How does a company pitch its ideas to investors? This short Q&A with the founders of Lawger provides a glimpse into the preparation for a pitch event.
When Dan Keith and Doug Yook, founders of SCAPE–a new SaaS collaboration platform for scientific, technical and creative teams product from InSilico–arrived for the first day of the RAIN Eugene Accelerator program, they admit being skeptical of how exactly RAIN was going to help them launch their business. “We didn’t… read more →
Zander Eckblad and Jonathan Hunt are the founders of Black Lodge Design Lab, a Eugene-based company that is developing a relatively inexpensive structural bio plastic that they say is stronger than steel and made from sustainable material. Engineered from cellulosic waste, the two founders believe the plastic can improve quality… read more →
After being friends for more than a decade, Andrew Tupper and Rob Batchelor founded BT Biotech, a Eugene-based startup that is developing a platform for simple and accessible medical diagnostics. Currently BT Biotech is working on a rapid over-the-counter home test for chlamydia, a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Founded only ten… read more →
By Carrie Russo and Liz Martin Manage My Co-op, a Eugene startup and maker of a software platform for cooperatives and buying clubs, is now in the beta testing stage. Five national co-ops who interface with local co-ops in all 50 states are currently promoting the use of Manage My… read more →