1. Gregory P. Bialecki

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    2. Patrick’s jobs czar: we’re almost back - BostonHerald.com

      Patrick’s jobs czar: we’re almost back - BostonHerald.com
      Bialecki said he is planning a new initiative to woo companies from the metropolitan New York area, targeting financial services and information technology firms. He hopes some of those companies will consider relocating customer service jobs outsourced abroad so they are closer to home, particularly in the lower-cost Springfield area.A successful example, he said, is a Liberty Mutual customer service call center located in downtown Springfield, announced in 2008.
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    3. Boston conference promotes potential of new computing center, high-speed Internet in Western Massachusetts

      ...d Neal, a member of the House Ways and Means Committee. "That's precisely what government is supposed to do." Gregory Bialecki, state secretary of housing and economic development, said the administration is working to i...
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  2. About Gregory P. Bialecki

    Gregory P. Bialecki

    Gregory Bialecki is the Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development

  3. Quotes

    1. It is important to create an environment that is sticky.
      In Springfield's Baystate Health opens TechSpring innovation hub downtown - The Republican
    2. It's the best job you can get in Massachusetts without a four-year college degree.
      In Regional Employment Board of Hampden County: Pioneer Valley manufacturers
    3. We remain committed to working with local communities to help identify opportunities to support growth and spur regional development.
      In Patrick Administration Announces $79 Million for 33 MassWorks Projects
    4. The opportunity has been to use this approach and to really raise and to highlight that in fact, with some support from the public sector, there are private entities that are very interested in investing in those places.
      In Gateway Cities $1.7 billion investment proposal could drive projects in Springfield, Holyoke, Pittsfield and Westfield
    5. The more skeptical person might say I've been to downtown Holyoke, there's not a lot of there there, why would somebody want to spend money?
      In Gateway Cities $1.7 billion investment proposal could drive projects in Springfield, Holyoke, Pittsfield and Westfield
    6. The governor and I believe this region has the resources to make it happen.
      In Economic development push touted at Affiliated Chambers of Commerce of Greater Springfield's Super 60 lunch
    7. We see this with the economy recovering. More and more businesses are coming out of the bunker.
      In Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation offers Springfield businesses 'Tools
    8. If you promised me that 20 years from now we'd only have the same number of people working in manufacturing as we did today I would take your offer in a second.
      In MassBenchmarks: Manufacturing sector shed jobs in 2011 - Boston Business Journal
    9. We're getting to a point where you've got more and more Massachusetts companies that are doing better and hiring.
      In Patrick’s jobs czar: we’re almost back - BostonHerald.com
    10. Tourism is not only our third-largest industry, but also the primary way in which we introduce the world to what a great place Massachusetts is to live and work.
      In Tourism leaders in Massachusetts mark economic importance of industry