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Juice Conference 4.0

  • Thursday, November 13, 2014
  • Saturday, November 15, 2014
  • Strand Theatre, Rockland, Maine

Juice Conference 4.0 is designed to generate energy and to be a conductor for ideas and action - connecting people and ideas to the creative economy to spark growth and prosperity. The Conference theme, "Imagining Trust", will explore the idea of building communities where innovation and creativity can flourish. Whether you're an entrepreneur, innovator, industry leader, artist or community leader, we invite you to Juice to connect, collaborate, and create opportunities for economic expansion.

Juice 4.0 will feature
state and regional leaders from the sectors of arts & culture, community development, green industries, entrepreneurship, and technology & innovation.
The conference is a multi-venue event in downtown Rockland with networking venues, performances, and how-to seminars with a focus on cross-pollination of industries including Arts & Culture, Community Development, Green Industry, Entrepreneurship, and Technology & Innovation.

Conference Highlights:
  • Plenary speakers
  • Breakout Sessions featuring leaders from Maine and New England
  • Skill-building seminars on product development, marketing, public speaking & more
  • State wide Pecha Kucha featuring presenters from each conference discipline
  • Downtown Rockland parties and all-day networking venues


Clean Energy Panel

Friday, November 14, 2:15 - 3:45 pm (location TBA)

Maine's clean energy entrepreneurs are looking to advance our state's energy and economic future. Their work from tidal and wind to energy efficiency is a sector of our economy to be watched. What have been their challenges and accomplishments? What are the lessons to be learned for other sectors of the economy? With implications for businesses in many sectors, this interactive discussion will be an exploration of the energy future of Maine. Panelists include: 

  • Nicholas Cabral – Partner, Goose River Hydro
  • Ryan Hamilton - Co–Founder & Managing Partner, Interphase Energy
  • George Haselton - Harvest Energy
  • John Luft – Liberty Branch Manager, ReVision Energy
  • Michael Stoddard, Executive Director, Efficiency Maine & E2Tech Board Member (moderator)

Innovation Engineering Workshop

Saturday, November 15, 9 am-12 pm (location TBA)

What does sustainability mean to your organization? Staying in business for the long run? Using resources in an environmentally responsible way? Energy efficiency? Diversity and inclusion as a workforce strategy?

During this workshop, we will use Innovation Engineering (TM) tools to help you think about sustainability for your situation. This will be a highly interactive session. You will get to think about your own goals, but also help others clarify theirs. You will leverage the diversity of the other participants to come up with ideas to tackle your opportunities and challenges, and learn ways to systematically make progress towards these goals. Expect to re-connect with your creative side and have fun as well.

Innovation Engineering is a system for creating a system of innovation in your organization by everyone, everywhere, every day that results in increased speed and decreased risk. It is based in the principles of Deming, and includes education in what, why, and how to innovate, creates alignment of strategy and operations, enables the courage to fail and continually learn, builds capacity through collaboration, and most importantly, creates value and profit! This workshop is being led by Catherine Renault, a Certified Innovation Engineering Black Belt, and owner of Innovation Policyworks, located in Brunswick, ME.

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E2Tech: Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine

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