Programs like Startup Weekend Eugene, which took place in early November, often generate new startup ideas. But where do teams go to continue working on them? A new program offered by Fertilab Thinkubator launched this fall to try and fill the gap. Called ID8, it has been helping founders working… read more →
Hour of Code, a global campaign to get kids interested in coding, is coming to Eugene this week.
Startup Weekend Eugene brought together over 80 entrepreneurs for a 54-hour marathon to build startups from the ground up.
The startup ecosystem in Eugene has been reaching a critical mass due to a number of developments in resources for entrepreneurs. Accelerators and incubators are popping up, state funds are supporting local efforts, and investors are taking notice. One component of the startup life cycle that Fertilab Thinkubator is seeking… read more →
Entrepreneurs are the foundation of strong, innovative communities. Organizations like UP Global, a non-profit sponsoring entrepreneurial education in 112 countries around the world, are helping transform economies and build local communities. Why startup companies? Why the interest in startup companies? Unlike large corporations, whose hiring practices are more susceptible to… read more →