Introducing Maine Innovation Nights!

Since 2009, Innovation Nights has helped launch more than 1500 new products and startups (ranging from apps to enterprise software to medical devices, consumer products and more). These companies have received more than $4B in collective funding, added thousands of jobs and had a major impact on the Boston region.

Now Innovation Nights is coming to Bangor. UpStart Maine is hosting an event with Bobbie Carlton, the founder of Innovation Nights. We’ll learn how Innovation Nights builds community and drives major visibility for free, using tools and techniques we all have easy access to.

Join us if you are an entrepreneur; an investor; a member of the local business community; a teacher or student with interest in entrepreneurial studies, marketing or business; or you just like cool new products or enjoy social media.


We’ll share how you can get involved in Maine Innovation Nights and what’s in it for you!





About Innovation Nights

Started in the Boston area, Innovation Nights helps people interested in innovative new products connect live and online. Since 2009, the organization has used social media to help launch more than 1,500 new products, which have collectively received more than $4 billion in funding. Follow MIN on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn or visit the website.


About UpStart Maine

UpStart Maine brings together the Bangor region's entrepreneurial programs. From the earliest networking and idea formation stage, through incubation and acceleration, UpStart’s coalition members are focused on supporting entrepreneurs. Programs include Big Gig, a business pitch competition; Top Gun, an entrepreneurial accelerator; ScratchPad, a smaller, more intensive seed accelerator; the UpStart Center for Entrepreneurship, a business incubator for scalable start-up companies; CoVort, a coworking space in Downtown Bangor; the Foster Center for Student Innovation, a UMaine facility for student entrepreneur and innovation support; and the Bangor Innovation Center, an incubator with "flex" space for offices and manufacturing. Learn more at UpStartMaine.org







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