Worcester Business Journal

February 20, 2023

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Central Massachusetts' Source for Business News Volume 34 • Number 4 $3.50 February 20, 2023 Worcester Business Journal WBJ L IST: TOP BANKS Paying for an idea Even as Mass. leads in venture capital, entrepreneurs must rely on their own money to grow their startups. | 10 Funding child care PHOTO | COURTESY OF EDWARD STREET The nonprofit Edward Street is pushing for structural change, as the child care industry nears a breaking point. | 14 GUEST COLUMN PHOTO | COURTESY Hustle culture vs. The Great Resignation | 18 22 S H O P TA L K PHOTO | EDD COTE After surviving 2020, Worcester retailers are closing their business or reducing operations in the face of mounting problems in 2023. Read the story by Isabel Tehan on page 8. Retailers in trouble Jessica Walsh, Worcester Wares Q&A: A local coffee shop, with a corporate feel

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