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Lawyers in Libraries 2018

posted: , by Williams Bandoma
tags: Recommended Reads | Adults | Business | Government

Please join us for “Lawyers in Libraries” as part of the statewide celebration of “Law Week 2018”. Lawyers from the Maine Bar will be in the Library (Portland Public Library) to provide Mainers with an information session, answer to legal questions, offer legal advice and provide referrals to low cost or free legal services for their issues.  In addition, some attendees will have the opportunity for a brief private consultation with the attorneys about personal legal matters.

Lawyers in Libraries 2018 is FREE.

Date: 05-15-18

Time: 10am – 12pm

Venue: Rines Auditorium.


Business Breakfast Forum: HR Right Now.

posted: , by Williams Bandoma
tags: Adults | Business | Government

Gun control, marijuana legalization, sexual harassment: Controversies that dominate the headlines also have an impact on the workplace. This forum will cover how Human Resource departments are responding to legal and cultural shifts that affect employees. Does a workplace need to develop rules around bringing guns to work? How could drug-testing impact employment when marijuana is now legal in the state? And how closely should employers take another look—or even a first—at their harassment policies and disciplinary procedures?

Join us and ask questions of your own, while sharing coffee and light breakfast with Greater Portland’s business community.

This event is free with registration.

DATE AND TIME

Wed, Apr. 11, 2018

7:30 AM – 9:00 AM EST

Doors open at 7:15 a.m.

The program begins at 7:45 a.m.

To register, follow


A Guide to Maine’s Resources for Entrepreneurs 3rd Edition

posted: , by Williams Bandoma
tags: Recommended Reads | Adults | Business

 

This guide provides a starting point for entrepreneurs seeking resources in the state of Maine. It is also designed to help individuals and organizations that support and guide entrepreneurs and startups and are looking for ways to match resources with those in need. The following categories of resources are included:

  • Training, Technical Assistance & Mentoring
  • Financing & Capital
  • Incubators & Workspaces
  • Libraries
  • Networking & Advocacy
  • State & Regional Economic Development

Recurring Conferences & Events are listed as well.

The Maine Small Business Guide published by the SBA (Small Business Administration) is another resource of value to entrepreneurs and startups. While there is a fair amount of overlap, it also includes success stories and how-tos along with additional industry-specific resources.

The Guide

 

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