SMALL BUSINESS INVESTMENT COMPANIES HAVE INVESTED NEARLY $60 MILLION IN MAINE OVER THE LAST 5 YEARS.
Small Business Investment Company Impact in Maine
- SBICs have invested in 13 small businesses in Maine since 2018.
- SBICs have invested $59.1 million in Maine small businesses since 2018.
- Maine businesses that received financing from SBICs in 2022 supported 71 employees.
A sampling of the Maine-based companies that have received SBIC financing:
Tilson has partnered with Federal, State, and Municipal entities in performance of technology infrastructure projects that range from broadband network deployments to full-stack, agile custom mobile application development. Tilson also offers IT professional services such as ERP data services, ERP planning, selection, implementation, project management, training, go-live and post go-live support as well as network deployment services such as program management, engineering, site acquisition, pole licensing, and self-provided construction.
- SBIC: Rand Capital
JSI Store Fixtures (Milo)
JSI Store Fixtures manufactures wooden fixtures for the grocery industry to display produce, floral, and wine. The company sells to all the major grocers in the country.
For over 25 years, JSI Store Fixtures has created food-forward displays that have transformed the perimeter of supermarkets across the country. They are partnering with future-minded retailers to re-envision the shopper experience across channels, formats, and product categories. They are fusing their rich experience in fresh foods with their focus on engineering efficiency, operator convenience, and earth-friendly production.
- SBIC: Champlain Capital
SIGCO LLC (Westbrook)
SIGCO is the proud descendant of the quality insulating glass manufacturing and architectural metal fabrication operations begun in the 1970’s by Soule Glass Industries. Since 1986, SIGCO has continued the same tradition of Maine quality and excellence throughout New England.
- SBIC: Lineage Capital