MassTLC joined MassEcon in welcoming thirteen companies to the state at a Corporate Welcome Reception at Citizens Bank. The event was attended by 160+ executives and featured remarks from Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Greg Bialecki, as well as Citizens Bank President Jerry Sargent.
The thirteen companies welcomed as new additions to the Commonwealth's business landscape include Alliance Medical Gas Corporation of Springfield, Altaeros Energies of Cambridge, Backupify of Cambridge, Evaluate Pharmaceuticals of Boston, HitPoint Studios of Hatfield, IntegraGen, Inc. of Cambridge, Mobile Monitor Technologies of Newton, Moms and Jobs of Lowell, Nemucore Medical Innovations of Worcester, Sand9 of Cambridge, Sunovion Pharmaceuticals of Marlborough, TPI Composites of Fall River, and Xenics USA of Beverly. The companies hailed from all regions of the state and represent a wide variety of industries including renewable energy, biotechnology, information technology, and photonics.
According to Sargent, "Convening events like this and serving as a resource to new companies is a simple way to support the economic development efforts of the state." As part of the MassTLC 2020 Challenge to grow the tech sector by 100K jobs over the coming decade, the Council supports MassEconn's Ambassadors Program to organize a network of senior executives who share a common interest in enhancing the state's ability to retain and attract business.
MassTLC executives interested in being an Ambassador are invited to contact Council CEO Tom Hopcroft at email@example.com or Susan Houston, Executive Director of MassEcon.