in coding, is coming to Eugene this week.
Successful technology clusters require a density of companies, community education and support, and a vision for the future. Can we build them in Eugene?
Last week’s first open pitch night for the newly established University of Oregon Foundation Seed Fund brought out eleven companies to pitch their vision for investment. Established by the UO Foundation and advised by students in the UO business school, the seed fund plans to make initial investments of $20,000 to $75,000… read more →
Resident capital is becoming more responsive to the needs of local startups with the establishment of new opportunities in the area.
National firms have snatched up a few Oregon startups in their quest to remain competitive or to gain access to emerging markets.