Building a startup accelerator is hard. That's why PIE wants to open source its learnings. So anyone can build one for their community.
We’d… · More love to have you join us in building the PIE Cookbook, an open source guide designed to help anyone, anywhere build the startup accelerator of their dreams. Why are we doing this? Because we believe that each and every community — with the right tools — has the potential to assist and accelerate its most promising folks further and faster toward success. And that’s good for everyone.
By joining us, you’ll gain access to everything we’ve learned from nearly a decade of accelerating startups, building relationships that strengthen community, and facilitating creative output. What’s more — since this is an open source project — you’ll have the opportunity take part in creating the most effective documentation for building, managing, and running a successful startup accelerator for your community — whatever that community may be.
We want tech startups with an the potential to engage in brand-aligned and business-aligned pursuits--with a special focus on mobility. Even more awesome? Existing prototype or proof of concept, deployable in 3-9 months, with a strong collaborative management team
Rick is the go-to guy if you want to do anything in the world of tech in Portland. He has been such an invaluable Advisor for both Brightwork and Plunk (our other company) which has led to our growth. Through his own incubator program, PIE he has brought a lot of experience about how we can have the best chance for success.