Boston's businesses are helping to advance racial equity in the city. These companies are working to diversify their suppliers, boards, and staffs. They're also creating opportunities for minority-owned businesses.
Join us to hear about the work they do every day. Hosted by The Office of Mayor Martin J. Walsh, in partnership with the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and the Hyams Foundation.
Each year the annual Boston Main Streets Awards aims to recognize an outstanding business owner and an outstanding volunteer from each of the 20 districts. This year the City will be recognizing Bowdoin Geneva's Pollo Centro as the business of the year as well as Yoralba Peguero as our volunteer of the year. We will celebrating our these awardees on Thursday, June 29th at Brothers Market, 776 Dudley Street at 5:00pm.
Are you a business owner on Bowdoin or Geneva? If so, come to the June 13th networking breakfast for business owners only to discuss how to implement MIT’s recommendations and other relevant questions to your business such as:
Who shops or use your services? Who are your customers?
Can your business adapt if your market base leaves the neighborhood?
How can your business attract different customers?
How can we market this neighborhood together to attract new customers to come here?
Can your business benefit from e commerce?
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Bowdoin Geneva Main Streets and MIT students have partnered to prepare a Commercial District Plan for the Bowdoin Geneva area. Come hear our ideas for vibrant community spaces, getting around the district, and business development, and learn what it would take to make those ideas reality.
Join us on Monday, May 22nd for a Commercial District Plan Presentation from 6:30 to 8:30PM at Saint Peter’s Teen Center.
Light refreshments provided.
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Hosted by Bowdoin Geneva Main Streets in partnership with the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT.
All are welcome!
What should be the future of Bowdoin Street and Geneva Ave?
Learn about the designs and services being planned for your neighborhood main street and local businesses.
Hosted by Bowdoin-Geneva Main Streets
All are welcome
PARTICIPATE AND LEARN:
Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 6:30 pm
Join us at the Saint Peter’s Teen Center 278 Bowdoin St, Dorchester, MA 02125
Food and refreshments provided, but supply is limited
In partnership with students of the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT
Hop on board the Fairmount Indigo Line! On April 27, the Fairmount Indigo Transit Coalition announced two weeks of free rides on the Fairmount Indigo Line to increase community awareness of service on the line and to increase ridership. No fares needed on those days to travel from any station between Readville and South Station!
U.S. Congressman Michael Capuano generously funded the promotion with over $50,000 to encourage residents to take advantage of low fares and faster service for commuting to work or school. The promotion is in cooperation with the MBTA. Congressman Capuano has been a strong advocate for transforming the line for improved transit and as an economic stimulus.
“The line has never really received advertisement in general for people who don’t ride it every day,” according to Capuano. “ In order to break that routine, people have to see a viable alternative to use.”
Members of the Fairmount Indigo CDC Collaborative with the Fairmount/Indigo Transit Coalition will conduct head counts at each station during the promotion. The MBTA will also monitor the ridership.
For more coverage of the promotion, click here.