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.
Increasing Sales by Understanding Your Customer: TrueLine Founder, Haj Carr, to Host Workshop at Maine Startup & Create Week 2016
Maine Startup & Create Week is a weeklong event in Portland, Maine, which connects entrepreneurs and showcases the vibrant business community and startup potential in the Pine Tree State. We’re excited to announce TrueLine Publishing founder and CEO, Haj Carr, will be sharing his entrepreneurial insight in a Lightning Learning Lab.
It’s been a busy spring here at TrueLine Publishing. After revamping and redesigning the layout of our three leading, national trade journals — US Builders Review, US Business Executive and Canadian Business Executive — and launching the brand new US Builders Review website, the wheels started turning as to how we could bring our custom publishing solutions and expertise to new markets and new audiences.
Its 4:30 p.m. on a Friday night — while most people are preparing to leave the office and kickoff the weekend the excit ement is also building in the recreation room at Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine.
Preble Street celebrated 40 years in operation this year. The organization opened its doors in 1975 and has been working to help the hungry, homeless and low-income residences of Portland, Maine by providing free meals, food pantry service, shelter, access to clothing, phones, bathrooms, mail and other vital human resources such as health care, mental health treatment, employment opportunities and much more.
The Digital Magazine Awards are some of the most sought-after accolades in the world of digital publishing.