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Mass. Biomedical Initiatives to get $50K from SBA

Laura Finaldi |

Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives in Worcester will receive a $50,000 grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration as a result of an accelerator fund competition.

Making the most out of coworking spaces

RYAN LEARY Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

A coworking space can allow you to gain a better work and life balance while meeting like-minded professionals, but only if you're smart about it.

40 under 40: Joe Bush

Since becoming WCTI's executive director last year, Joe Bush led the organization from a virtual network broker to a full-fledged business incubator.

Marlborough coworking space launched

Sam Bonacci |

The DAVIS Companies have opened a new coworking space in Marlborough in collaboration with Marblehead-based WorkTable.

Veterans entrepreneurial program launched

Sam Bonacci |

A program aimed at supporting veterans looking to start their own business ventures has been launched with $53,101 in pilot funds.

WPI entrepreneur-in-residence: ”I don't like to lose.”

Yael Schwartz took over as the entrepreneur-in-residence at WPI with her sights set on helping students make the leap to launching their own ventures.

Holliston biotech seeks to fulfill $1.5-billion potential

Laura Finaldi |

Over the past year, Holliston-based Biostage has revamped its upper management, changed its name and used its technology to partially recreate the esophaguses of several Yucatan pigs.

From Skyscope's founding to acquisition, an entrepreneurial oral history

Sam Bonacci |

With job prospects low, three Clark University friends decided to start their own business. What followed was four years of turmoil, self-discovery, penny-pinching and success.

Worcester County rated low for small biz friendliness

Sam Bonacci |

A national survey of small business owners has found that Worcester County is perceived to be among the least friendly areas in the nation for entrepreneurs and small business owners.

How entrepreneurs can think like a “Shark Tank” shark

By Ken Cook |

Rainmaker Ken Cook walks through how entrepreneurs can approach their investments like the judges on "Shark Tank."

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