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  • Wednesday
    Jun 23 2021
    Ask a CTO: For Non-technical Entrepreneurs Running a Tech Startup

    Zoom

    TiE Oregon Women Entrepreneurs, please join us each month for timely discussions, workshops, and networking opportunities. Detailed information will be supplied prior to each meeting.

    This month we have invited CTO and Founder of TechSpeak, Nelly Yusupova, to come talk to us about being an non-technical entrepreneur starting a tech startup.

    This event is open to all entrepreneurs to attend.

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  • Wednesday
    Jun 16 2021
    Pitch Club / Mock Investor Meeting

    Zoom

    Pitch Club is an event where entrepreneurs learn the criteria and methods used by real investors to evaluate their venture as a potential investment. This is done by recreating a typical investor meeting where a few companies pitch and receive feedback from real angel investors. These meetings follow the same basic agenda of an investor meeting with three sections: the pitch, Q&A, and investor discussion & decision.

    Each attendee who intends to pitch should prepare a five minute pitch presentation. (This can include a power point projection that will be presented from your computer.) Directly after pitching a five-minute Q&A will take place, followed by a five-minute Investor Discussion & Decision).

    Those who attend pitch club will walk away with a better understanding of what investors look for in a pitch and how to answer the questions possible investor will ask. In addition, each presenter will receive a digital copy of their pitch and feedback from their peers and TiE Charter Members.

    Please note - this is not an actual investor meeting. It is a place to come before you pitch for real investment.

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  • Wednesday
    May 26 2021
    TiE Oregon's Pitch Club / Mock Investor Meeting

    Zoom

    Pitch Club is an event where entrepreneurs learn the criteria and methods used by real investors to evaluate their venture as a potential investment. This is done by recreating a typical investor meeting where a few companies pitch and receive feedback from TiE Oregon Charter Members.

    Who facilitates Pitch Club?

    Pitch Club is organized by Kari Naone, TiE Oregon Executive Director and led by Robin Jones a TiE Charter Member who is an investor and successful entrepreneur.

    What to expect?

    Each attendee who intends to pitch should prepare a five minute pitch presentation. (This can include a power point projection that will be presented from your computer.) Directly after pitching, a 5-10 minutes of Q&A and general feedback session will take place.

    Those who attend pitch club will walk away with a better understanding of what investors look for in a pitch and how to answer the questions possible investor will ask. In addition, each presenter will receive a digital copy of their pitch and feedback from their peers and TiE Charter Members.

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  • Wednesday
    May 19 2021
    TiE Oregon Pitch Club

    Zoom

    Pitch Club is an event where entrepreneurs learn the criteria and methods used by real investors to evaluate their venture as a potential investment. This is done by recreating a typical investor meeting where a few companies pitch and receive feedback from TiE Oregon Charter Members. These meetings follow the same basic agenda of an investor meeting with three sections: the pitch, Q&A, and investor discussion & decision..

    Who facilitates Pitch Club?

    Pitch Club is organized by Kari Naone, TiE Oregon Executive Director and led by Tom Kingsley, a TiE Charter Member who is an investor and successful entrepreneur.

    What to expect?

    Each attendee who intends to pitch should prepare a five minute pitch presentation. (This can include a power point projection that will be presented from your computer.) Directly after pitching a five-minute Q&A will take place, followed by a five-minute Investor Discussion & Decision).

    Those who attend pitch club will walk away with a better understanding of what investors look for in a pitch and how to answer the questions possible investor will ask. In addition, each presenter will receive a digital copy of their pitch and feedback from their peers and TiE Charter Members.

    Interested in sponsoring Pitch Club - please contact [email protected].

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  • Wednesday
    Apr 28 2021
    TiE Oregon Functional Workshop - Company Valuation

    Zoom

    please join us each month for timely discussions, workshops, and networking opportunities. This month Naomi Derner CFA, Managing Director of Vantage Point Advisors will talk to us about company valuation.

    Entrepreneurs seeking their first round of funding may be asked about their company’s valuation by potential investors. Most new founders have no experience or training in valuation, and may pick a number without any support or rationale, or accept a valuation suggested by an investor without understanding what it means.

    In this workshop, we will help you prepare for these conversations.

    -- Demystify the language and math used by investors around valuation. -- Techniques for estimating the value of your company….even if you are pre-revenue. -- Why your valuation matters, and why sometimes it doesn’t.

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  • Wednesday
    Apr 21 2021
    TiE Oregon Pitch Club

    Zoom

    Pitch Club is an event where entrepreneurs learn the criteria and methods used by real investors to evaluate their venture as a potential investment. This is done by recreating a typical investor meeting where a few companies pitch and receive feedback from TiE Oregon Charter Members. These meetings follow the same basic agenda of an investor meeting with three sections: the pitch, Q&A, and investor discussion & decision..

    Who facilitates Pitch Club?

    Pitch Club is organized by Kari Naone, TiE Oregon Executive Director and led by Tom Kingsley, a TiE Charter Member who is an investor and successful entrepreneur.

    What to expect?

    Each attendee who intends to pitch should prepare a five minute pitch presentation. (This can include a power point projection that will be presented from your computer.) Directly after pitching a five-minute Q&A will take place, followed by a five-minute Investor Discussion & Decision).

    Those who attend pitch club will walk away with a better understanding of what investors look for in a pitch and how to answer the questions possible investor will ask. In addition, each presenter will receive a digital copy of their pitch and feedback from their peers and TiE Charter Members.

    Interested in sponsoring Pitch Club - please contact [email protected].

    Website
  • Wednesday
    Mar 17 2021
    TiE Oregon Pitch Club

    Zoom

    Pitch Club is an event where entrepreneurs learn the criteria and methods used by real investors to evaluate their venture as a potential investment. This is done by recreating a typical investor meeting where a few companies pitch and receive feedback from TiE Oregon Charter Members. These meetings follow the same basic agenda of an investor meeting with three sections: the pitch, Q&A, and investor discussion & decision..

    Who facilitates Pitch Club?

    Pitch Club is organized by Kari Naone, TiE Oregon Executive Director and led by Tom Kingsley, a TiE Charter Member who is an investor and successful entrepreneur.

    What to expect?

    Each attendee who intends to pitch should prepare a five minute pitch presentation. (This can include a power point projection that will be presented from your computer.) Directly after pitching a five-minute Q&A will take place, followed by a five-minute Investor Discussion & Decision).

    Those who attend pitch club will walk away with a better understanding of what investors look for in a pitch and how to answer the questions possible investor will ask. In addition, each presenter will receive a digital copy of their pitch and feedback from their peers and TiE Charter Members.

    Interested in sponsoring Pitch Club - please contact [email protected].

    Website
  • Monday
    Jan 25 2021
    Data recovery and data loss prevention

    Zoom

    Oregon Computer Consultants Association Monthly Meeting

    Tuesday, January 26, 2021 Topics that will be addressed:

    • recoverable vs. non-recoverable scenarios
    • encrypted devices
    • recovery from Flash, smart devices, etc
    • best practices
    • cost and why data recovery costs what it does
    • natural disaster recovery cases
    • Long term storage and data preservation

    Questions are welcome

    Speaker(s): Mike Cobb, DriveSavers Director of Engineering from 2010 to present. His duties include:

    • Direct our cleanroom engineers to constantly stay on the cutting edge of recovery techniques and find ways to access data storage devices for any failure scenario.

    • Provide direction and expertise to our enterprise class logical recovery engineers helping them to reverse engineer dozens of unique file systems in order to gain access to recover data.

    • Investigate and implement new processes and techniques for recovery of solid-state devices and train recovery engineers to perform unique customer solutions for data recovery.

    • Develop relationships and advanced data recovery techniques with manufacturers for all types of recovery devices including HDD, SSD, various Flash devices, Smart Devices, RAID arrays, SAN environments and more.

    • Provide best practices and assistance with business continuity and disaster recovery to our customers.

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    Drivesavers is a very large and highly rated professional data recovery company. They have been recovering client data from all over the world since 1985. All leading manufacturers authorize DriveSavers to open sealed drives without voiding the original warranty. You can still receive an in warranty drive replacement.

    Agenda: 6:30--7:00 Introductions, Announcements, Gadget Minute, Stump the Geek 7:00--8:00 Main Presentation (followed by Q&A)

    Location: This meeting will be held online.

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  • Wednesday
    Jan 20 2021
    TiE Oregon Pitch Club

    Zoom

    Pitch Club is an event where entrepreneurs learn the criteria and methods used by real investors to evaluate their venture as a potential investment. This is done by recreating a typical investor meeting where a few companies pitch and receive feedback from TiE Oregon Charter Members. These meetings follow the same basic agenda of an investor meeting with three sections: the pitch, Q&A, and investor discussion & decision..

    Who facilitates Pitch Club?

    Pitch Club is organized by Kari Naone, TiE Oregon Executive Director and led by Tom Kingsley, a TiE Charter Member who is an investor and successful entrepreneur.

    What to expect?

    Each attendee who intends to pitch should prepare a five minute pitch presentation. (This can include a power point projection that will be presented from your computer.) Directly after pitching a five-minute Q&A will take place, followed by a five-minute Investor Discussion & Decision).

    Those who attend pitch club will walk away with a better understanding of what investors look for in a pitch and how to answer the questions possible investor will ask. In addition, each presenter will receive a digital copy of their pitch and feedback from their peers and TiE Charter Members.

    Interested in sponsoring Pitch Club - please contact [email protected].

    Website
  • Friday
    Jan 15 2021
    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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  • Saturday
    Nov 21 2020
    Where to Begin with Python? Zoom Link Available on Eventbrite.
    python

    Zoom

    In this session, we'll practice some examples from codingbat.com. We'll work on a few problems such as strings, lists, booleans, and loops. Hopefully, these examples will inspire you to continue your journey to learn Python.

    This session will be on Zoom for an hour. We'll spend most of our time covering examples. Whatever time is left, we'll spend with general Q&A.

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  • Saturday
    Aug 22 2020
    How to Speak Every Language: A Tour of the International Phonetic Alphabet

    Zoom

    Join us for an interactive tour of IPA and you'll be more confident the next time you open your mouth to speak a new language.

    The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is how linguists classify and organize all the sounds of the world's languages. It has all the consonants, vowels, clicks, and everything in-between that we need to speak, like a periodic table of talking. For language learners, familiarity with IPA is a powerful tool to understand how to make new sounds in their target language.

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  • Saturday
    Aug 8 2020
    Art Share - Share Your Talents

    Zoom

    Would you like to share your art with other talented artists? Join us on Zoom for an hour to collaborate on our favorite art projects. I'll start us off by sharing my favorite paintings in my sketchbook. I can give a brief history of how I learned the fundamentals including shadows, perspective, composition, construction, proportions, gestures, color theory, and anatomy.

    Whatever time we have left, others are welcome to share their art projects. We'll even do a Zoom poll to vote on upcoming topic ideas.

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  • Wednesday
    May 27 2020
    Invest in Yourself: Alchemy Virtual Preview

    Zoom

    Invest in Yourself: Alchemy Virtual Preview Wednesday, May 27 12:00pm - 1:00pm Free via Zoom

    SIGN UP @ Meetup (https://www.meetup.com/alchemycodelab/events/270789261/)

    Are you thinking about learning to code, but not sure about where or when? Considering a career transition and want to know more about jobs in tech?

    Join the Alchemy Code Lab team for a free virtual preview of our software development training program, plus get information on how to determine the right education investment for your career goals.

    • Learn more about being a Software Developer including starting salaries
    • Find out who hires newly trained software developers in Portland
    • How COVID is impacting the tech industry, including the remote work trend
    • Hear Alchemy grad stories and experience joining a team
    • How Alchemy’s training program is different from most code courses

    Additionally, find out about our free, week long, Developer 101 course starting June 8.

    Don’t miss this behind the scenes look at tech training at Alchemy Code Lab!

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