Metal Toad Media is moving

It is with a light heart and a kick in our step that the Metal Toad team heads out to our new office. We're moving into whole 2nd floor of the Auditorium Building on SW 3rd Ave., just down the street from our old office in downtown Portland. The new space more than doubles our square footage and takes things up a step on the cool meter. It's a beautiful building with high ceilings, frescoed columns and huge tall windows.

The Auditorium Building in downtown Portland

We'll be building out the interior and making the space ours over the next few months, but in the interim we'll have plenty of space for the occasional pick up game of indoor flag football (it's big!) Once it's been properly configured, we'll be throwing a welcome/thank you party for all of our friends, family and toadites.

Phone numbers will stay the same as always, but the mailing address is new:

Metal Toad Media Headquarters (NEW)
920 SW 3rd Ave., 2nd Floor
Portland, OR 97204

Portland Web Development Map

We hope to see you soon!

About the Author

Joaquin Lippincott, CEO

Joaquin is a 20+ year technology veteran helping to lead businesses in the move to the Cloud. He frequently speaks on panels about the future of tech ranging from IoT and Machine Learning to the latest innovation in the entertainment industry.  He has helped to modernize software for industry leaders like Sony, Daimler, Intel, the Golden Globes, Siemens Wind Power, ABC, NBC, DC Comics, Warner Brothers & the Linux Foundation.

As the CEO and Founder of Metal Toad, an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner, his primary job is to "get the right people in the room".  This one responsibility is cross-functional and includes both external business development functions as well as internal delegation and leadership development.

A UCLA alumni, he also serves in the community as a Board Member for the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce, and Stand for Children Oregon - a public education political advocacy group. As an outspoken advocate for entry-level job creation in tech he helped found the non-profit, P4TH, an organization dedicated to increasing the number of entry-level jobs in the tech industry, and is in the process of organizing an Advisory Board for the Bixel Exchange, a Los Angeles non-profit that provides almost 200 tech internships every year.


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