CitySquare is billed as the largest public/private development project -- outside of Boston -- in Massachusetts history. The $564-million project is to be developed on 20.2 acres in downtown Worcester.
Hank Stolz is host of Wake Up Worcester!, a 30-minute TV show seen Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. on Charter Channel 3.
Robert Thomas, president and CEO of the Martin Luther King Jr. Business Empowerment
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Business Empowerment Center is an economic-development enterprise located in its own 42,224-square-foot building. The Center's purpose is to provide
Ken Mandile is president of Swissturn
USA, a machine shop located in Oxford that specializes in Swiss screw machine products.
He is also the volunteer organizer of the Worcester Tea Party.
Down 2 Earth, which bills itself as Boston's
premier destination for conscious consumers, will be held the weekend
The mission of Worcester Community Housing
Resources is to help create and preserve affordable housing for low-
and moderate-income families and individuals, and to initiate and support
neighborhood revitalization in the Greater Worcester area.
The mission of InncerCity Entrepreneurs, which is based in Boston, is to promote job creation, wealth generation and community development by helping a diverse group of urban entrepreneurs strengthen and grow their existing small business.
Steve D'Agostino chats with David Barclay of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association and Marc Sternick of Deitz & Company Architects about NESEA's Building Energy '09 Conference and Trade Show.
Robert Nelson, district manager of the Massachusetts Office of the U.S.
Small Business Administration, and Joe Patten, chairman of the
Worcester chapter of the Service Corps of Retired Executives chat with
David O'Toole, President of Labor Cost Control in Worcester, talks about controlling labor costs in a tough economy.
Michael Covino, principal of Niche Hospitality Group and chair of the Canal District Business Association talks about running three local, independent restaurants in a tough economy.
Jeff Hunter of Assumption College & Robert Thomas of the Martin
Luther King Jr. Business Empowerment Center. They'll talk about fighting poverty and giving hope with a college education.
over 30 years of experience, Warner Fletcher serves as a trustee of
many private family foundations and non-profit organizations,
including the George I. Alden Trust, Fletcher Foundation, Stoddard
Tonight on the Business Beat, Host Steve D'Agostino chats with Clive Hamilton, Owner of Hamilton Frames & Furnishings in Worcester, and Matt Dworman, owner of Archangel Woodworks in Worcester.
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