Worcester Business Journal

February 19, 2018

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Worcester Business Journal WBJ THE L IST: AD & MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS FIRMS VIEWPOINT Nonprofits and for-profits need to collaborate more. | 21 Ed Hyder's successors The children of the founder of Worcester's market have taken over following his death. | 4 Central Mass. businesses excel by providing intimate, fun connections with customers. | 12 #SocialMediaWinners P H O T O / G R A N T W E L K E R Central Massachusetts' Source for Business News Volume 29 • Number 4 $2.00 February 19, 2018 P H O T O / E D D C O T E 22 Kate Sharry, owner and president of Group Benefits Strategies in Auburn Reaching business adolescence SHOP TALK { Stories by Grant Welker } The Boardroom Gap SECOND IN A THREE-PART SERIES Central Mass. businesswomen who've sat in positions of power say they don't get the same automatic credibility as men, even if the dynamic is slowly changing. The relatively small number of companies with a greater mix of women in leadership positions have better performance records, are more likely to be profitable and less prone to fraud. [ Page 6 ] [ Page 10 ] Being one of the few P H O T O / I N S T A G R A M

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