UpStart Maine Newsletter October 2020

October 2020 Edition

Ellsworth-based startup Gel Hydration Technologies is launching its innovative solution to canine dehydration in the coming months. Their convenient gel products are 97% water to maximize hydration, disguised as tasty human-grade treats that dogs-on-the-go will gobble up. Read More

Bragging Rights

+KinoTek, an UpStart Maine veteran, was one of just six companies accepted into the leAD Lake Nona Sports & Health Tech Accelerator in Florida and will receive $75,000 in pre-seed funding for 8% equity in their company. Read more +Cerahelix, a Bangor Innovation Center & UpStart Center tenant, announced that their Chief Operating Officer was promoted to the role of CEO. Read more + AIT Bridges, a former UpStart Center tenant & UMaine spinoff, is installing its new composite tub girders in the Grist Mill Bridge replacement in Hampden, and it's the first bridge in the country to use the new girders. Read more


+Big Gig was featured in Mainebiz for the upcoming launch of their completely virtual season of pitch-off events that allows them to now work with even more entrepreneurs statewide. Read more

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