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Portland Incubator Experiment names second class

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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The Portland Incubator Experiment selected six startups and a nonprofit for its second class.

Being accepted into the program is no small thing: Previous PIE graduates include VendScreen, which raised $12 million in venture capital earlier this year, and Cloudability, which just scored a cool $8.7 million. These companies will spend the next three months working with mentors, W+K, big brands and other startups preparing pitch their business as the next hot tech property in Silicon Forest.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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