TechPlace member Harbor Digital Systems’ team of experts can help individuals and businesses navigate the technological mazes in life. So when Make-A-Wish Maine recently ran into its own maze of technological questions, Harbor Digital was ready to help. Make-A-Wish was on a mission to grant the wish of 16-year-old Tommy. Tommy lives with a severe…Details
TechPlace has been open for only six months, but one of its members is already gaining recognition for its innovation. After advancing through two rounds of the Greenlight Maine contest, STARC Systems stands as a semifinalist and Chris MacKenzie, STARC’s Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, has some newfound experience in front of television…Details
On Thursday, July 9th at 4 p.m. in the classroom at TechPlace, two Account Executives from Maine’s Department of Economic and Community Development will be sharing information on State and regional programs that can benefit your company. This is your chance to learn, ask questions, and make connections. Jaimie Logan and Brian Doyle will be…Details
Gov. LePage calls TechPlace, Brunswick Landing’s Technology Accelerator and business incubator, a gem for the State of Maine during ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Sawyer Fredericks of “The Voice” TV show on NBC chooses same brand of instrument as idol and fellow Bourgeois guitar player Ray LaMontagne, a Lewiston native.
Bourgeois has recently opened a manufacturing shop in TechPlace, Brunswick Landing’s new technology accelerator and business incubator facility.
The Maine Center for Entrepreneurial Development held an workshop for its Top Gun program at TechPlace last week. Here are a few photos of the event.
Touching base with the Director It’s been an old-fashioned Maine winter with record amounts of snow in many parts of the State. Brunswick Landing has been no exception. If you’ve driven around campus recently, you’ve probably noticed some of our snow banks are more than 10 feet high. They’re so high they obscure the view…Details
New Manufacturing Business Incubator and Technology Accelerator Begins Accepting the Future Stars of Maine’s Innovation Economy Contacts: Steve Levesque, MRRA Executive Director | Kristine Schuman, TechPlace Administrator Phone: 207-798-6512 | Website: techplacemaine.us January 28th, 2015 BRUNSWICK LANDING, Maine — The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (MRRA) is pleased to announce the opening of TechPlace, Brunswick Landing’s…Details
Maine Voices: Incubation process maximizes odds that new small businesses will survive, thrive By Steve Levesque, Executive Director, Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority BRUNSWICK — I recently had the opportunity to attend a conference in San Francisco where the focus was on how to support entrepreneurial development on closed military installations. Many of the speakers (public…Details