Entries by Chris Kisiel

Innovation Series Presents Janis Research

On Thursday, October 1, at 6:30PM, the Woburn Public Library invites you to learn about the very cool field of cryogenics from Scott Azer, the Vice President of Business Development at Janis Research! Although relatively new to Woburn, Janis Research has been providing the scientific and technical community with the highest-quality cryogenic equipment for research, […]

It’s Showtime

Our September Network Gathering will be held at the newly renovated Showcase Cinema in Woburn on the 17th from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. All our welcome to join us for a taste of what the Showcase has to offer. In addition to the amazing new luxury reclining seats they have installed in all the theaters, […]

“Don’t Be Shy” Campaign

At the Woburn Chamber of Commerce, we are proud of our members. The commercial and industrial property owners, employers and small businesses help make Woburn a vibrant and thriving community. We have started a new “Don’t Be Shy” campaign to encourage our members to reach out and share more about their businesses. If you have […]

A New Spin on Networking

Our July Network Gathering, Bowl-A-Palooza, was held at the Woburn Bowladrome. The Woburn Chamber of Commerce thanks the Gangi Family for treating us to a great night of pizza, bowling and lots of laughs. The Woburn Chamber of Commerce wishes you a safe and happy August and we look forward to seeing you all in […]

Woburn Recipients of The Cummings Foundation Grant Program

$100K for 100 Grant Program Cummings Foundation awards $10 million each year through its$100K for 100 grant program. This place-based philanthropic initiative primarily supports nonprofits in the Massachusetts counties where the Foundation and its founders originally derived their funds and where staff and clients of the Cummings organization live – eastern Middlesex, southern Essex, and […]

Transportation System from Anderson Train Stop Explored

Discussion have begun in regards to a public, private partnership aimed to reduce emissions in the City of Woburn. Several large employers in the city have many employees who could commute to work by train if they had affordable and convenient transportation from the Anderson train stop to their place of employment. This change would […]

Congratulations to Woburn’s Dedicated Teachers

Teacher Appreciation Awards The Woburn Chamber of Commerce honors the hard work and dedication of Woburn’s educators. The following teachers have  given 20 years of service to Woburn Public Schools and its students: Wendy Renna, Amy Givens, Brian Gilbertie, Kellyann Coughlin, Donna Cotter-Chakoian, Diane Brogna, Christina Beecher and Ralph Deldon (pictured above with boutonniere). On […]

Putting Woburn On The Map

The Woburn Chamber of Commerce is now a proud partner with Google to get Woburn’s businesses “On The Map”. Businesses with complete listings are 2 times more likely to be considered reputable.Find out what your listing looks like when customers search for your business on Google Search and Maps. visit gybo.com/business and type in your […]