Tag: Annual Meeting

WORCESTER – Travis McCready, president and chief executive officer of the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, said infrastructure and technology in the state’s “life sciences ecosystem” is, of course, a central tenet of the $1 billion pub...
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City Hall Plaza was abuzz Thursday night as nearly 500 people came out to hear Gov. Charlie Baker headline the 50th anniversary celebration of the Worcester Business Development Corporation and the Worcester Community Action Council, Inc. Lt. Gov. Ka...
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WORCESTER — The president and chief executive officer of the Worcester Business Development Corp. today asked the city’s colleges and universities to make an investment in downtown Worcester, saying a thriving central core aids the city’...
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One day after celebrating plans for new commercial airline service at Worcester’s airport, the city’s business and political community gathered today to rally for further economic expansion efforts. “There is a robust agenda here to...
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WORCESTER — David P. Forsberg was relaxed before the Worcester Business Development Corp’s annual meeting yesterday, armed with a prepared speech tucked in his suit coat pocket. Mr. Forsberg thought his assignment at the meeting was to present th...
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Anyone who remembers the downtown Worcester of 1992 and compares it to the city taking shape today can tell you what a difference 20 years make. And anyone who knows the Worcester business community can tell you what a difference one man has made in ...
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Worcester has had its ups and downs over the years, but the most enduring success story in the last four decades has been the Worcester Business Development Corporation. Founded in 1965 by a group of enlightened business and community leaders, with t...
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The downtown revitalization initiative being formulated by the city administration has received a noteworthy private-sector boost. At its annual meeting yesterday, the nonprofit Worcester Business Development Corp. announced a slight “recalibra...
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WORCESTER— The city and surrounding communities are faring better during under the current economic downturn than many areas of the country, and the regional economy — a mix of health care, education, life sciences and financial services — will...
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