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Maine Manufacturer Acceleration Program - MMAP

Let MMAP help improve your products, reduce your costs and get your products to market faster.

Gain a Competitive Edge
The MMAP is the only business development program for Maine manufacturers designed to generate innovative growth through collaboration. We bring together some of the most experienced organizations in the state to focus on manufacturers' most challenging obstacle to growth. By combining resources and utilizing the proven tools of innovation engineering, we can help your company improve its bottom line.

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Wiscasset Newspaper featured Senator Angus King's visit to Maine Medicinal, sister company of Eldertide, one of this year's recipient of the SBA Tibbetts Award.

Maine MEP Manufacturer of the Year Award Recipients

2013: Kennebec Technologies, Augusta
2012: FHC Inc., Bowdoin
2011: Falcon Performance Footwear, Auburn
2010: Mathews Brothers, Belfast
2009: Inverness, Scarborough
2008: Kenway Corporation, Augusta
2007: Flotation Technologies, Biddeford
2006: CedarWorks, Rockport
2005: Designs by Lucinda, Portland
 

Maine Manufacturing Extension Partnership


Maine MEP is a unique resource for manufacturing and its supply chain in Maine.

We create opportunities for Maine’s small and medium sized manufacturers, by helping them become more efficient, productive and globally competitive.

We are an organization with a culture of innovation that leverages MEP resources in the application of new ideas to clients, products and processes in pursuit of profits.

Vision: To become Maine's premier provider of growth-based solutions for Maine?s small and medium size manufacturers.

Mission: To create profitable growth opportunities for Maine's small and medium sized manufacturers by helping them become more efficient, productive, and globally competitive.

Growth Based Solutions for Manufacturers


Competing effectively in the global marketplace of the 21st century requires steady access to information and knowledge applied to innovative strategies. Lots of it. Every day. Whether your customers are across town or across time zones. That means where you turn for help could be the most crucial business decision you make.

The Maine MEP is part of a nationwide network of technical, manufacturing and business specialists linked together by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST); the Maine MEP is a unique resource for manufacturing in Maine.


Maine MEP participated in the 6th Annual Maine State Chamber of Commerce Business Day at the State House
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Left to right: Muriel Mosher, Maine MEP president, Jaimie Logan and Brian Mulligan, Governor's Account Executives, and Larry Robinson, Maine MEP center director.



Maine MEP 2013 Manufacturing Excellence Award presented to Augusta-based Kennebec Technologies
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Left to right: State Representatives Lori Fowle and Matthew Pouliot, Wick Johnson (President, Kennebec Technologies), State Senators Linda Valentino and Roger Katz.
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Left to right: Muriel Mosher (President, Maine MEP), Larry Robinson (Center Director, Maine MEP), Wayne Messer (Maine MEP Senior Project Manager), Wick Johnson (President, Kennebec Technologies), Bill Whittier (Maine MEP, Project Manager) and Bob Doiron (Maine MEP, Senior Project Manager).
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Left to right: Lucy Sommo (MITC), Maria McIntyre (SBDC), Peter Pare (ME DOL), Wick Johnson (President Kennebec Technologies), George Gervais (DECD Commissioner), Lisa Martin (Executive Director, MAMe) and Dana Connors (President, Maine State Chamber of Commerce)
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Above: Maine Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner George Gervais plays a guitar handcrafted by Bourgeois Guitars in Lewiston during a visit of the shop on June 17, 2013, in celebration of Small Business Week.
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Above: During a tour of Maine MEP's client, Bourgeois Guitars in Lewiston, Maine, in celebration of Small Business Week (June 17-21), Bourgeois CEO John Karp (R) told Maine Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner George Gervais (middle) they’re experiencing a “record year.” To see how DECD can help your business grow and succeed, start by calling their Business Answers service at 1-800-872-3838. To reach a Maine MEP project manager call 1-207-623-0680.

Over the past year, Maine MEP clients* have reported that they:



* No client is surveyed more than once in a 12 month period. Data is from 4 Quarterly Surveys, which were conducted from October 2013 through August 2014. Clients are asked about impacts experienced over the past year.

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Maine Manufacturing Extension Partnership does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, disability, age, political affiliation or belief. This nondiscrimination policy encompasses the operation of all educational and training programs and activities. It also encompasses the employment of personnel and contracting for goods and services.

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