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
Construction on Phase I of the TechPlace business incubator began in October. Hardypond Construction is renovating about 20,000 SF of the former Navy aircraft maintenance building into a shared office and industrial space.
BRUNSWICK LANDING, Maine – The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority hosted a wall-breaking ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 4th at former Navy Building 250, the future home of TechPlace, Brunswick Landing’s Technology Accelerator. Rep. Mike Michaud, Maine Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner George Gervais, State Sen. Stan Gerzofski, and Brunswick Town Council Chair Benet Pols…Details