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Thursday
Jun 14, 2012
TiE Oregon PitchFest
Intel Ronler Acres RA1 Auditorium

These are some of the hottest startups and early stage companies founded by TIE members that received funding that included angel investment from TIE Oregon Charter members (TIE Angels).

Now it's your turn.

Are you an entrepreneur who has taken the leap of faith, created your company with your brilliant idea? Are you looking for seed or early stage funding or want validation of your idea? Then pitch to a TiE Global Chairman, Ashok Rao and a panel of angel and VC investors.

Judges: Ashok Rao, Chairman and CEO, Whodini Steve Eichenlaub, Managing Director, Intel Capital Diane Fraiman, Partner, Voyager Capital Sam Blackman, CEO, Elemental Technologies

Pitch your company, get constructive feedback or get your idea validated. Or come and watch entrepreneurs pitching their companies and ideas, meet Charter Members, investors, CEO stars, and have a productive time networking with fellow entrepreneurs before the summer holidays.

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Friday
Jun 7, 2013
Tech4Change - A Mercy Corps and Startup Weekend Collaboration
through Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps and Startup Weekend have partnered to create a first-of-its kind event focused on solving some of the world’s toughest problems through technology and entrepreneurship, measured by solutions formulated from the boldest of ideas.

Tech4Change will serve as a platform to encourage new ways to think about entrepreneurship in challenging environments around the globe. The 54-hour marathon event will be focused on developing tech tools for the greater good and creating viable social enterprises that can scale to address global needs.

We need sharp business development and marketing experts with ideas for social change! We need Ruby and mobile engineers and developers! We need UI/UX experts with an eye for all things beautiful!

Here's an opportunity for you to gain experience working with social impact entrepreneurs and nonprofit program officers! Put your skills to the test at Tech4Change and develop a minimum viable product with a shot for deployment with Mercy Corps!

Tech4Change will take place at Mercy Corps Portland Headquarters and will start with participants pitching their ideas for social change. You'll also get to hear pitches from Mercy Corps personnel who've been in the field. From there, the crowd will choose the best ideas that will be developed during the weekend. The top prize winning team will have a chance at deploying their application with Mercy Corps in the field!

Mercy Corps is a non-profit disaster relief and development organization with operations in over 40 countries. Its mission is to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities. Mercy Corps strives to catalyze community-led and market-driven solutions to global poverty issues. Increasingly, Mercy Corps is employing technologies which have the potential to give millions of people new access to financial services and information, enabling them to grow businesses and improve their livelihoods, health and communities. Mercy Corps is also increasingly using startup technologies to streamline operations and meet compliance needs, freeing up human and financial resources to benefit those in need.www.mercycorps.org

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Tuesday
Nov 14, 2017
Courting Angels: Raising Money For Your Startup
WeWork Pioneer Place

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About the workshop: Raising money from angel investors is often a critical step in the founder journey, yet there is little in the way of tactical support, or clearly defined methodology, to support this area of work. Founders can feel unprepared or intimidated by a project that, more than any other, requires competence and confidence.

Courting Angels: A Tactical Guide To Raising Money For Your Startup is a concise workshop designed to demystify this process and provide a step by step approach for entrepreneurs tasked with raising capital to grow. It is based on a unique, proven and teachable methodology that has delivered unparalleled results for founders who have used it.

Snacks and Drinks provided!

About the speaker: Sara Batterby is most recently the Founder of Hifi Farms, a cannabis cultivation company in Oregon. Prior to cannabis she was a long time entrepreneur and a partner in an angel fund in Silicon Valley. She has delivered this workshop to thousands of founders at conferences all around the country and has used this methodology to raise millions for her own business and for the businesses of those she works with on an advisory and consulting basis.

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Thursday
Jun 7, 2018
TiE Oregon's Pitch Club Beaverton
Beaverton Chamber of Commerce

Pitch Club is an ongoing monthly series where entrepreneurs can practice their pitch and receive feedback from their peers and TiE Oregon Charter Members including TiE Angels.

Pitch Club is moderated by an experienced entrepreneur, the event creates a dynamic and safe environment for you to receive feedback on your pitch - sales pitch, concept pitch, or investor pitch!

Participants are given the opportunity to role-play being an investor to other entrepreneurs giving them a better understanding of what the investors are looking for.

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Thursday
Nov 12, 2020
Coffee w/ Angel (Investors) FIRST MEETING!
Remote

This is the first of what will become a monthly meetup for Oregon angel investors who would like to network, learn more about the ecosystem, and compare notes.

Bring your favorite brew/drink and we'll bring the conversation!

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Friday
Dec 11, 2020
Coffee w/ Angel Investors
Online

For our second meeting we will focus a bit more on the local angel investment scene, what is needed, and discuss challenges. It will be an open discussion for Oregon area investors who are looking to connect with other investors.

PLEASE NO FOUNDERS! This is not the place to bring your ideas and pitch to angel investors. If it is discovered that you are not an investor you will be asked to leave the zoom call.

Zoom link will be shared the day before the meetup.

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Friday
Jan 15
Coffee w/ Angel Investors
Zoom

This month we will continue to focus on the local angel investment scene, what is needed, and discuss challenges. It will be an open discussion for Oregon area investors who are looking to connect with other investors.

PLEASE NO FOUNDERS! This is not the place to bring your ideas and pitch to angel investors. If it is discovered that you are not an investor you will be asked to leave the zoom call.

Zoom link will be shared the day before the meetup.

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Wednesday
Apr 14
1859 Ventures Public Investor Office Hours
Remote

1859 Ventures, an Oregon based seed fund focused on early stage startups is holding open public office hours via zoom. These sessions are meant to give entrepreneurs some feedback about their business as well as help make any needed connections.

Fund Principle Josh Carter will be leading these sessions via zoom. Founders can sign up for one of 4 sessions via doodle here: https://doodle.com/meetme/qc/Q7Upeyc95B

A zoom link will be sent a few days prior to the meeting.

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