Lewiston, Maine – December 31, 2016– Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. Konica Minolta today announces that Budget Document Technology of Lewiston, Maine has been honored with a 2016 Pro-Tech Service Award at the Art of Disruption Dealer Conference in Los Angeles. Presented by Konica Minolta CEO, Tom Taiko, President and COO Rick Taylor and EVP, Dealer Sales, Alan Nielsen, the Pro-Tech Award recognizes those Konica Minolta dealerships that demonstrate the highest commitment to customer support and satisfaction.
“Konica Minolta is committed to assuring the highest performance standards across our organization,” says James Ingrassia, vice president, solutions support division, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. “The Pro-Tech Service Award represents achievement of Konica Minolta’s highest standards for dealer service and proficiency.”
On Tuesday, November 15 the Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce welcomed the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's President and CEO Eric Rosengren to the stage. President Rosengren's presentation attracted national attention, as he was able to give some insight into the federal reserve's future plans.
Scroll below to see President Rosengren's full presentation or read articles from the presentation.
With a new school year comes a new chance to volunteer and impact Portland Region’s students. Returning for the 2016-17 is Portland High School’s Bulldog Block, which affords Greater Portland’s business community an opportunity to teach and connect with students at Portland High School.
The Bulldog block, which is run through Jobs for Maine’s Graduates (JMG) program, exposes students to relevant and interesting topics of their choosing via volunteer presenters from Portland’s business community.
The Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the additions of Vice President Jahnna Steindl and Membership Development Manager Tony Silvernagel as the organization continues to make the case for growth in the Greater Portland Region.
The Maine State Council of the Society for Human Resources Management (MESHRM) has announced finalists in the 11th annual "Best Places to Work in Maine" program. The 2016 Best Places to Work in Maine list recognizes companies that have established and consistently fostered outstanding workplace environments. In June, the program manager, Best Companies Group, gathered information from all nominees including; employee benefits, workplace policies and employee responses to a comprehensive satisfaction survey. This data is used to determine one winner in each business category.
The program is part of a long-term initiative to encourage growth and excellence throughout all Maine companies. All participating companies receive an “Employee Feedback Report” in an effort to help Maine businesses improve their scores. The report summarizes employee engagement, satisfaction data and includes the transcript of employees’ written comments.
The report is used by many organizations to make significant improvements in their workplace culture. The top 10 winners from each category will be revealed in ranked order at an awards banquet on October 4th and will receive a feature story in Mainebiz.
A special congratulations to the 2016 Best Places to Work in Maine Chamber members: