Portland startup, Thetus Corporation, is celebrating its 10th anniversary in business this week but the celebration doesn’t stop there! The company, which was founded by serial entrepreneur and Thetus CEO Danielle Forsyth and now employs nearly 100 people in Portland and Washington DC, is kicking off a yearlong program of community- and sustainability-oriented events.
According to the company’s 10th anniversary celebration press release, Thetus’ yearlong celebration includes both more community giving and more involvement in Portland’s vibrant tech startup community, all of which align with the company’s focus on sustainability:
Thetus plans to enhance its employee volunteerism by supporting charities that are in the neighborhood where it resides, as well as in the greater Portland area. It will also focus on fostering a strong future for the Portland technology industry by sponsoring local tech events, and continuing to minimize its environmental footprint by participating in activities that increase awareness about the impact that business can have on the environment.
Ten years in business is certainly something to acknowledge, and it is in no small part due to an exceptional combination of Portland software industry partners, customers, employees, and the local community that Thetus has been able to reach this notable milestone. Thetus is thrilled to expand its role in the community that has been crucial to fostering its growth.
Thetus develops enterprise software that helps people research, document, visualize, and model the behavior of complex systems.