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The Doctor Is In

The medical industry is proliferating here in the Neponset Valley as evidenced by several new businesses that have joined the Chamber of late; Care Central in Stoughton (urgent care), Doctors Express in Dedham (urgent care), HopeHealth (hospice), New England Baptist Hospital (opening an orthopedic center in Dedham) just to name a few. Read more »

Better Than Best

I was saddened to hear last week that Ann Buckingham had passed away. Ann was 93, and I hadn't seen her in over 10 years. She was an active member of the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce for many years, so some of you certainly knew her, but I'm guessing most did not since she had retired many years ago. Read more »

Stay Ahead of the Curve with Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce Seminars By Lynda Bassett

Sure, your calendar is crowded with things to do: meetings, deadlines and upcoming projects. In the midst of day-to-day responsibilities, it's hard to step back and take a look at the big picture. Read more »

And Now a Word About our Sponsor

I'm often asked by friends and even some family members if I still work for the town or the state. I'm happy to respond that I work for neither, that the Chamber is a private, non-profit organization funded almost entirely by the business community. Therefore, I work for you. Read more »

Why Should Business Blog?

Before I can answer why you as a business should blog, I must ask this... Read more »

Why Should You Get Involved

Guest Blog: Lynda Bassett, Copywriter, blogger and NVCC Volunteer Read more »

Reservations for 500, please

Flavors of the Neponset Valley Read more »

Investing in Transportation Infrastructure

By now, you've heard and/or read about the Governor's budget proposal for fiscal 2014. Among the highlights are an increase in the income tax from 5.25% to 6.25% with a corresponding decrease in the sales tax from 6.25% to 4.5%, along with other modifications in the tax code Read more »

Business Cares

It's the holiday season, a time for giving and giving thanks. And I would like to give thanks to the members of the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce for their giving over the past 12 months. As you know, the Chamber is a non-profit organization Read more »

Chamber Seeks Partnerships

Depending upon whose survey you read, there are said to be anywhere between 120,000 and 150,000 job openings in Massachusetts and yet, nearly a quarter of a million Massachusetts residents remain unemployed. The reason for this is what is known as a skills gap Read more »

2012 Mega Business Expo

Visit the Mega Business EXPO for FREE! Read more »

Hodgepodge for $1,000 Alex

A few random thoughts while waiting for the replacement refs to determine whether to overturn the previous call Read more »

Serving Those Who Served

Did you know that the unemployment rate for returning service men and women is more than 13% and significantly higher for those ages 18 to 24? The down economy has been difficult for many but few have felt the impact more than our veteran's. Read more »

MassWorks Grant at Work in Dedham Square

You will often hear business owners and business groups like the Chamber of Commerce talk about the role of government in business. Usually the refrain is "the less government interference, the better," or "government is best when it stays out of the way." I am happy to say that there is a local story of government working to improve the situation for business. Recently the Dedham Square Improvement Project was awarded a $1.7 million MassWorks Infrastructure Grant for a comprehensive traffic, safety and pedestrian improvement project in Dedham Square. Read more »

Go Away!

Go Away! Read more »

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