Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine 
Association of private companies, government agencies, educational institutions & non-profit organizations committed to advancing the "clean tech" sector’s sustainable job growth, research & development, & new product commercialization. Monthly forums are usually held at the Maine Audubon Educational Center in Falmouth, ME. E2Tech membership is for organizations and individuals engaged in Maine's environmental and energy sectors interested in the growth of Maine's clean technology economy.

Maine BioScience Association
Umbrella organization of Maine’s biotechnology community that includes the Bioscience Association of Maine (Maine’s biotechnology trade organization) as well as the Center for Innovation in Biotechnology (an educational nonprofit organization that fosters interactions between members of Maine’s biotechnology sector).

Maine Entrepreneurs LinkedIn Discussion Group
Join this LinkedIn discussion group to see & email other >500 members of that group. Networking meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of every month at the offices of Bernstein Shur,5th Floor, West Tower, 100 Middle Street, Portland. Contact: Kirk Hill,, 207-619-0998

Maine Women’s Network 
State-wide nonprofit membership organization with multiple chapters including Androscoggin, Midcoast, and Portland hosting monthly chapter meetings.

Portland-based network of young business leaders affiliated with the Portland Regional Chamber as an independent network.  Present annual “entreverge awards” which pay tribute to the skills, passion, and commitment of greater Portland’s entrepreneurs.  Recipients are selected & recognized for their innovation and contribution to the Maine business community.

Pub Hub 
Free monthly Entrepreneur/Innovation event series put on by the Casco Bay Technology Hub for the greater Portland business community to learn, share ideas, and grow together. Each month a featured speaker shares their experiences & insights on technology.

Realize Maine
Realize Maine connects Maine's young professional networking groups. Affiliated regional groups include: Fusion:Bangor, Midcoast Magnet, Momentum Aroostoock, PROPEL, YPLAA, and Spark. Contact: A program of the Maine Development Foundation.

Think Local Community Networking
Dedicated to helping individuals and small businesses grow through effective networking and relationship building, while supporting local non-profit organizations.

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Company Stage at Initial Investment

Pre-Revenue   41%

Post-Revenue 59%

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Total Maine Angels Investment Per Company

Up to $100k  26%

$100-$199k  26%

$200-$399k  28%

Over $400k   19%

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Invested Company Locations

Maine        47%

New England  46%

Other          7%

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