Title

"Next List" with profiles of people who are shaping the future of Maine's econom

Authors

Source

Mainebiz

Date

10-16-2006

Pages

1, 18-21, 23-27

Abstract

"Next List" with profiles of people who are shaping the future of Maine's economy. With profiles of: David Patch, president of Precision Light Systems in Brunswick; Hannah Pingree and Josh Tardy, state representatives from North Haven and Newport; Carol Noonan, founder of the Stone Mountain Arts Center in Brownfield; Mitchell Rasor, principal of MRLC landscape design firm in Yarmouth; Wendy Porter, director of environmental management at InterfaceFABRIC in Bangor; D'arcy Main-Boyington and Tanya Pereira, director of economic development and economic development specialist for the city of Brewer; Tim Spalding, founder of Portland-based LibraryThing; and Jeffrey Wood, president of eHope in Westbrook.

Subjects

Entrepreneurs, Business firms Maine

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