Woburn Chamber member Chick-fil-A owner Mike Rose took a moment to talk with Executive Director of the Chamber Chris Kisiel and Northern Bank and Trust manager B Rosario recently. Thanks for a great lunch!
The Woburn Chamber of Commerce’s government committee got together recently at past president Joe Tarby’s Rubin and Rudman office. The committee talks about the WCC and city government and how they can work together to help local businesses. A “meet your government day” is being planned for early January after the city wide elections. The committee, which meets when needed throughout the year, invites Casey Hagerty to attend. Shown here is Hagerty, member Steve Cusano from Cummings, and Tarby. Also in attendance were WCC members Rob Klein of Copy Pro and Mike Ogasapian of RW Holmes.
Liora Norwich spoke at a recent multi chamber event at Krave in Woburn. Woburn Chamber had a great turnout along with neighboring chambers.
Stirling Brandworks, a Woburn Chamber member, ran a seminar on AI at Teresa’s Ristorante recently to a large crowd. There were many great questions from how AI will affect business in the future to how can we embrace it to benefit business. Owner Tom Stirling and Veronica St. Cyr did a podcast style event that will be broadcast at some point soon. Thanks to Teresa’s for hosting!
Connor’s Kindness Project received a check from the Woburn Chamber of Commerce after their successful Mac and Cheese Bowl competition. We are happy to give to such a great charity as Connor’s Kindness.
Shown here is (L to R) WCC Board member Nisha Jahku of Everett Bank, Executive Director of CK Sharon Marrama, CK founder Connor Wright, and WCC board member Rob Klein of Copy Pro. Keep up the good work Connor!
Catherine Hinds Company hosted an event for the Woburn Chamber of Commerce recently at their 299 Washington Street products facility. WCC president Electra Govoni and member Jodi Crowley presented a D.I.S.C. sales talk to the attendees. Shown here (L to R) are Chris Kisiel, CH’s Amelia Ingersol, Electra Govoni, owner of The Alternative Board, CH’s Cara Curtis, Jodi Crowley of Lamacchia RE and North of Boston Lifestyle Guide, and Heather Maguire of the Unconventional Intuitive.
The Mac is Back! The Woburn Chamber’s annual Mac and Cheese competition was held recently after a few years off. There was over 150 in attendance and 13 vendors competing for the Big Cheese trophy. Ultimately Tavern in the Square took the prize. Thanks to East Cambridge Savings Bank, Prime Care Service, Stoneham Bank, and Minute Woman Home Care for sponsoring the event, held at Courtyard by Marriott in Woburn. Partial proceeds went to Connor’s Kindness Project.
Mary Cheyne, of Magnetic Podium, spoke at a recent Women of Woburn Chamber event. She focused on showing how your inner critic is what usually gets in the way of your ability to address a crowd in business. It was held at Workbar and food provided by Skewers, both Chamber members.
Mission of Deeds was the recipient of the donation of registration fees from the recent contractor event. A check for $1,030 was presented to David McIsaac of the MOD along with Chris Kisiel Woburn Chamber, Natalie Breen of Cummings Properties, and Steve Sullivan from Associated Builders and Contractors.