Conference: November 13-15
Join us for Juice Conference 4.0!
Inspiring speakers, expertise building workshops, fun events, a variety of networking opportunities, and unique opportunities to discover Rockland…
There’s so much packed into this year’s conference, we can’t list it all here!
Get the Scoop on Juice Conference 4.0 at:
Registration is Open:
(Early Bird Ticket Price Available!)
Schedule of Events:
Thursday, 11/13/14: 7:30 – 9:00 pm
Songs Beyond Borders 2
Songs Beyond Borders 2 will be a true cross-border, musical culture exchange, featuring two Maine Artists, Denny Breau and Emilia Dahlin as well as two New Brunswick artists, Caroline Savoie and Danny Boudreau. Presented by Maine Arts Commission and Music NB.
Speakers, Workshops, Networking, and Performances
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Strand Theatre and Venues throughout Rockland
Visit http://www.juiceconference.org for details
Pecha Kucha Night, Strand Theatre
Doors Open at 6:30pm, Presentations at 7:00pm
PKN After Party, Trackside Station
Kick-off at 8:30, Band at 9:00
A fun night of music and dancing with band, Hello Newman
New this Year!
Saturday Tours and Workshop: 9:00am – 12:00pm
New this year! Three unique and exciting opportunities for learning and networking on Saturday morning. We’re celebrating downtown Rockland with two tours:
Tour 1: From Maine to Main Street: Agriculture, Aquaculture, Fisheries and Food Production. Come immerse yourself in downtown Rockland’s vibrant food scene during a leisurely-paced walking tour. Witness how community, technology, entrepreneurship, sustainability, and arts are all being utilized to successfully produce, distribute, and sell Maine’s food. While sampling delectable treats at several businesses, we will hear about the significance of the food production cluster in Maine along with the assistance that some of these venues are able to utilize to help them succeed.
Tour 2: Rockland Main Street Tour: Preservation and Innovation (more info to come!)
Workshop: Using Innovation Engineering to Think About Sustainability. What does sustainability mean to your organization? Staying in business for the long run? Using resources in an environmentally responsible way? Diversity and inclusion as a workforce strategy? During this highly interactive, creative, and fun workshop, we will use Innovation Engineering (TM) tools to help you think about sustainability for your situation. 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. The workshop will be led by Catherine Renault, a Certified Innovation Engineering Black Belt, and owner of Innovation Policyworks, located in Brunswick, ME.
Call for Volunteers:
If you’d like to help (and get a discounted ticket price as our “thank you”), contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started!
Sponsorship opportunities for promotion at the event and on our website and conference materials are available at a variety of levels. A great way to show your support for the creative economy!
Juice Conference is made possible by the support and partnership of these organizations: