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From Northeastern University: 33 Northeastern entrepreneurs supported by 2024 Women Who Empower Innovator Awards

From Project Login: Podcast feature with Michelle DeBlois

From Tiny 4.0: We are thrilled to announce the 2024 Tiny fellows!

From Maine Technology Institute: Helping an EdTech Company Invest in Business Development

From New Ventures Maine: NVME Announces Fall 2023 Marketing Mini-Grant Awardees in Six Regions

From MaineBiz: "Turning the page: Maine boasts growing crop of independent bookstores, book-themed statups"

From News Center Maine: "Girls Who Code camp brings computer science education to young girls across ME"

From MaineBiz: “ReMo to participate in Dirigo Labs’ second business pitch competition on May 4th”

From Dirigo Labs: “Startup Accelerator Dirigo Labs Selects ReMo Into Their Second Accelerator Cohort”

From News Center Maine: “New wave of businesses ready to leave their mark in central Maine”

From Brianna Gadaleta, Bates College Senior: “Censorship in the classroom: A discussion of book banning and the increased trend of restriction in American Education.”

From News@Northeastern: “Startup reading app ReMo gets a big development push at Northeastern’s Roux Institute”

From LA Metro Chamber Breakfast: “Breakfast Club Interviews (Lost Valley)”

From Roux Institute: “Roux Institute selects ReMo into their 2022 Founder Residency Program”

From Edinno: “ReMo is an edinno.lab II cohort participant”

From Maine Technology Institute (MTI): “From Teachers to TopGun Winners”

From MaineBiz: “Lewiston Ed Tech Startup Takes Home Top Prize”

From MaineStartUp Insider: “EdTech App Wins $25k at Top Gun Pitch Event”

From Lewiston Sun-Journal: “Lewiston-Auburn Teachers’ Literacy App Wins Statewide Top Gun Pitch-off”

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