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Chamber of Commerce Launches Interactive Map to Promote Economic Development

Thursday, February 26, 2015

 

The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce recently developed an interactive Map to promote and accelerate economic development in the area. The new tool will display real estate and development opportunities as well as show projects that are underway or completed. 

“The goal of the map is to showcase Worcester’s progress to date and highlight the development opportunities to come. The tool has proven a valuable resource when connecting with site selectors, developers, new companies, and large corporations," said Sherri Pitcher, Director, Business Recruitment  at Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce. 

Worcester currently has more than $2 billion invested in economic development underway in the city and this interactive map will help highlight development opportunities, proposed projects; projects underway, and higher education projects  are among the focus of this map. 

“Over the last six months, we have wow-ed developers with the city’s progress—some of whom had never even been to Worcester. The map gives us a tool to tell our story visually and then, it is our job to get the developer to visit the city and check it out for themselves," said Pitcher. 

Click here to view the map. 

 

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