Worcester Business Journal

March 20, 2023

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Central Massachusetts' Source for Business News Volume 34 • Number 6 $3.50 March 20, 2023 Worcester Business Journal WBJ 26 S H O P TA L K Q&A: The Center for Arts in Natick Affordable labs WPI's new facility offers companies with limited resources access to ex- pensive, hard-to-find equipment. | 8 Arts and community PHOTO | MATT WRIGHT A local arts couple breathes life into a Canal District events space post- COVID. | 10 PHOTO | WPI PHOTO | EDD COTE LISTS: TOP TOURIST ATTRACTIONS; TOUGHEST GOLF COURSES; LARGEST MEETING FACILITIES Hurting for FINANCING Small businesses run by people of color are struggling to find funding, as VCs' priorities have shifted away from providing opportunities for multicultural businesses. See story on page 6. Katherine Aguilar, CEO of Kommon Sense Co.

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