Title

Profiles of five Maine entrepreneurs who balance full-time professional jobs wit

Source

Mainebiz

Date

6-27-2005

Pages

1, 14-17

Abstract

Profiles of five Maine entrepreneurs who balance full-time professional jobs with their own startup ventures. Those profiled are: Brian Fish, a software project manager who designs and builds wood-frame beach chairs for his side business, Oh Yeah Comfy; Margaret Minister O'Keefe, a Portland attorney and founder of m. minister, a clothing line featuring skirts; C. Waite Maclin, an ordained Episcopal priest who runs a private therapy and consulting practice, and also produces Pastor Chuck's Apple Butter; Eric Carson, the director of economic development in Westbrook and owner of Royal River Winery; and Dan Marois, a health care marketing executive whose side business is running Mystery for Hire, a murder mystery dinner theater troupe.

Subjects

Entrepreneurs, Carson, Erik, Fish, Brian, Macliln, C Waite, Marois, Dan, O'Kelly, Charles

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