Monthly Archives: August 2014

Categories: Create, Grow, Innovate, Learn, Work
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Collaborative Workspace Grants Available to Massachusetts’ Gateway Cities

(Photo: Collaborative Workspace at Brooklyn Boulders Somerville) Entrepreneurs have an exciting new opportunity to create collaborative work spaces in Gateway Cities across the Commonwealth. Thanks to the Gateway Cities Transformative Development Fund, entrepreneurs can apply for up to $2 million in matching grants to own, sponsor or operate collaborative workspace. […]

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Framingham Launches Initiative to Attract Business, Boost Economic Growth

(Photo, l-r: Charles Sisitsky, Chair, Framingham Board of Selectman; Bob Halpin, Framingham Town Manager; Justin Krebs, Partner, Normandy RE Partners; Ian Barrett, Creative Boss, MediaBoss; Peter McAree, Chief Financial Officer, Heartware, Inc. ; Garry Holmes, President, R.W. Holmes Realty; Paul Logue, VP and General Manager, Framingham Biologics, Genzyme, a Sanofi […]

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Twenty-two finalists Compete for MassEcon’s 2014 Economic Impact Awards

(Caption: Greg Bialecki, Secretary of Housing & Economic Development) Excitement is building for this year’s 2014 Team Massachusetts Economic Impact Awards, presented annually by MassEcon, the state’s private sector partner in promoting business growth in Massachusetts. Earlier this month, MassEcon announced the twenty-two companies that are finalists for the award, […]

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Massachusetts’ Economic Development Plan Should Be a National Model, Writes Two Leading Business Magazines

(Caption: Governor Deval Patrick) Massachusetts’ $80 million economic plan, signed into law by Governor Deval Patrick on August 13, 2014, is getting glowing reviews from two leading business publications, Inc. Magazine and Fortune Magazine. “Massachusetts’ economic development plan is one that other states may want to pay attention to,” writes […]

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