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Silicon Florist 🌹 Bright.md acquired, Radious expands, Discogs 💿
Telehealth made logical sense. But it really took a global pandemic for folks to truly realize its potential. So it comes as little surprise that local telehealth startup Bright.md would be the target of a major healthcare organization. Cigna has acquired Bright.md… More
Why does workspace have to be so binary? It seems like you’re either at home or at the office. Or maybe you’re trying to pop into a coworking space — which is really just another office — or coffee shop to get work done. But what if you could rent a funky inspirational workspace by the day? That’s the question that Portland startup Radious has been working to answer. And now they’re answering that question for the Bay Area… More
Discogs is among a rare group of Portland startups — like Digital Trends and Panic — that folks in the Portland startup community have often heard of and used — but don’t realize it’s actually a local company. But it is. And perhaps even more rare, a Portland-area company that has gained and sustained worldwide recognition. But now, it’s grappling with balancing its community’s needs with the business’ needs. And, unfortunately, that’s putting one of the most amazing databases of music ever created at risk… More
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