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STUFF Made In Massachusetts 2020

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46 S T U F F • 2 0 2 0 • StuffMadeinMA.com Reliable, local news coverage. When it comes to covering the impact of the current crisis on our region's economy, WBJ is here for you. As the fallout from the virus has descended on Central Massachusetts, everyone at Worcester Business Journal has remained laser-focused on our core mission: To provide you with solid reporting on our region's economy and access to information helping you navigate the challenges yet to come. Our newsroom has been working tirelessly to provide you with up-to-the-minute news, and we'll point small business owners in the right direction as more resources and aid become available. All of our print content is available online. You can find it under the "Editions" tab on WBJournal.com. Working remotely? If you're a registered subscriber, you can switch to home delivery via your account page on WBJournal.com, or by reaching out to the circulation support team at 845-267-3008 or wbjournal@cambeywest.com. Stay up-to-date on Central MA business news and updates by signing up to receive any of our free daily e-newsletters at: www.wbjournal.com/enews STAY WELL. STAY INFORMED. Central Massachusetts' Source for Business News Worcester Business Journal WBJ PRECISION MACHINED PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION 6880 West Snowville Road Brecksville, OH 044141 440-526-0300; www.pmpa.org Description: International trade association representing the interests of the precision machined products industry Funding source: Membership dues How to take advantage: Local chapter meetings, events Contact: Kent Luciano, membership specialist kluciano@pmpa.org SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 10 Causeway St., Room 265A Boston, MA 02222 617-565-8416; sba.gov/ma Description: Loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small business How to take advantage: Determine eligibility, find a bank, organize SBA paperwork, complete and submit forms Funding source: Federal agency Contact: Carlos Hernandez, lender relations specialist 617-565-5565 carlos.hernandez1@sba.gov Year founded: 1953 WORKFORCE CENTRAL CAREER CENTER 340 Main St. Suite 400 Worcester, MA 01608 508-799-1600; workforcecentralma.org Description: Employment and training resources, at no cost, to businesses around Worcester, Milford and Southbridge; advertising in Mass JobQuest job bank; applicant pre- screening, testing and assessment; job fairs, recruiting and hiring events How to take advantage: Contact local business service representative Funding source: Federal and state funding Contact: J.C. Fernandez, Worcester area business service representative, 508-799- 1600, ext. 609, JeanCarlo.Fernandez@ MassMail.State.MA.US Hari Narayanan, Milford area business service representative, 508-478-4300, hnarayanan@ detma.org Donna Joyce, Southbridge area business service representative, 508-765-6430, djoyce@detma.org

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