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AGC Bug Metallic FLATTENED copy AGC of Massachusetts
Robert Petrucelli, President & CEO
Mary Gately, Director of Market Services
888 Worcester Street, Suite 40
Wellesley, MA 02181-3793
Phone: 781-235-2680
petrucelli@agcmass.org

AGC of Massachusetts is a statewide construction association representing leading union and open shop construction companies that perform the majority of commercial, institutional and public construction in the Commonwealth. Professional firms that provide services to the industry are also part of the Association. AGC offers its members advocacy, labor guidance, management education, safety training, and future trends, and works collaboratively with real estate developers and building owners to create a more cooperative and streamlined atmosphere for development and growth.

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Thomas J. Sommer
President
Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council (MassMEDIC)
650 Albany Street
Boston, MA 02118 - USA
617-414-1340
sommer@massmedic.com

MassMEDIC was established in 1996 by company executives interested in promoting the unique interests of the state’s vibrant medical device sector. Now with 350 member companies, MassMEDIC has become the largest regional medical device organization in the nation. MassMEDIC maintains an active calendar of events, with morning informational seminars, an Annual Conference (May) and a MedTech Investors Conference (November). In addition, the organization represents industry interests on Beacon Hill and Capitol Hill and before various state and federal agencies.

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MetroWest Chamber of Commerce
Bonnie P. Biocchi
President & CEO
1671 Worcester Road
Framingham, MA 01701
bonnie@metrowest.org

The MetroWest Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit business advocacy, community and economic development association committed to the support of its members’ growth and success and the development of a positive economic climate in the MetroWest Region and across the Commonwealth.

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David Begelfer
Chief Executive Officer
144 Gould Street, Suite 140
Needham, MA 02494
phone: 781-453-6900 x1
begelfer@naiopma.org

NAIOP Massachusetts, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, is a leading voice for commercial real estate and represents the interests of companies that develop, own or manage office, retail, multi-family, industrial, laboratory, mixed use and institutional real estate in the Commonwealth, as well as the professionals that serve the industry. In addition to providing outstanding education and networking opportunities for over 1,600 members, NAIOP advances responsible commercial real estate development and advocates for effective public policy. www.naiopma.org.

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Quincy-2000 Quincy Chamber of Commerce
Dean Rizzo
Executive Director
1400 Hancock Street
Suite 1A
Quincy, MA 02169
phone: 617-471-1700
drizzo@thequincychamber.com

Quincy 2000 Collaborative is a 501(c)3 non-profit economic development agency for the City of Quincy, Massachusetts. The organization assists the City through a variety of economic development initiatives including business district redevelopment and revitalization planning services; the development of marketing and incentives programs to attract businesses to Quincy; entrepreneurial education, training and technical assistance services; financing programs for start-ups and existing businesses; permitting and licensing assistance; administration of the region’s Economic Target Area; and general support services to help businesses in the City of Quincy grow and expand.

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Sherri Pitcher
Director of Business Recruitment & Economic Development
446 Main Street, Suite 200
Worcester, MA 01609
phone: 508-753-2924 x. 226
spitcher@worcesterchamber.org

The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce is the largest Chamber in New England with over 2,500 members and growing. We are the lead organization for economic development serving the region’s business community. Our strategic agenda is built around our “Recruit, Retain, and Incubate” framework. The Chamber has taken a leadership role in economic development and is actively promoting the Worcester Value Proposition and generating interest and investment in Worcester and the Region. The Chamber is an active member of the Economic Development Coordinating Council working with our partners to maintain an organized focus on key projects and legislative priorities.

 

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