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Community Support

Helping Immigrant and Minority-Owned Small Businesses Thrive in Maine. 

We are committed to fostering our community. That's why we provide consultations and coaching for businesses in our area to help adapt and integrate into our community. 


As a minority-owned small business ourself, we understand the barriers and hurtles many immigrants face when trying to establish their own businesses. That's why we support business owners across the state access resources, navigate bureaucratic requirements, and highlight their incredible talents and contribution to the Maine community. 

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Reach Out Today.

If you are a small business owner or you know of a small business owner who could use this kind of coaching and support, don't wait to ask for help. Reach out to us directly to find out more information about how we can partner with you. 

Proud to Celebrate Our Multicultural Community

Here are just a few of the inspiring minority-owned small businesses in Maine that we get to partner with. 

Ebenezer Akakpo is a Maine based small business owner who utilizes his Industrial design background to produce various products that include kitchenware, clothing, and jewelry.


How we Partnered Together: We continue to provide ongoing small business support for his brand "Akakpo" by assisting with grant writing support, leadership coaching, marketing and branding advice.  These services are provided as donated services the moment.

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