Blue Economy Facilities Resource Map
Connecting entrepreneurs to regional facilities and expertise.
Success of the Blue Economy Innovation Corridor depends on strengthening the network of institutions around the Gulf of Maine region to provide support to entrepreneurs in the marine sector. Many institutional resources are available to startups but identifying and comparing opportunities has been a challenge. With this Resource Map, Gulf of Maine Ventures and SeaAhead aim to help startups find and connect with the R&D facilities or content area expertise to jumpstart the next phase of their growth.
- Help entrepreneurs locate facilities and other resources integral to developing and scaling their businesses.
- Connect the robust network of partners, industry resources, and supportive services that are the foundation of regional blue economy growth.
The Gulf of Maine is a hotbed for marine innovation.
Use the map below to locate facilities and resources throughout the region or scroll down to explore detailed information.
Find the support you need.
This table allows you to search, filter, and sort the facility list to find what you need. Selecting a card will expand the record with more detailed information about the resource’s capacity and contact information.
We welcome your feedback. Edits for current entries or suggestions for new facilities to add can be requested here.
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This project is generously sponsored through the EDA SPRINT challenge.
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