Startup PDX:Challenge in Produce Row
Winners of Startup PDX Challenge named!
Six startup businesses made the cut to win the Startup PDX Challenge, Portland’s search for the best new members of our growing entrepreneurial community. Each company received a $10,000 working capital grant, a full year of rent-free office space in Portland’s Produce Row, and free professional advice and services. Learn more >
Join the Produce Row Network
Produce Row seeks to support and promote entrepreneurial and creative businesses through a common identity, collaboration, and with collective resources.
It might as well been kismet for Grove Made founders Joe Mansfield and Ken Tomita, two native Oregonians. When the duo met in 2007, they were each running their own shops across the street from each other. Throw in a couple of shared clients, a few football games and a late night or two and what is the obvious outcome? Well Grove Made of course, and their Portland-made, bamboo laser engraved, iPhone cases, iPad covers, and other goodies.More >
Lewis & Clark Law School Small Business Legal ClinicSBLC
Lewis & Clark Law School’s Small Business Legal Clinic (SBLC) provides business transactional legal advice to new and emerging businesses, primarily those owned by women, minorities, and recent immigrants. The SBLC provides its services to clients through two distinct programs: the Intern Program and the Pro Bono Project. The SBLC works closely with other small business service providers to help complete the circle of support to new and emerging businesses. Together, the SBLC and small business centers provide the support businesses need to succeed.View all small business resources >