19 on '19: 19 Business Leaders Weigh In on Maine's Economy
Nineteen business leaders share their perspectives on Maine's economic outlook for 2019, including: Molly C. Reinfried, a financial planner with HM Payson; Jeff Lind, an insurance executive at Clark Insurance; Chip Kelley, an executive at KeyBank; Kevin French of Landry/French Construction; Amanda Rector, the Maine state economist; Patrick Scully, managing partner at Bernstein Shur; Pete Dufour, CPA; Matt Tracy, president of M. Leonard International Inc.; Amanda Rand, president of Spinnaker Trust; Sue Spann, realtor; Rick Wolf of the B&B Team; Steve Lyons, director of the Maine Office of Tourism; Jim Damicis, an executive at Camion Associates; Peter Horch of Horch Roofing; Community Health Options President Kevin Lewis; Margo Walsh, founder of industrial staffing company MaineWorks; Bryan Thompson, CEO of Thompson-Hamel LLC financial firm; Christina Kane-Gibson, the events and marketing director of the city if Caribou; Nate Wildes, executive director of Live and Work in Maine; CEO of Town & Country Federal Credit Union, David Libby; JB Turner, president of Front Yard Shipyard; and Christine Cummings, executive director of the Maine Grocers & Food Producers Association.
Economic development, Economic conditions
staff, Mainebiz, "19 on '19: 19 Business Leaders Weigh In on Maine's Economy" (2019). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 7481.