Massachusetts - Economic Development Guide

Massachusetts - Economic Development Guide

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Massachusetts An Unexpected Story
Pete Abair, executive director of MassEcon, lists a few competitive advantages that you might not know about the commonwealth.
How the Bay State Became A Juggernaut
Investors and metrics point to a top business environment.
Meet Massachusetts’ Chief Business Builder
Yvonne Hao brings her unique perspective
to economic development.

Innovation Begins in The Bay State
Six industries lead the way in Massachusetts.
High 5
Massachusetts’ robust industry network expands across all five of its regions.
Life Sciences Lead VC Wave in Boston
Even as VC investment declined nationally in 2022, Massachusetts enterprises hardly noticed.
Brick by Brick, Leaders Build a Better State
Firms from LEGO to Agilent work with MassEcon to find new homes. MassEcon Executive Director Peter Abair tells us how and why.
Students Set Up for Success
From MIT to elementary, avenues for academic achievement are abundant.
Massachusetts The Most Connected State in the Country
Little-known fact — Boston is the birthplace of public transit in America. The first subway tunnels are still in use today, and people continue to take ferries into the city like they did in 1631.
Seasons of Change
These small towns in Massachusetts prove there’s more than just history to experience in the state.
Collegiate & Company Collaborations
What partnership opportunities are available between universities and industry?

From Fort to Fortunes
MassDevelopment leads revitalization of Devens.
Want a Better Bottom Line?
Team Massachusetts can help.
Working For You Works For Us
Workforce Development: Working For You Works For Us
A Slice of Everything
Tourism: A Slice of Everything
In Massachusetts, Logistics Brawn Comes With the Brainpower to Match
If you’re looking to move goods in and out of Greater Boston, the metro area’s western  flanks are the sweet spots. So is a newly expanded container terminal.
 

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