1. Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts

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    2. At 'topping off' ceremony for $95 million Springfield factory, CRRC says it will start hiring workers in October

      At 'topping off' ceremony for $95 million Springfield factory, CRRC says it will start hiring workers in October
      ...staff, Rick Sullivan, for the project. Sullivan, a former mayor of Westfield, is now president and CEO of the Western Massachusetts Economic Development Council. Springfield was once a center for rail car manufacturing b...
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    3. House Speaker Robert DeLeo connects Springfield businesses to Boston; 'Bay State Business Link Forum' set for Friday at STCC | masslive.com

      House Speaker Robert DeLeo connects Springfield businesses to Boston; 'Bay State Business Link Forum' set for Friday at STCC | masslive.com
      ... and business development groups, including MassChallenge, Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Project, the Western Massachusetts Economic Development Council, National Grid, TechSpring and Siemens. It will be a chance...
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  2. About Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts

    Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts

    The Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts (EDC) is a private, non-profit corporation that provides resources and information to businesses operating in or entering the region by aiding in expansion, relocation and networking. They deliver the services and business resources that will enable companies to thrive in Western Massachusetts while improving the region's economy and lifestyle through the creation of quality jobs and enhanced public and private investment.