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1854 Cycling Company
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1854 Cycling Company
In 2016, Randolph, now living in Framingham, founded the 1854 Abolitionist bicycle company as a way to provide manufacturing jobs to formerly incarcerated men and women who ordinarily face challenges finding the well-paying jobs they need to get their lives back on track.
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Bike café getting in gear
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Bike café getting in gear
On June 29 Noah and Jovanny De Amour smashed through their $50,000 crowd-funding target, securing plans for a bike repair and coffee shop in a historic building in Upham’s Corner. The couple’s latest venture, Sip & Spoke Bike Kitchen, will start this month.
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New juice bar and cafe now open in Jamaica Plain
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New juice bar and cafe now open in Jamaica Plain
Opened in late May, Juicygreens offers fresh juices, smoothies, coffee, salads and baked goods in Jamaica Plain.
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BizGrow draws hundreds
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BizGrow draws hundreds
Nearly 280 minority-owned businesses received free legal consultation and technical assistance from pro bono attorneys from 14 different firms at BizGrow, an event hosted last Wednesday at Suffolk Law School by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice.
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Lawrence-based business program has far-reaching impact
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Lawrence-based business program has far-reaching impact
EParaTodos is the Spanish-language version of Entrepreneurship for All (EForAll), a nonprofit program dedicated to advancing economic and social impact through entrepreneurship in small cities throughout Massachusetts.
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The people’s economy
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The people’s economy
Dorchester residents and business owners gathered at the Erie Ellington Community Center on Saturday for a Boston Ujima Project assembly where through a participatory process, attendees helped draft an investment plan for a new local economy.
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Southern with a twist
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Southern with a twist
In opening Soleil in the Bolling Building, Cheryl Straughter is returning both to the food business and to Dudley Square, a commercial district that figured prominently in her childhood.
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Small Business Center series in Roxbury provides resources to local entrepreneurs
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Small Business Center series in Roxbury provides resources to local entrepreneurs
Mayor Martin Walsh and the Office of Economic Development launched the Small Business Center workshop series in Roxbury earlier this month to assist local entrepreneurs in starting, maintaining and growing their businesses.
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Power through fashion
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Power through fashion
Berlhey Narcisse always had an interest in fashion and empowering women through this medium. Her business, BÈL Monique, is a digital magazine for black women, packaged as a “workshop and editorial experience of a lifetime.” It’s a platform that focuses on featuring and uplifting everyday women, including the readers themselves.
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Electrician duo scales up
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Electrician duo scales up
Dorchester resident Paul Gray had worked for United Electrical for seven years before he started Outkast Electrical Contractors, Inc. in 1996 with his cousin, Kevin Scarlett, also a former United Electrical employee.
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Funding your new business
It costs money to start a business. Funding your business is one of the first — and most important — financial choices most business owners make. How you choose to fund your business could affect how you structure and run your business.
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Jobs: Getting back in the workforce? Don’t let these thoughts derail you
You’ve been out of the working world for a while. Whether you took some time off to travel or stayed home for a few years to raise a family, you’re finally ready to pack up that briefcase, polish up your resume, and make your grand entrance back into the workforce.
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