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Economic Development Center

We offer free workshops across the City to increase access and opportunities.

Update as of MONDAY, MaY 18, 2020: As we begin a phased reopening of Boston's economy, we are providing virtual workshops to educate businesses on the guidelines and requirements of reopening.

Questions or Concerns?

Call us with questions or concern at 617-635-0355.

Reopening workshop videos

Reopening workshops

About the Center

We designed the Economic Development Center to directly engage with residents and businesses. We want to build pathways to wealth building. Our goal is to connect you with opportunities to grow and thrive.

Policy priorities

We host workshops divided into four areas of economic development policy:

  1. Equity and Inclusion
  2. Small Business Development
  3. Community Economic Impact
  4. Jobs, Talent, and Employers
all workshops include:
  • Free registration
  • Networking opportunities 
  • Food
  • A child-friendly environment
  • Interpretative services upon request