Networking Event at Kitchen Design Store Hosted by Watertown Business Coalition

Come out to one of Watertown’s newest kitchen design stores and network during the Watertown Business Coalition’s September coffee connect. Compass Kitchens, located at 110 Arlington St., will host the event on Wednesday, Sept. 21 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.

Grab a cup of coffee and a bite to eat and meet people from local business, non-profits and others. Also, hear a short presentation about how the proposed Fair Share Amendment would impact businesses. The event is free of charge

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Watertown Artists Invited to Learn About Online Networking Tool

Watertown artists are invited to learn about making connections, marketing themselves, and how to use the online database called Creative Ground. The virtual networking event will be presented by the Watertown Public Arts & Culture Committee and the Watertown Business Coalition. The session takes take place on Monday, July 18, from 7-8 p.m. on Zoom. Creative Ground 2.0 is a relaunch of an online database of New England artists and cultural organizations hosted by the New England Foundation for the Arts, said Watertown Public Arts & Culture Planner Liz Helfer. “It’s a wonderful tool for artists to be found for different opportunities across the region, and a way for organizations to find artists and other organizations to work with,” Helfer said.

Charles River Chamber Hosting Free Networking Event in Watertown

The Charles River Chamber will host a free coffee networking event at Arsenal Yards in July. Make connections at the event at the River Green near Roche Bros. in Arsenal Yards. Also joining the event will be the Watertown Business Coalition. Members of both groups and non-members are welcome

The Charles River Chamber serves Watertown, Newton, Needham, and Wellesley.

Watertown Business Coalition Kicks Off Summer with Networking at Donohue’s

The Watertown Business Coalition invites the local business community, non-profits, arts organizations and others to come together at the kick off to summer at Donohue’s Bar & Grill. The free event will be at Donohue’s back patio on Wednesday, June 22 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

“We would be absolutely thrilled to see everyone! It will be cash bar with delicious Donohue’s appetizers. Please bring your co-workers, employees, significant others, friends, neighbors … let’s pack the house!” the WBC announcement said.

Biotech Companies, Educators Talk About How They Can Collaborate at Life Science Panel

Natalie Nigito PhotographyKatie Sherburne, human resources manager at Forma Therapeutics speaks during the Life Sciences Panel at Hosmer School. Looking on, from right to left, are: Chris Nasveschuk, senior vice president of chemistry at C4 Therapeutics, Mark Bamforth, CEO of Arranta Bio, Watertown Superintendent Dede Galdston, and Watertown K-7 Math and Science Coordinator Elizabeth Kaplan

The life science industry has discovered Watertown, with the city becoming home to a growing number of pharmaceutical, medical and other biotech companies. Recently, representatives from a few of these companies joined Watertown educators at a forum hosted by the Watertown Business Coalition. The event took place at the new Hosmer Elementary School on April 27. The groups spoke about how they collaborate, and opportunities for the future.

Hear from Local Life Science Companies, See Watertown’s Newest School at WBC Event

The Watertown Business Coalition will be presenting it second annual Life Sciences Panel and Exhibition. The event will be held at the brand new Hosmer Elementary School. The Watertown Business Coalition provided the following information:

We invite you to join us on Wednesday, April 27, from 5:30-7:45 p.m. for our second annual Life Sciences panel and exhibition. See where the life science companies located in Watertown, or soon to be located in Watertown. Get the opportunity to share more about their business and learn and interact with the local business community and Watertown residents.