Central Maine Business Notes: Golden Pond Wealth Management Welcomes Two Partners

WATERVILLE – Golden Pond Wealth Management has announced that Katherine Higgins and Alexis Bowman have joined the team as Client Service Associates.

Bowman recently earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management from Thomas College in 2020 and a master’s degree in business administration in 2021.

Higgins graduated from Husson University with her Masters of Business Administration in 2021.

Mainebiz Five on the Future Forum: A Look at the Whole of Maine’s Future Economy

PORTLAND – Mainebiz will host the Mainebiz Five on the Future Forum: A Look at Maine’s Future Economy from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 15 at the Westin Portland Harborview, 157 High St. The event will feature a panel of industry experts , from the region’s top economists to business leaders, who will offer insight into what Maine businesses can expect during the remainder of 2022.

The program will begin with keynote speaker Amanda Rector, Maine State Economist. Rector will provide a 2022 forecast for the state of Maine, with respect to national trends. Next, attendees will hear from a panel of Maine CEOs and executives discuss the opportunities and challenges for Maine’s future and how they see the market performing in 2022.

The panel includes Tony Cameron, CEO of the Maine Tourism Association; Peter Handy, Chairman and CEO of Bristol Seafood; Tom Landry, broker and owner of Benchmark Real Estate; Jack Moore, managing partner of Harpswell Capital Advisors LLC; and moderated by Laurie Lachance, President of Collège Thomas.

To register and for in-person and virtual tickets, visit Mainebiz.biz/5on22.

Sponsors include Eaton Peabody and Gorham Savings Bank.

For more business news, visit CentralMaine.com.

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