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A Conversation with Eleanor Mason, the Traveling Tailor

May 10, 2022

Welcome to the first Chamber Conversation series, a quarterly feature that invites the Chamber community to get to know fellow members and to discover the paths that led them to our Cambridge business community.  “My mother sat me down to rip the seam.” You mentioned that you learned your craft as a tailor from your…

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2022 Best of Small Business Awards

May 10, 2022

Congratulations to our 2022 Best of Small Business Awardees S&S Restaurant Four generations of this recipient’s family have been feeding the City of Cambridge for the past 100 years. From neighborhood residents to Mayors and City Managers, to Government officials, and throngs of hungry workers, the S&S has seen it all and been a staple…

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3 Easy Tips to Guide You On Your Pairing Journey

February 8, 2022

We’ve all been there. Your friend invites you over for dinner and tells you to just bring a bottle a wine. Red or white? Light or bold? Cabernet everything pairs with that right? Wait what region? Food and wine pairing can be intimidating but hopefully with these three quick tips it can make life a…

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Life Science Companies are Leading the Way

February 24, 2021

In a matter of months, COVID-19 has leveled unprecedented human and economic destruction across the globe. Never has the role of the scientific community been more important as they race to develop treatments and a vaccine. In Massachusetts, our local biopharmaceutical companies have stepped up – leading the way, working day and night to find…

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Representative Clark on Overcoming Challenges by “Looking Through Numerous Lenses”

April 25, 2019

Before she was a congresswoman, Katherine Clark was a school committee member in Melrose, a position she called the “toughest job in politics.” The congresswoman described that role as an ideal opportunity to learn the importance of process and making sure people felt heard. These lessons helped her develop into one of our nation’s most…

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Speaker DeLeo on Taking Steps to Ensure We Finish the Work that We Started

March 28, 2019

“It’s not just a political issue, it’s a business issue.” That was the overarching theme throughout the remarks made by Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo at the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce’s Government Relations Breakfast. And, it served as a reminder for the nearly 150 attendees representing Cambridge government, educational institutions, the nonprofit sector, and…

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4 Easy Steps to Logging into the Member Information Center (MIC)

January 2, 2018

An effortless way to get engaged with other Chamber members is by logging into the Member Information Center (MIC). The MIC is a member portal to keep your online directory listing updated, register for events, pay bills, communicate with other members, and post various kinds of content to members and the public. Here are 4…

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