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Posted: December 11, 2012

GET NETWORKED

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Networking in Southern Maine

GREENDRINKS
Greendrinks makes it easy for the green-minded to get together to network, socialize, drink local, and chat about sustainability. Each month, the event highlights local nonprofits, organizations, and businesses doing environmentally friendly work.
portlandgreendrinks.com

PROPEL
Monthly gatherings of young Portland professionals, including a lunch series highlighting local businesses and After Hours.
www.propelportland.org

BUY LOCAL
Endeavoring to keep Portland indedepedent, Buy Local hosts regular mixers at downtown businesses to highlight their work and promote the awesome ways we can shop close to home.
www.portlandbuylocal.org

FACEBOOK MAINE
Dig the Facebook? Network in person with the people you often run into online. Events are free and typically held at a local watering hole. (Next event Dec 19 at Spread.)
www.facebook.com/groups/46734212199/

MAINE TWEETUP
Tend to take it to the Twitter? Stay privy to local tweetups by following @mainetweetup and make connections with folks you’ve probably already met – sorta.
twitter.com/mainetweetup

DOWNEAST PRIDE ALLIANCE
The DownEast Pride Alliance (DEPA) is an GLBT & gay-friendly business networking group. The events are free and all are welcome for some cocktails & conversation.
(Next event Dec 18 at Cumberland Club.)
www.depabusiness.com

2 DEGREES PORTLAND
“A network of people who want to sustain and grow the city’s economy by welcoming creators, innovators, entrepreneurs, and thinkers to the area — a sort of 21st century welcome wagon.” They host get-togethers every other month.
2degreesportland.org

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