Portland software startup to double staff

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Opal Labs received $2.1 million in seed funding.

The company ended last year with 14 people and is at 18 today. By the end of the year it expects to be between 25 to 30 people, Giannini said. Hiring is anticipated in sales and marketing, account management and some engineering.

The seed round was led by Oregon Angel Fund and included the Portland Seed Fund and individual angel investors. These investors also include prominent local tech executives, but Giannini declined to name names just yet.

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