Join Palo Alto Software’s CEO Sabrina Parsons at this year’s South By Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas. Sabrina will be hosting a mentor session called “Startup: The Path to Revenue and Cash.” From SXSW’s press: Having trouble generating revenue and making cash off your startup or small business? Learn from serial entrepreneur and [...]
This year Palo Alto Software celebrated the holidays with a larger-than-ever team and a focus on community. Employees brought their families to our brand-new office space to enjoy a dinner catered by local restaurant Agate Alley Bistro, and CEO Sabrina Parsons gave everyone custom bags from Eugene-based Archival Clothing. LivePlan developer Adam Becker’s son was looking [...]
It’s not every day a United States Congressman tours your office. The entire staff at Palo Alto Software was pleased to welcome Congressman Peter DeFazio to our office today to show him what we do help small businesses everywhere.
We just got an update from the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Lane County about the pair Palo Alto Software sponsored this past winter. We’re super proud of Tom and Chip and want to share their story with you.
What have business planning and reducing pollution in Angkor Wat, Cambodia have in common? Not a lot you may think but you’d be wrong! In fact one of the participants in this years McKinsey Mekong Business Plan Challenge 2011 (co-sponsored by Palo Alto Software) wrote a fantastic business plan seeking to encourage the adaption of environmentally friendly transport in the region.
Our Vice President of Marketing, Marci Hansen, is something of a marketing rock star. She’s worked for some big names, including Eddie Bauer, Amazon.com, and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), and in 2005 was named Brandweek’s Guerilla Marketer of the Year. So when she was the featured speaker at the Eugene area Smart-ups PubTalk on January 20, it was only mildly surprising that the event was sold out.