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5 things to know today - Cincinnati Business Courier - Cincinnati Business Courier

5 things to know today - Cincinnati Business Courier - Cincinnati Business Courier


5 things to know today - Cincinnati Business Courier - Cincinnati Business Courier

Posted: 26 Sep 2019 04:17 AM PDT

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Five items on area businesses for Sept. 27, 2019 - News - Milford Daily News

Posted: 26 Sep 2019 09:47 PM PDT

Send news about your local business to MWBusiness@wickedlocal.com. We're interested in news about business people, expansions, openings and community involvement by MetroWest businesses and business people. Follow Daily News Business Editor Bob Tremblay on Twitter @Bob Tremblay_MW.

Marlborough to host ribbon-cutting ceremony for shuttle bus service 

A free shuttle bus service that connects local commuters to the MBTA Southborough train station began transporting riders this month. Backed by a combination of state and city funding, the free service makes three full runs each morning and each evening, Monday to Friday, stopping at MBTA Southborough, Marlborough Hills and the Apex Center of New England. Local seniors and veterans also have use of the bus through the Marlborough Council on Aging between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The shuttle service will be officially launched at a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Marlborough on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 9:30 a.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn (back parking lot), 170 Forest St., Marlborough. The announcement comes from the Marlborough Economic Development Corp. For more information, visit MarlboroughEDC.com.

Natick's Centage receives multiple honors at Golden Bridge Awards

Centage Corp., a Natick-based provider of cloud financial software for transforming how businesses budget, forecast, analyze and report, has earned Gold and Silver status in the 2019 Golden Bridge Awards in the categories of Company of the Year – Financial and Company of the Year – Business Products respectively. The awards program encompasses the world's best in organizational performance, innovations, products and services, executives and management teams, women in business and the professions, innovations, best deployments, product management, public relations, marketing, corporate communications, international business, and customer satisfaction programs from every major industry. Organizations from all over the world are eligible to submit nominations including public and private, for-profit and nonprofit, largest to smallest and new start-ups. More than 160 judges from a broad spectrum of industry voices from around the world participated and their average scores determined the 2019 Golden Bridge Awards Finalists and Winners. Winners will be honored in San Francisco on Monday, October 28, 2019 during the annual Red Carpet SVUS Awards Ceremony. For more information, visit Centage.com.

MutualOne awards $10,000 to Hopkinton's Project Just Because

A recent $10,000 award from the MutualOne Charitable Foundation to Project Just Because in Hopkinton will help provide local low-income families with school supplies and holiday items, according to Steven M. Sousa, executive vice president and chief operating officer of MutualOne Bank and a foundation trustee. The gift will support the Project Just Because Back to School initiative, which provides children with a backpack filled with school supplies, and its Holiday Wish List program, which distributes basic cold-weather necessities and small gift items to families in need. According to Cherylann Lambert Walsh, president and founder of Project Just Because, approximately 2,000 students received backpacks last year and over 15,000 Holiday Wish List packets were distributed. The grant to Project Just Because was among awards totaling $38,000 in the foundation's most recent round of funding. The foundation is based in Framingham.

Smartway2 moves to Marlborough to meet workspace scheduling demand

Smartway2, a provider of workspace scheduling solutions, has moved its global headquarters to Marlborough to meet growing demand for its workspace scheduling software, according to a company press release. Having invested heavily in product development over the past 12 months, Smartway2 has tripled its client base, innovated new capabilities and won significant market share, according to the company. Enterprises using Smartway2 include one of the largest cancer centers in the world, a large global electronics distributor, a major gaming developer and organizations in the legal, government, technology, pharma, manufacturing and finance industries. For more information, visit www.smartway2.com.

Great Harvest Bread joins rewards platform of Newton's Paytronix

Paytronix Systems Inc., a Newton-based provider of SaaS (software as a service) customer experience management solutions for restaurants and convenience stores, this week announced that Great Harvest Bread Company has moved its loyalty program to the Paytronix Platform. In relaunching its rewards program on Paytronix, Great Harvest is moving away from its traditional bread card and "baker's dozen" special where the 14th loaf is free, to a more customer-centric program driven by email and mobile communications with repeat customers. With approximately 200 locations throughout the nation including Alaska and Hawaii, Great Harvest is a fully franchised operation with all bakeries individually owned and operated. The relaunched Great Harvest Reward program now includes a mobile app and online ordering in select locations. Additionally, a few locations are testing home bread delivery services. For more information, visit www.paytronix.com.

Profits warnings from British Airways, Pearson, and Imperial Brands – business live - The Guardian

Posted: 26 Sep 2019 10:04 AM PDT

Pound slides as Bank of England hints at Brexit interest rate cut - business live - The Guardian

Posted: 27 Sep 2019 02:23 AM PDT

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