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I just read this article that inspired me to write about my own experience as an entrepreneur and president of a startup company. The article was titled “8 Reasons to Choose a Startup over a Corporate Job” Except for the beer and jeans during work, (which does sound quite enticing) the article couldn’t be more […]
We are joining Playworks, a nonprofit organization for Portland’s Shamrock Run this year. Several of our representatives will be participating in the 15K. Of all the organizations we could have joined we are proud to be part of the Playworks team because we feel like they are the “Archetype” of their […]
The management team attended Keys to Success in late January, a meeting for advanced training and networking, in Dallas, Texas. The Portland team won the first annual Northwest Olympics in Washington. President, Melissa White, attended the annual Organizational Retreat in Ocean City, MD. Part of our Portland team expanded to Las Vegas, Nevada and is […]
Will Lynam, a leader at Archetype, Inc., recently led a team of 5 people to Haiti this past summer. In addition to working full-time at Archetype, Will serves as the International Director for a local non-profit called Ncompass. The focus of their recent trip was to address the economic and social needs of the community. […]
There is an actual organization with the moniker “Keep Portland Weird!” Don MacLeod, owner of “Music Millennium”, one of the oldest record stores in the Northwest, founded “Keep Portland Weird” to help keep one of the main sources of PDX weirdness- its unique local businesses- alive.
Portland is home to much public art. One of the most notable pieces is known to locals as “Pull My Finger.” Located in front of the Michael Graves building in downtown Portland, Portlandia, resembling a female Neptune, but in reality modeled after the city seal, holds a trident in her left hand and holds her […]
Every square inch of the 24 Hour Church of Elvis, located for most of its history on Ankeny St., was covered with odd things. Vending machines, some of which spoke to you, might disgorge a trinket. For a price, you could get married… to yourself, someone else, your dog, the Universe… no discrimination here! Alas, […]