Month: December 2016

Local entrepreneur shares stories of American makers via magazine

Brewster, December 12, 2016 — Imagine a portal to all things beautifully, uniquely American made at your fingertips – and you’ve got yourself an issue of American Crush. Catherine Bieri, a Brewster resident, invites readers to subscribe to her digital magazine, based off of her blog with the same title. The magazine’s objective is to…

Mass Broadcasters Association Annual Dinner Bestows Awards on Cape Cod Broadcasting Media

Framingham – November 17, 2016 –The Massachusetts Broadcasters Association held their annual meeting this week and the annual “Sound Bites” Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting. CCB-Media was honored in a several areas.  The Karen & Ralphie Show on 99.9 The Q for Radio Personality, Karen Blake and Ralphie Marino were recognized.  In the News category,…

Cape Cod Five Named SBA Lender of the Year to Women

SBA Massachusetts District Director Robert Nelson, Robert A. Talerman, Executive Lending Officer, Donna M. Zayatz, Portfolio Loan Officer and Nadine Boone, Lead Business Opportunity Specialist / Economic Development Specialist Orleans, MA – The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank has been awarded the Massachusetts Lender of the Year to Women by the U.S. Small Business…

Cape Cod Human Resources Association Meeting Announcement: Total Rewards & Compensation Basics

Cape Cod Human Resources Association invites business owners and human resource professionals to our monthly breakfast meeting at the Holiday Inn, Route 132, Hyannis on January 26, 2017 from 7:30 to 9:00 AM. Speaker:  Pamela Sande, CCP, Managing Principal, Pamela Sande & Associates, LLC For most companies, compensation is the single largest expense they have, and…

Marijuana Act Update – Changes that start December 15th

Derived from information provided by KP Law and AIM. Sent by the Cape Cod Chamber Beginning December 15,” personal use” of marijuana will be legal for a person at least 21 years old. General Laws c. 94G SS7 provides that individuals, but not businesses, will be permitted to engage in a range of activities as…
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