Corean Reynold was recently appointed the Director of Nightlife Economy for the City of Boston, where she brings a wealth of experience and a passion for fostering an equitable and thriving nightlife ecosystem.
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More (good, of course!) fallout from the news of GE moving to town. Food just a text away. And big changes coming to Boston’s workforce? Another big week in Boston business.
The quick download:
GE to open “innovation center?” Rumors are swirling that GE has plans to pump $5 million into an “innovation center” at its soon-to-be Boston HQ. The goal: helping startups and academic researchers advance ideas. Read more.
Heliport coming to Boston? The GE news has also sparked conversation around a potential public-use helipad coming to the Hub. Boston’s pitch to GE included a related plan. Chamber CEO Jim Rooney weighed in on it in this Globe article:
$15 minimum wage? Could a $15 minimum wage be coming to Boston? NECN looked at the views from the business community, including Chamber CEO Jim Rooney. See the interview.
Wayfair launches national campaign. Next time you switch on HGTV, TBS, Bravo, or other networks, get ready to hear more about our amazing member Wayfair and its wide array of home furnishing products. Read more about their nationwide ad campaign
Mass College of Arts launches $40M design center: You might notice something new on Huntington Ave in the coming months, as our member the Mass College of Arts announced plans for a $40.4M Design and Media Center on Tuesday. It will now serve as the new formal entrance to the college. Read more.
Staples and Office Depot extend merger deal: The two retail giants extended their merger agreement as they continue to face federal regulations blocking an agreement: Read more.
Booz Allen plans move & expansion: The management consulting firm is making a move within Boston’s Financial District, adding headcount and eyeing big plans for more integration with the region’s innovation community. Read more.
You can now text lunch: Lunch is now available in Boston via a few taps on your cell phone. Seattle-based startup Peach launched in Boston this week, providing a new way to catch that mid-day break: See how.