It seems to be a common theme around here. “Waterville is undergoing a renaissance,” said Waterville City Manager, Mike Roy Read More »
The Northern Border Regional Commission will award $1,356,000 in grant funding to improve local infrastructure and to encourage private sector investments in six Maine communities. Read More »
The U.S. Small Business Administration is awarding $161,000 to the Maine International Trade Center in Portland to help Maine’s small businesses boost exports. Read More »
In an effort to cut the distance from farm to fork, a vegetable farmer and a butcher shop owner decided to set up a year-round store selling fresh, local foods closer to the people who buy them. Read More »
Blue Marble Geographics said it’s moving into a bigger office building in Hallowell this fall as the software company continues to grow sales of its affordable global mapping tool. Read More »
Argo Marketing Group of Lewiston topped the list of nine Maine companies that were named as some of the country’s fastest-growing private companies by Inc. magazine. Read More »
Peter DelGreco of Maine & Co. gave me a call early this year about a pair of fashion designers who were intent on starting a shoe brand in Maine.
BELFAST, Maine — Deep inside the Athena Operations Lodge, a massive, complicated machine gulps up envelopes, slices them open and extracts, scans and deposits the checks inside almost faster than the eye can process.
Selects Argo Marketing of Maine as delivery partner, paves the way for a technology led services opportunity for the State. iYogi, the world’s largest independent consumer tech support services brand is setting up its first Global Technology Services Center in North America, in Lewiston, Maine.