Article on so-called business incubators, with a focus on the seven-year old pro
Article on so-called business incubators, with a focus on the seven-year old program at Southern Maine Community College, the Center for Environmental Enterprise (CEE). The center is designed to encourage innovation-driven economic development, and to help entrepreneurs make their ideas profitable. On a smaller scale, the Portland Business Center on Congress Street provides micro-businesses with low-cost business space that is shared with other self-employed entrepreneurs. Laurence Kelly, president, predicts that this type of business center will soon be cropping up across the state. With additional comments by Nathan Towle, proprietor of Xanadu Communications; Curtis Roberts, founder of CauseComm, Ltd., a marketing cooperative; and Phil Helgerson, director of the applied technology center of the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development.
Giampetruzzi, Tony, "Article on so-called business incubators, with a focus on the seven-year old pro" (2004). Maine News Index – Portland Phoenix. 1560.
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