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Quick Left Portland

529 SW 3rd Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, Oregon 97204 (map)

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No parking, 2nd floor Stairs or elevator access

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Past events that happened here

  • Friday
    Jul 24 2015
    How to pitch to an Angel Investor

    Quick Left Portland

    Learn what Angel Investors expect from a Startup Pitch and how to get ready.

    You attended a Startup Weekend event and you have decide to move forward and launch your startup, you already have your team, prototype, acquired some clients and now you are ready to talk with Angel Investors but you don't know what they are looking for in a Startup before they can invest.

    This is your opportunity to ask those poignant questions and learn from two of the more active Angel Investors group here in Portland.

    Portland Seed Fund

    The Portland Seed Fund is a privately managed fund and non-resident accelerator focused on providing emerging companies the capital, mentoring, and connections to propel them to the next level.

    The PSF, typically invest $50K-$100K initially, with the potential for follow-on funding for exceptional companies and entrepreneurs. Our portfolio companies participate in a 12-week curriculum focused on operations within a rapidly-growing business. Each weekly in-person class session takes place in Portland, OR.

    While sector agnostic,The PSF focus on investments in capital efficient high growth businesses. PSF strongly prefer to invest in Portland-based companies or and/or those doing a substantial amount of business in Oregon.

    TiE Angels

    The success of early stage companies depends on access to capital, critical advice and support networks.

    TiE Oregon is pleased to feature TiE Angels, an angel investment group formed by Charter Members of TiE Oregon. The mission of TiE Angels Oregon is to support top-tier emerging companies with early stage investment, mentorship, and support.

    Since inception, TiE Angels Oregon members have invested nearly $3.8M in dozens of Oregon companies.

    On July 24th we will be able to learn about how to get ready for that crucial meeting with an investor and get funded.

  • Tuesday
    Feb 3 2015
    Sailing away from Dependency Hell with Docker: Engineering Lunch-n-Learn w/Quick Left

    Quick Left Portland

    Have you ever been excited to tinker with a software project, only to have trip Dependency Hell ruin all of the fun? Technologies like Docker aim to take the pain out of spinning up support services and installing runtimes. Join in as we scoff at the demo gods and create a complete Rails stack—web server to database—from scratch, without installing any software.

    Swing by Quick Left for some foodz on us and your open ears to listen to one of our expert consultants in this Engineering Lunch tutorial.