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Events.

We hope you can join us.

Aquaculture isn't Scary. It's Necessary

We’re pleased to be bringing back one of our favorite annual events, "Aquaculture Isn't Scary, It's Necessary". We do this each year around Halloween and we convene people, companies, and project leaders for a fun and educational conversation focused on aquaculture. The format is simple and engaging, with networking, a panel discussion, and an audience led Q&A. This year, we're encouraging COSTUMES for those that want to get into the Halloween spirit.  

PANEL FEATURING

 

Attendees will enjoy oysters from Maine Oyster Company, frosty beverages, and snacks as well as conversations with a lovely bunch of Blue Economy enthusiasts.

Sponsored by:

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN

THE BLUE ECONOMY SERIES

The “Entrepreneurship in the Blue Economy” series was created to share the stories of ocean-focused ventures in Maine. As is true with business incubation in general, this series endeavors to give both budding and established businesspeople a platform to share their story, an opportunity to cite particular areas of need, and an environment to connect with a supportive and engaged audience. Each meeting will vary in size and location, but all will weave together elements of experiential learning, open discussion, and professional networking into a dynamic 2-hour session. With this series, the New England Ocean Cluster and its event collaborators, Maine Center Ventures and Startup Maine, are seeking to initiate a dialog that is inclusive, supportive of growth, and fostering of strong relationships.

PAST EVENTS

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WALK THE WORKING

WATERFRONT

EXPLORING THE PIERS AND WHARVES
Saturday, June 1, 2024
11:00 - 3:00
Commercial Street, Portland Maine
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