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Type: Private
Industry: Internet
Founded: USA, 2007
Headquarters: 2828 Corbett Ave, Suite 118
Portland, OR 97201
Country: USA
Products: dotCal
Facebook: neutralspace
LinkedIn: neutralspace
Twitter: TwitterIcon.png@neutralspace
Key People
Danton Mendell, CEO

Chip Lewis, VP Operations
Oliver Ortiz, Director of Strategic Relations
Jon Dodson, Lead Web Developer
Anthony Mack, Senior Front End Developer

NeutralSpace is a start-up that has developed dotCal, a centralized calendar-hub with a built-in social and advertising features that will connect dissimilar calendar systems and silos in a smooth and seamless fashion.[1]

NeutralSpace is a member of CalConnect, the Calendaring and Scheduling Consortium. It is also a member of the Members of the CalDav Consortium.


NeutralSpace was founded in 2007 at the Portland State Business Accelerator, aiming to use wiki technology to create a city guide. Later, the company changed its focus to social networking in the calendar/city guide space.[2]

Advisory Board

  • Bill Babcock (CEO, Babcock & Jenkins) – Marketing advisor
  • Spencer Brown (Retired CEO, Euro RSCG) – Mergers and acquisitions advisor
  • Edmon Chung (CEO, DotAsia Organization) – Registry operations advisor
  • Janet Johnson (Partner, Johnson Partners) – Social media advisor
  • Kent Lewis (CEO, Anvil Media) – SEO advisor
  • Dr. Bart Massey (Professor, Portland State University) – A.I. and open-source advisor
  • David White (VP of Business Development, FlightStats ) – Web advisor
  • Jack Williamson (Former CFO, SnapNames) – Financial overview advisor
  • David Evans (KPMG Accounting) – Tax Advisors
  • Brenda Meltebeke (Partner, Ater Wynne Legal) – Legal oversight


  • dotCal- an application that allows users to find and schedule events, and share them through social networking
  • ns-mail- powers fully managed HTML email campaigns as well as simple HTML email