Portland Incubator Experiment Demo Day

A couple weeks ago, I photographed the Demo Day for the second class of startups that moved through the Portland Incubator Experiment (PIE) program. Six companies took the stage at the Gerding Theater at the Armory to share information about their companies and products to an audience of investors, media, and the public. Here are a few images from the event; there’s also a full set of photos on Flickr that are released under Creative Commons licensing.

PIE Demo Day Crowd
Some of the crowd in the theater

Kyle Banuelos introduces Stublisher
Kyle BaƱuelos discusses Stublisher

Michelle Rowley explains Code Scouts
Michelle Rowley explains Code Scouts

TechCrunch writer Alex Williams interviews Aaron Raddon of Lytics
TechCrunch writer Alex Williams interviews Aaron Raddon of Lytics

View the full set of photos on Flickr.

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  1. […] The ironies make sense — especially the Steampunk attitude of this Portland town. Big timber is a cultural icon of a time long past when dudes with big beards actually did work in logging camps. The Pearl District, that gleaming neighborhood of brushed steel and blonde wood, once did have a brewery. Blitz-Weinhard, bought up by the Miller Brewing company, shut down back in the 1990s, opening the northwest part of the city to development, which subsequently boomed and now has startups vying for space. Wieden and Kennedy, one of the first to settle in the Pearl, now has a corner space of its building dedicated to the Portland Incubator Experiment (PIE), where startups get mentored and launched. […]

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