OEN News5 Semi-Finalists Selected for OEN’s Angel Oregon Spring 2014 Investment Term

OEN's Angel OregonFive companies have been selected as semi-finalists in OEN’s Angel Oregon Spring 2014 Investment Term and will proceed to compete in the finalist round.

Hailing from Portland, Hillsboro, Wilsonville, and Vancouver (WA), the companies have survived three rounds of cuts by OEN’s Angel Oregon investors. On March 31, the semi-finalists will compete to be one of three finalists selected to contend for the investment award. The winner will be announced on April 7.

Our finalists will be presenting at OEN’s Angel Oregon Spring 2014 Showcase at The Sentinel Hotel (formerly The Governor) on April 16, along with 12 other entrepreneurs representing the state’s most exciting, innovative, early-stage companies.

The five companies currently in the running for our Spring Investment Term award are as follows:

Arria Live Media (Hillsboro / Media & Entertainment)
“Arria Live Media makes professional audio systems intelligent, eliminating expensive hardware and reducing complexity.”

 Energy Storage Systems Inc. (Portland / Clean Technology)
“Energy Storage Systems Inc. is developing a safe, cost-effective, reliable and environmentally friendly all-Iron flow battery technology.”

HoneyComb Corporation (Wilsonville / Software)
“We make farming more efficient & productive using drones.”

Nouvola (Portland / Software)
“Nouvola offers a disruptive performance analytics solution to help applications scale in the cloud, tapping the $200B cloud services market .”

Trek Global (Vancouver, WA / Software)
“Trek Global offers business software that streamlines order management, inventory, and financials in a single online offering.”


About Angel Oregon:

Since 2005, 494 companies have applied to compete at Angel Oregon, and 84 were selected to present. In 2013, From 2005 until 2012, $2.3 million has been directly invested through OEN’s Angel Oregon LLC investment award and there have been three favorable exits. Additional investment has been made outside of the LLCs, and more than 740 jobs have been created. Learn more.

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