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$4,575,000 in American Rescue Plan funding will support 37 Boston entrepreneurs opening new storefronts in vacant spaces throughout the city

The City will help up to 20 small businesses open storefronts in vacant locations.

$2,830,000 in American Rescue Plan funding will support 24 Boston entrepreneurs opening new storefronts in vacant spaces throughout the city

D&D Beer Garden, a collaboration between local Boston breweries Distraction Brewing and Democracy Brewing, has been selected to operate the space

The Office of Economic Opportunity and Inclusion will host a weeklong series of business workshops focused on entering the cannabis industry.

Thirty iconic, longstanding businesses across Boston’s neighborhoods were awarded.

Reynolds will establish a new team charged with addressing urgent challenges facing Boston’s economy, including nightlife.

The post-pandemic program will improve accessibility and public safety, while streamlining the process for local businesses.

Today, Mayor Michelle Wu released a report by the City and the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) on the challenges facing Downtown Boston and presenting a set of initiatives and recommendations to...

67 Degrees Brewing, a Black, woman, and veteran-owned craft brewery out of Franklin, MA, has been selected to operate the temporary Beer Garden

67 Degrees Brewing, a Black, woman, and veteran-owned craft brewery out of Franklin, Mass., has been selected to operate the temporary Beer Garden!

The program will identify iconic, longstanding businesses in the City of Boston to increase visibility and provide access to grants and resources.

August is national Black Business Month! To celebrate, we are encouraging residents and visitors alike to support Black-owned businesses in the neighborhood.

Boston-based, Black, and woman-owned events firm to host weekday programming from mid-July to mid-October.

Mayor Michelle Wu today relaunched the City of Boston’s Contracting Opportunity Fund with an additional $800,000 available to assist small, local businesses in building their capacity to bid on City...

It has been just over 100 days since the new Economic Opportunity and Inclusion Cabinet was formed! Starting with this newsletter, we will commit to regularly updating our community on our efforts...

The proposal would raise the written quote contract maximum for contracts with certified MWBEs.

This revitalized fund will help support an additional 300 local, small businesses across Boston as they continue their recovery.

Since initially launching the All Inclusive Boston tourism campaign in April 2021, Mayor Janey has promoted a strong recovery in Boston’s diverse travel and hospitality sector.

The campaign, which will launch next week, promotes employment opportunities and dining experiences at local restaurants.

The series of free, virtual and in-person events will support and promote women entrepreneurs throughout Boston.

Mayor Janey announced the new tools for the procurement process at a ribbon cutting for the Omni Boston at the Seaport.

Totaling a $9.4 million investment, the City seeks to assist businesses in their recovery.

Pilot program to support the economic recovery of our neighborhood commercial districts.

New capacity building program will support equity in the cannabis industry

Mayor Kim Janey today announced several new supplier diversity initiatives to address equity in City contracting.

Thirty food trucks participated and are ready to vend across the City in different locations and neighborhoods.

The Executive Order creates a framework to enact race- and gender-conscious procurement goals. The w ork will be supported with a $2 million investment in the Supplier Diversity Program.

The City of Boston and Greater Boston Building Trades Unions have teamed up for a coordinated virtual career fair series.

Applications for next year's outdoor dining season are now open.

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