PORTLAND — Lloyd District-based Circle Media has developed hardware and software to make it easy for parents to monitor and control the Internet usage of children.
Which makes its partnership with entertainment giant Walt Disney Co. perfectly logical.
Thanks in part to the agreement, the startup is gaining traction in the market. The company, founded in 2014, has grown to 25 employees spread between the Portland headquarters and a Cypress, Calif.
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