Event Registration for:
May 18: MBC Annual Meeting with Guest Speaker Mark Altman
Members: $35.00. Future members: $45.00.
We welcome all members and future members to attend our meetings. Please register for this meeting below. We look forward to seeing you at our next event.
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This year on Saturday, May 21, the local business community is out in full force at the largest gathering of businesses. Created to show pride in the Town of Medway, Medway Pride Day is an annual event run by dedicated volunteers Sarah Stone, Committee Chair (email@example.com) and Jennifer Pavlov, and supported by many businesses and organizations, including the Medway Business Council. (Donations to Pride Day are still welcome!)
For one busy day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., hundreds of Medway families visit the vibrant tables, tents, games and activities set up outside Medway Middle School, taking time to pick up lots of free giveaways, shop and play games, listen to music, and sample from the many food concessions while learning about local businesses and organizations. There’s no better way, post-COVID, to connect with your community than to get out there and talk to your customers – and potential customers – face to face! (more…)
The 495/MetroWest Partnership invites business and organizational leaders in our service area to take part in our annual 495/MetroWest Employer Survey!
This survey represents a collaborative effort between the 495/MetroWest Partnership and Framingham State University’s MetroWest Economic Research Center (MERC). Now in its 9th year, the survey has proven an important tool in gauging business confidence in the 495/MetroWest region and in forecasting future growth by regional employers, both in terms of hiring and site expansion. The survey is also a means for employers to communicate concerns and challenges, which can guide policymakers in considering needed changes and investments.
The survey is also incorporated into the 495/MetroWest Partnership’s annual economic and demographic report, Strength in Numbers, which is used to market the region to site selectors and relocating companies, as well as to advance regional needs to state policymakers. Your participation is greatly appreciated, and is leveraged to promote the region and to ensure its continued prosperity. (more…)