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Workforce issues take center stage at Mainebiz 'Five on the Future' panel

Maureen Milliken |

Finding, recruiting and retaining workers continues to top the list of concerns across Maine industries, panelists agreed at Tuesday’s Mainebiz “Five on the Future” program in...

Casco Systems moves into custom-built Cumberland headquarters

Laurie Schreiber |

The engineering and systems integration firm will occupy 12,000 square feet of the new 20,000-square-foot building, the first phase of a development that also will include townhouses and commercial...

Diverse group of organizations land Maine Community Foundation broadband grants

Staff |

Organizations from York to Penobscot County will share $130,000 in grants awarded by the Maine Community Foundation to 11 communities to increase broadband access across Maine.

Travel, hospitality businesses will be guided by Gen Z, WEX report says

Maureen Milliken |

An increasing focus on technology and the preferences of Generation Z — those age 20 and under — will drive travel trends in the future, according to the 2019 Travel Trends and...

New year brings new resolutions for business leaders

Renee Cordes |

With the new year upon us, Mainebiz asked business and nonprofit leaders about their business resolutions for 2019, including hiring and growth plans. Here in no particular order is our...

Redzone completes 2018 expansion, with more to come in 2019

Staff |

Redzone Wireless LLC announced completion of broadband networks in four towns across the state, and said plans to expand to another 25 towns in 2019 will be announced in January.

MTI reports on record funding year in 2018

Staff |

The Maine Technology Institute released its 2018 annual report highlighting a record year of financial support to Maine companies and said it will unveil a new funding approach in March.

MTI seeks innovative forest resource technology proposals

Staff |

The Maine Technology Institute is looking for innovative proposals for deploying forest technology in the state, with $1.5 million in grants available to winners.

Software company expands into Maine with Portland office

Staff |

Rapid Insight, an analytics software solutions company based in Conway, N.H., has expanded into Maine with a new office at 120 Exchange St. in Portland.

Coalition calls for expanding computer science education in Maine

Staff |

The Maine State Chamber of Commerce and other entities on Friday unveiled a coalition to promote computer science education for all Maine students from kindergarten through grade 12.

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