What a great workshop! This morning we got together with fellow entrepreneurs and Reading North Reading Chamber of Commerce to learn about some amazing resources for small businesses.

Thank you U.S. Small Business Administration for the education from your organization and your partners, Massachusetts Small Business Development Center and S.C.O.R.E

If you own a small business, are starting a small business or are thinking about starting a business, consider reaching out the SBA.

The Woburn Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce Jim Juliano and Juliano Law Group LLC as our May Business of the Month! To learn more about Jim and his company read below!

Congrats Juliano Law Group! Thank you for being active in the community and with the Chamber of Commerce.

Jim Juliano is the CEO and Founder of Juliano Law Group LLC. After a successful 15-year partnership at Scafidi Juliano, LLP, Jim established Juliano Law Group in March 2024. The firm specializes in land use, zoning, and local permitting in the City of Woburn.

Jim is an alumnus of St. John’s Prep, Merrimack College, and New England Law, Boston. He has been practicing law for nearly 20 years.

Active in his community, Jim currently serves as President of the Kiwanis Club of Woburn, a Director of the Woburn Community Education Foundation (WCEF), and a Director of the Woburn Chamber of Commerce. He also previously served for eight years on the Woburn Conservation Commission.

Jim resides in Central Square, Woburn, with his wife, Nicole. His office is located in the John D. McElhiney Building at 607 Main Street, Woburn. When trying not to work, Jim is an avid golfer.

“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much” – Helen Keller

Thank You StonehamBank for hosting a great multi chamber event to celebrate small businesses in the area.

Hello Woburn!

I am thrilled to announce that I have been appointed as the new Executive Director of the Woburn Chamber of Commerce. My name is Mark Comeiro, and I am truly honored to have the opportunity to support the businesses of Woburn.

As a lifelong resident of Woburn and local business owner, I am incredibly excited to work with each and every one of you to promote economic growth, innovation, and collaboration within our community. My goal is to listen to your needs, address your concerns, and provide valuable resources and support to help your businesses thrive.

I am here to serve you and welcome your feedback, ideas, and suggestions on how we can work together to achieve our shared goals.

Together, we can make a positive impact and continue to create a thriving business community here in Woburn.

Our Annual Golf Tournament on May 6th was a success! Thank you for a great day at Thomson Country Club!

Thank you to our sponsors! Hole in One Sponsor: Northern Bank · Breakfast & Lunch Sponsor: A&M Auto Body

Chris Kisiel is stepping down as Executive Director of the Chamber. He has taken a job with Woburn Mayor Mike Concannon. He will be the Chief of Staff for the administration. Kisiel has been at the helm of the chamber for 4.5 years and has made big strides with events, membership, and fundraising. His new role as Chief of Staff will be working with the mayor and all department heads in the city, as well as staying involved with the businesses in the chamber and beyond.

His new email is ckisiel@cityofwoburn.com if you need any support from the city. Kisiel also owns Tasher Studio, a full service photography studio. He will continue to operate that as he has for 38 years.

Congratulations to the Chamber’s April Businesses of the Month, Kenneth Freed & Company and Stanton & Company!

Great WOW event at 110 Grill! Action Coach, Amy Goober, spoke about how to create and develop connections personally and professionally.

Thank you to our sponsor, North of Boston Lifestyle Guide by Jodi Crowley!

Thank you McCue Garden Center for hosting a fantastic Women of Woburn (WOW) event. The attendees were taught how to make a bouquet of fresh flowers. This is definitely an art form. Thank you to Meg McCue for running the event and sponsoring the food. McCues opens the 30th of March for the Spring season!

The Council of Social Concern was the recipient of proceeds from a recent Woburn Chamber event at McCue Garden Center. Also donated to the Council’s preschool were some stuffed animals from B Rosario of Northern Bank.


(L to R) B Rosario, Amanda Harvey of the Council and Jessie Bencosme, Executive Director of the Council