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Update From The Westford Business Association


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The following was submitted by the Westford Business Association. To submit your own content, e-mail us at asylvia@westfordcat.org

Happy New Year!  With all the snow we’ve had recently, it may come as no surprise that many businesses are not celebrating the arrival of 2015.

Westford Business Association logo
Westford Business Association logo

Westford currently has about 1,000,000 square feet of available space, which for our commercial realtors and businesses looking to grow, sounds like opportunity.  This is reason enough to continue to look forward to 2015.

Other things to look forward to in 2015 are not only “Retail Best Practices” seminar co-hosted with Middlesex 3 on April 21, but also the Westford Business Associations first annual “Town Managers Talk” featuring remarks by the Town Managers of Westford, Littleton, and Chelmsford March 10 at Juniper Systems.

If you missed our January “Welcome Members” event at Paul’s Diner where our State Rep. Jim Arciero provided some insight on local legislative issues, or our February “A Seat At The Table” event focused on women and leadership, then you’ll want to get on our mailing list so you don’t miss our upcoming events!

Consider participating in the Membership, Communications, Events, and Town Liaison committees.  This is a great way to help drive focus and programming for the WBA.

By design, all of our events are FREE to members of the Westford Business Association, so if you are reading this and not yet a member, JOIN now to start realizing the benefits of the WBA.

Watch us grow!
Dan Bush
President, Westford Business Association
call/text me directly with questions, 978-846-2214
Full text of this message on the WBA site.

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