Angel fund boosts fortunes, economy

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Articles - February 2011
Thursday, January 27, 2011

Businesses backed by the Oregon Angel Fund

  • Celilo Group Media
    • The Portland-based publisher of the Chinook Book, a sustainability-themed coupon book founded in 1999.
  • Clear Access
    • A Vancouver-based telecommunications business founded in 2005, named the fastest-growing company in its sector by Inc. magazine.
  • Clear Catheter Systems
    • A Bend-based medical device company founded in 2007.
  • The Clymb
    • A Portland-based outdoors/sports e-commerce retailer offering brand name deals to members.
  • Columbia Power Technologies
    • A Corvallis-based wave energy company founded in partnership with Greenlight Energy Resources and Oregon State University in 2005.
  • Daverci
    • A medication management business that sold to Kentucky-based Polycare in 2008.
  • Designmedix
    • A Portland-based developer of medications founded in 2006 that combats the problem of drug resistance.
  • Elemental Technologies
    • A Portland-based video software company founded in 2006.
  • Giftango
    • A Portland-based developer of electronic gift cards that raised $5 million in October 2010. Founded in 2005.
  • Jama Software
    • The Portland-based developer of the web-based application Contour founded in 2006.
  • Lumencor
    • A Beaverton-based manufacturer of precise light engines for life science applications founded in 2006.
  • RNA Networks
    • A Portland-based tech company specializing in memory virtualization founded in 2006.
  • Revelation
    • A Portland-based software company that assists marketers with qualitative research founded in 2007.
  • Seaport Airlines
    • A Portland-based airline that began flights in 2008, specializing in hassle-free travel and subsidized “essential air service."
  • Second Porch
    • A Portland-based software firm that connects travelers with owners of vacation rentals. Founded in 2009.
  • Wicked Quick
    • A Portland-based designer of auto racing-themed apparel and accessories founded in 2003.


 

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