How the Woburn Business Association Benefits Business
The Woburn Business Association was formed in the early 1980’s. For over 30 years we have been dedicated to supporting Woburn businesses. The WBA offers support at City Hall for new businesses as well as those seeking to expand or renovate. We are proud to act as a liaison between business and the many community organizations, non-profits and charities in the area. We know that giving back benefits business in many ways and we are proud of the contributions of our members that help make Woburn a strong and vibrant community. For many of our members the opportunity for varied and ongoing networking is vital to growing their contacts and their business. We have maintained ongoing network gatherings at member businesses as well as adding the Women of Woburn and the Young Professionals to our line up. We will be continuing to grow with our “Lunch and Learn” program launching this June.
What our Members Say
Featured in this short video are Steve Carr, General Manager at Dave & Busters. Steve and his team have been partners with us on many great events and have been positive community partners. Mayor Scott Galvin explains the important role of the WBA in advocacy and community. Our mission to encourage “Buy Local, Buy Woburn” mean we promote and encourage shopping Woburn first for products and services. President and CEO of Cummings Properties, Dennis Clarke who has been closely involved with the WBA for over 20 years speaks about the collaboration fostered by the WBA. Paul Moriarty, owner of Moriarty Financial Group shares some of the ways that businesses can use the WBA as a resource for support. Scott Matheson, COO at Dole & Bailey has been a longtime member, with us since the 80’s! Also in the video is Andy Hackett, owner and president of Team Logic IT of NE Massachusetts. Andy encourages you to reach out, invite us over for a tour. Sit down with us and let us share some of the ways membership can benefit your business.