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Now as president and CEO of Pathways for Change, a leading rape crisis center in Massachusetts, Dawkins’ work directly impacts the lives of those impacted by sexual violence.
Claudia Russo has never backed down because of roadblocks in her way, and it’s a good thing since she’s faced countless obstacles on the road to running her now multi-million-dollar office furniture sales firm, Workplace Resource.
She found it frustrating, though, seeing so many local businesses shuttering shortly after they opened. It was this cycle that motivated her to open GEM Marketing Solutions in 2016, a hyper-local, Worcester-focused company offering affordable
Richard Gedrich has 25 years of experience as an executive in preclinical, translational, and clinical research spanning aspects of drug discovery.
Veterans face added challenges in financing a business, and at least one local credit union is seeking to make business loans more accessible for entrepreneurs who have served in the military.
Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives in Worcester, a life science incubator, has been selected by the U.S. Small Business Administration as a stage two winner of its 2023 Growth Accelerator Fund Competition.
The Worcester Guardian, a new digital news organization being launched by the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce, has hired its first editor.
The North Central Massachusetts Development Corp., an affiliate of the Fitchburg-based North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce is offering loans of up to $10,000 at 1% interest to businesses affected by the devastating flooding in Northern
A trio of community-minded tech workers are connecting Downtown Fitchburg to a new internet service and looking beyond.
If there is an industry that stands to dramatically contribute to climate change mitigation, it’s building design, and Central Massachusetts architects say they’re poised for the challenge.
Entrepreneurship for All Greater Worcester and EparaTodos Greater Worcester have a new executive director.
Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester has partnered with the Worcester Regional Food Hub to offer a selection of locally sourced foods at one of its dining halls.
The Worcester incubator received a $375,000 grant from one of its successful graduate companies toward MBI’s $6-million goal to build out a biomanufacturing center.
Several Worcester businesses have been unable to operate at One Exchange Place in Downtown Worcester, after heavy rains in mid-August flooded the transformer vault in the building.
With more than $1 million in annual sales, The Blessing Barn Home Store and Sharing Center and its sister locations in Mendon and Boston support the nonprofit Compassion New England.
Clark University faces questions about its commitment to the community as it plans to demolish and redevelop a block owned by the school.
Three seasons after moving the Boston Red Sox's top minor league franchise to Worcester, the ownership group of the Worcester Red Sox have reached an agreement to sell the team to Diamond Baseball Holdings, according to a Boston Globe report. Diamond is a New York City-based holding company with more than 20 other minor league baseball franchises, including the Portland Sea Dogs in Maine. The sale to the corporate owner contradicts WooSox Chairman Larry Lucchino's previous comments that he wanted to sell to a local owner.