HTF 029: ‘Soup’er Communities

HTF 029: ‘Soup’er Communities

In this episode, Danielle Olson sits down with Amy Kaherl, founder of Detroit Soup. In 2010, Amy was able to transform a small potluck-style event for funding the arts into a larger funding mechanism for community projects aimed to do good for Detroit. For as little...
It’s Small Business Week!

It’s Small Business Week!

It’s small business week and we’ve got one thing on our mind… You can’t tend a garden without water and you can’t tend a business without capital. Up until recently, only the wealthiest among us were allowed to invest in businesses. Imagine a law...
Recap: The Social Pitch VII

Recap: The Social Pitch VII

The following five presenters pitched their ideas at The Social Pitch VII on April 30, 2017. The community came together at HatchLab PDX to eat soup, hear the presenters’ ideas, and vote for their favorite. Scroll further to see how you might be able to help...
HTF 028: Chicken Eggs and Chasin’ Dreams

HTF 028: Chicken Eggs and Chasin’ Dreams

In this episode, we sit down with Henlight Co-Founder, Edward Silva. Edward’s unique story highlights the path that some entrepreneurs take when entering into prize-based competitions, in this case the Thought For Food Challenge. Interestingly, Edward’s journey...
9 No-Budget Communication Tips from FEAST Greece

9 No-Budget Communication Tips from FEAST Greece

Even the greatest project idea can be a failure, if not properly communicated. Working with startups, young entrepreneurs and local NGOs at FEAST Greece, we have come up with a bunch of conclusions and tips about communicating your project more efficiently and...
The Social Pitch Update: Clean Feed

The Social Pitch Update: Clean Feed

As we get ready for our next round of The Social Pitch on April 30th, we’re catching up with previous presenters to see where they are, what their status is, how things are going! Here are our runners-up from last August, Clean Feed, to give us an update....