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Mike has assisted over 1,000 entrepreneurs in his career and specializes in working with startups in the Ideation and Incubation stages, as these entrepreneurs work to validate their market and identify their business model.
As the operational lead for the accelerator, Susan works with entrepreneurs, mentors, and stakeholders to ensure the successful execution of the program. Additionally, she provides preliminary startup consultation and facilitates connections between founders and resources such as economic development and investment opportunities
Emalee is responsible for developing and managing relationships between statewide startup accelerators, incubators, and startup companies to ensure successful use of the DL platforms and suite of services.
Garvan provides consultations to entrepreneurs on business planning, site selection, and funding, and recruits tech-based firms to the region.
Sabrina is responsible for implementing the Central Maine Growth Council and Dirigo Lab’s communications and media strategies, assisting in the creation of workforce development initiatives, and providing outreach to local and regional businesses.
Gabe is responsible for supporting, planning and advancing a program of economic development for CMGC and the City of Waterville. His work directly supports businesses, employment, and growing the tax base throughout the area while facilitating the implementation of both public and private investment.
As Business Relations Manager of Main Street Skowhegan, Patric Moore leads our entrepreneurship ecosystem work, which includes but is not limited to, managing the Skowhegan Center for Entrepreneurship, working on real estate redevelopment projects, and assisting local business owners and entrepreneurs start and grow within Skowhegan.
Kristina is responsible for overseeing and managing economic and community development activity in Skowhegan, which includes overseeing the Skowhegan Center for Entrepreneurship.