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Early Stage

Why is Portland an interesting place to create a startup? How can we understand entrepreneurs and software engineers to be a new creative class? What roles do story and performance play in the creation of an enterprise? Following the true story of a group of aspiring startups in the Portland Incubator Experiment (PIE), in the [...]

A New Video Sprint: Introducing “Early Stage”

On October 5, 2012, we will join the 2012 class of Wieden + Kennedy’s Portland Incubator Experiment (PIE) in sharing our companies’ visions with investors, the media and the larger startup community at PIE Demo Day. In a uniquely self-reflexive moment, Demo Day will also mark the public launch of our new process Video Sprint. [...]

Product as Process Part 3: Video Sprint Features

Today is a big day for us. We’re finally going to send off our PIE application. These last several days have been a push to get clear about our process and the questions in the application have been a helpful tool for reflection. The very first question in the application asks: How are you telling [...]

Product as Process Part 1: Introducing the Video Sprint

It’s been less than 48 hours since our first blog post and we’re already feeling the slightly euphoric adrenalin rush of what it’s like when we are producing one of our video projects. Working in public under the scrutiny of our audience gives us a rush – we enjoy giving a good performance. It forces [...]