Foster Center’s Renee Kelly named Mainebiz 2022 Woman to Watch

University of Maine assistant vice president of innovation and economic development Renee Kelly has been named a 2022 Woman to Watch by Mainebiz. The designation recognizes top-notch women executives, women whose daily work strengthens their organizations, and by extension, Maine’s economy. Read the full UMaine News story and check out Renee’s Mainebiz profile.

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Announcing the 2022 Foster Center Innovation Award winners

The University of Maine’s Foster Center for Innovation has announced the winners of its inaugural Innovation Awards, who will be honored in a ceremony at the center April 14 as part of Maine Impact Week. The Innovation Awards were developed to recognize and celebrate the students, faculty, staff and alumni who are working to commercialize university […]

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TrustedRentr launches software platform

TrustedRentr, a graduate of the Foster Center for Innovation, has officially launched its service in Maine and is now accepting both landlords and tenants onto a platform that is designed to streamline the residential leasing process for all parties.  “TrustedRentr is excited to announce the official launch of our service and very excited to do […]

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