Our Town Publishing, 74 Main St, Medway (next to Yama Fuji in Gould’s Plaza) You know Chuck Tashjian as the editor of the Medway Millis News, but did you know he provides printing and direct mail services for businesses? Join our host and MBC member as he gives us the “scoop” for cost effectively using direct mail and newspaper advertising to promote…Continue reading
Talk a Walk on the Wild Side! Join the Medway Business Council to celebrate the beginning of Spring with a tour of some area walking trails,networking and light refreshments. March 18, 5-7 pm Charles River Bank, 70 Main St Marjorie Turner Hollman, author of “Easy Walks in Massachusetts” will present a slideshow to give you a insider’s view of the…Continue reading
May the Force be with you February 19, 2015, 7:30 am, Thayer Homestead, 2B Oak St, Medway Join us to hear from guest speaker and Medway’s top cop, Chief Allen Tingley. Chief Tingley will address matters of interest to our members – as businesses and residents. Enjoy networking and morning refreshments, including treats from the Muffin House Café.Continue reading
January 21, 5-7 pm @ Restaurant 45 Special Guest Stephanie Mercandetti – Director, Medway Community & Economic Development Guest Speakers Andy Rodenhiser – Chairman, Medway Planning & Economic Development – Learn about changes to the Medway Zoning Bylaw pertaining to Commercial 1 (Route 109) zoning district Susan Affleck-Childs – Coordinator, Medway Planning & Economic Development – Hear an overview…Continue reading
How to protect you and your business from cyber threats The issue of cyber threats and data breaches are constantly in the news. While most frequent reports are of data breaches at large corporations, small businesses are at risk, too. Even if you’re not a business owner, you can apply some data breach prevention tips…Continue reading
How Employers Can Access MA Workforce Training Fund Grants to Train Employees Are small and medium-sized companies leaving money on the table when it comes to training their employees? Last year, the Commonwealth of MA distributed $14.5 million in workforce training funds — but more sat untouched. Drawing on unemployment taxes paid in, the state…Continue reading
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