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1776 Challenge Cup Portland 2017: And the startups pitching are…

Thanks again to all of the amazing startups who applied to be part of the first stage of the global 1776 Challenge Cup competition. We’re proud to be the hosts in Portland. So proud in fact, that everyone who applied was automatically advanced to the second round of the next PIE cohort selection.

Now, it’s time to get down to the competition itself. And we’re very excited to reveal the companies we’ve selected to take the stage:

  • American Leaseback, who is rethinking home buying to make it more accessible
  • C3Backflow, who is improving the water we drink
  • CMDSense, who is transforming modern construction
  • Curio Learning, who is enabling educators to better collaborate
  • Democracy Squared, a democracy toolbox
  • eBundler, who is fighting against big money in politics
  • EVmatch, who is helping democratize electric vehicle charging
  • habu health, who is increasing consumer confidence and knowledge of cannabis
  • Madorra, who is developing a medical device to treat vaginal dryness
  • Mogol, who is helping transportation officials to better understand traffic patterns
  • Paidtogo, who incentivizes commuters to take alternate forms of transportation
    Scopic, who is empowering the freelance economy
  • SmartVineyards, who is using technology to improve vineyard irrigation
  • Sphaera, a P2P knowledge platform advancing Sustainable Development Goals
  • ThermChem Corporation, who is converting low value waste into valuable products
  • Tozny, who is rethinking tools for data privacy and security

Join all of these companies—as well as sponsors like Prosper Portland, Blaze Streaming Media, Built Oregon, CENTRL Office, Development Now, PSU Center for Entrepreneurship, StackPath, and TechfestNW—as they take the stage 6:00PM on July 6, 2017 at Revolution Hall.

For more information or to RSVP, please visit 1776 Challenge Cup Portland. (And if your company is interested in supporting this event as a sponsor, there are still spots available. Simply ping rick@piepdx.com.)

One thought on “1776 Challenge Cup Portland 2017: And the startups pitching are…

  1. Pingback: CMDSense, Scopic, and Madorra are selected to pitch at the 1776 Challenge Cup Portland 2017 - Oregon Entrepreneurs Network

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