Long detailed article about Maine's seven Applied Technology Development Center
Long detailed article about Maine's seven Applied Technology Development Centers (ADTCs) and what it takes to make these business incubators work. With a focus the experiences of Holy Terra Products, a biopesticide maker, and Brims Ness, a sensor company, both of which are graduates of the Center for Environmental Enterprise, the ADTC located in South Portland. With a list of the ATDCs, providing the names and locations of the centers, their directors, opening dates, sector specialities, anchor tenants, incubator tenants, affiliates, and graduates. Each center encourages businesses in one of the following sectors: environmental technology; composites manufacturing; biotechnology; aquaculture; precision manufacturing; agriculture and forest products; and information technology. Phil Helgerson, is director of the overall ADTC network.
Applied Technology Development Centers, Brims Ness Corp, Business incubators, Holy Terra Products Inc
Cavallaro, Michaela, "Long detailed article about Maine's seven Applied Technology Development Center" (2003). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 2600.
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