USM Corporate Partners
Moderator Shana Cook Mueller leads a discussion with leadership from four municipalities on how transportation needs are addressed in their planning process to support their community and economic growth
Planes, trains and automobiles--what drives Maine? Join us for the first of a two-part series on transportation. It is crucial to our every day lives and our economy. Decisions made today will define land use for decades. Our panel will share the history, the sources of support, the economic benefits and the future of transportation in Maine.
Baker Newman Noyes completed three mergers. The firm is committed to providing its clients with valuable services and greater specializations as their firm grows. The leadership team will provide insight on how they successfully brought together teams across state borders into the Baker Newman Noyes team.
Breakfast with John Traynor, Chief Investment Officer, People's United Bank Wealth Management. Whether you are an investment professional, a member of your company's team reviewing retirement plans, managing your own portfolio or if you are interested in learning how all things are connected, John Traynor has some tips for you.
Dr. Cummings joined the University community this summer as USM's 13th President. President Cummings shares his vision for USM and took questions at our annual Corporate Partners Opening Breakfast.
It all started in 1845 with a spring found in Poland and now it is the leading brand of bottles water in the nation. Lean more about the history, the people, the company today and its future in a multi-billion dollar industry.
This was the second of two events featuring discussions with business leaders about investing in Maine’s future. The presenters represented new companies who, despite the negative press about the cost of doing business in Maine, chose to bring their business here as a part of their growth strategy.
Everyone wants to talk about being innovative, but how do you do it and get results? Two companies from different sectors began to apply creative problem solving with the help of a new curriculum co-designed by USM and the Maine Center for Creativity.
The Portland Downtown District, Creative Portland and the Greater Portland Convention and Visitors Bureau present to USM Corporate Partners their individual and collaborative efforts to promote the greater Portland area.