Google, AOL veteran chooses Oklahoma City for startup

Innovation and entrepreneurs: PinLeague an innovative leader in Oklahoma City's growing tech industry.
Published: April 23, 2013

PinLeague has had paying customers from Day One. The company has bootstrapped its first-year growth without external investment or outbound sales and is working with i2E on its first round of startup financing. PinLeague serves clients as diverse as Target, Gannett and the Humane Society.

“People seek us out,” Maloney said. “We have a really innovative product and have gotten some great coverage from technology bloggers who specialize in the Pinterest space.”

Imagine, as Danny Maloney does, the next wave of technology innovation. “We are going to see 10 more tech markets like Austin and Boulder emerge across the country,” he said. “Oklahoma City should be one of them.”

Scott Meacham is president and CEO of i2E Inc., a nonprofit corporation that mentors many of the state's technology-based startup companies. i2E receives state appropriations from the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology. Contact Meacham at

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More than 40 percent of Pinterest members use Pinterest to associate with retailers and brands with which they identify. Nearly 70 percent of online consumers who visit Pinterest find an item they then purchase.

SOURCE: Bizrate

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