COVID-19 • Preventative measures are necessary to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 Virus and will have an impact on our programming. Specifically, any program with 25 or more participants will need to be postponed until after April 15, 2020.
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Business Impact Survey

These are exceptionally difficult times for businesses experiencing the impact and uncertainty of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We would like to assist our business community by conducting this Coronavirus (COVID-19) Business Impact Survey. The impact data that you can provide is valuable to federal, state, and local leaders as they make resource response decisions. We will share this data with them.

Working together, we can help those who are helping us. Please complete this Coronavirus (COVID-19) Survey and share the link with other businesses and networks. It will be available to be taken until Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

ENCUESTA DE IMPACTO COMERCIAL DE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

Estos son tiempos excepcionalmente difíciles para las empresas que experimentan el impacto y la incertidumbre del Coronavirus (COVID-19). Nos gustaría ayudar a nuestra comunidad negociante mediante la realización de esta Encuesta de Impacto Comercial de Coronavirus (COVID-19). Los datos de esta, llegarán a los líderes federales, estatales y locales a medida que tomarán decisiones importantes sobre recursos en su comunidad y negocio. Compartiremos estos datos con ellos.

Tu cooperacion con esta encuesta nos ayudará a proveer mejor recursos. Complete esta encuesta de Coronavirus (COVID-19) y comparta el la encuesta con otras empresas y redes. Estará disponible hasta el miércoles 1ro de Abril del 2020.

Gracias,
Laura Swanson, Directora ejecutiva
The Enterprise Center

Haga clic aquí para completar nuestra encuesta

Key Industry Clusters

THE NORTH SHORE’S KEY INDUSTRY CLUSTERS

In 2013, the North Shore Alliance for Economic Development commissioned an updated study of the region’s economy, based on an initial analysis completed five years earlier. This study evaluated changes in five previously identified business clusters and marked the emergence of a group of businesses clustering around local food production.

These clusters—advanced manufacturing, creative economy, health care, life sciences, local food, tourism and recreation—are one lens through which we can view our regional economy and devise strategies for strengthening it.

The clusters have “soft edges” in that some companies are members of more than one cluster—a manufacturer may be active in the life sciences arena, for instance, or a restaurant a participant in both the local food and tourism & recreation clusters. As different as they are, they share one thing in common: theirs are the jobs of the future.