There are over 300,000 businesses in Massachusetts owned by women, minorities and immigrants, employing thousands of people and generating billions of dollars in revenue to fuel our local economy.
Three New Directors Add Financial Expertise to Small Businesses Agency Contact: Katie Janowski, firstname.lastname@example.org , 617.337.2819 (Boston, MA) Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation (MGCC)
To the Editor: The BBJ’s editorial “Don’t forget Boston’s immigrants” (March 18) accurately states that a key challenge immigrant businesses face is access to capital to grow and thrive. The
With over 60 attendees from community development corporations, chambers of commerce and micro-lending organizations across the Commonwealth, the group covered a wide range of topics emphasizing the
Photo: Left to Right: Mark Tajima (Energia), Kathleen Anderson (Holyoke Chamber), Ivelice Lefevbre (Energia), John Lebeaux, (MA Department of Agricultural Resources), Alison Moronta (MGCC), Sheila
An introduction to MassHousing's $1 million Construction Contract Financing Program, which helps minority- and women-owned subcontractors obtain work on MassHousing-financed construction projects. The
Small businesses that need capital may have an equally great need for assistance in building their capacity.