It was easy for business owners to say what their businesses do and how, but when it came to why their business keep chugging along—as in, what’s the point?—a recent workshop turned into a game of hot potato.
It’s common to ask “what do you do?” when first meeting someone. The same applies to companies; we recognize them for what they produce.
Alison McNeaney wanted to study abroad in Australia but ended up in Austria. For the anthropology major and historic preservation enthusiast, it wasn’t a bad trade off.
Patrick aka “PJ” is TrueLine’s resident Big Friendly Giant. With fingers the size of bananas, a head the size of a county fair winning watermelon and a heart as sweet as a maraschino cherry, Mr. Rose would make a fruit sculpture so large it could feed a small nation.
Want to know more about TrueLine Publishing and what we stand for? Our CEO, Haj Carr, sat down with Marty Grohman of The Grow Maine Show podcast, to share insights into our growing business, expose the nuances of our company culture and what sorts of projects we’re working on.
For the second year in a row, TrueLine Publishing has participated in the United Way of Greater Portland’s (UWGP) Give It Forward, Get it Back campaign, which encourages people and organizations to come together to make measurable progress in strengthening our community through volunteer and monetary donations.
We are proud to announce that TrueLine Publishing was recently named one of the 2016 Best Places to Work in Maine.
The most successful enterprises are ones that serve their customers unlike anyone else. These companies are in touch with their customers’ current needs and are able to anticipate what they will need down the road.
We’re excited to announce TrueLine Publishing was nominated for the 2016 entreverge Awards! entreverge is hosted by PROPEL, a networking organization devoted to Greater Portland’s next generation business leaders. The annual entreverge award ceremony recognizes entrepreneurs and innovators whose businesses exhibit a scalable vision for the future and a long-term commitment to the people, place and prosperity of Maine.