Portland, October 2013 event recap

Portland is full of so many entrepreneur and startup centric organization and we are so lucky to have them as supporters of Startup Poker. This month we had a long-time staple of Portland NedSpace host our event this October. Startups launched and funded inside NedSpace have raised well over $55 million dollars include: Puppet Labs, POWR, Second Porch, SweetSpot Diabetes, App Thwak, Wikisway, Gadgetrak, Paydici, JourneyGym, CarDelMar, Giving-Sphere, Greenleaf Juicing Company, BikeCop and Portland Ten.

Eric Turner, CRESA - Knocked Out

Eric Turner, CRESA – Knocked Out

None of this fun and connection is possible without the continued support from sponsors like Turnstone. Adding to that list of fantastic sponsors in Portland is CRESA. They were good sports and handed over their bounties without too much pain. We are also attracting passionate and driven founder from across the river in Vancouver, WA. David Martschinske of Focus Designs is pictured above being presented / taking the bounty from CRESA’s Eric Turner.
Mark Grimes knocked out by Chris

Mark Grimes knocked out by Chris Gueits

And now the winners:
Portland October Winners

Portland October Winners

1st Place: Don Hollerich, CEO, Seconds
2nd Place: Tim Getsch, CEO, CheckOutMyCards.com
3rd Place: Kevin Croy, Founder, 9-Mile Labs

If you are a founder, executive, investor or supporter of the startup community please contact Tyler Phillipi directly or fill out the online form.

Also, check out the Portland Startup Poker Facebook Page for photos from each event and info about upcoming events.

This entry was posted by tylerphillipi.

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