1. EOHED Logo Med
    Dec 06 2022

    Massachusetts Uses Allocation of State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) Funding to Create and Expand Capital Offerings from MassDevelopment, Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation, and MassVentures

  2. ARPA Grantee, Mobsters & Lobsters
    Nov 21 2022

    The Commonwealth of Massachusetts made $75,000,000 available to support small businesses negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring of 2022. These funds were administered through two

  3. Lucas Mulder
    Oct 24 2022

    Mass Growth Capital Corporation Awards over $6 million in Small Business Grants to 59 Non-profits to support small businesses in communities across the state.

  4. Woman with tool and hard hat
    Oct 19 2022

    Through Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation's (MGCC) network of community-based nonprofits and local chambers of commerce across the state, the Small Business Technical Assistance (SBTA) grant program has been able to serve over 26,000 small businesses since its inception in Fiscal Year 2014 (FY2014).

  5. Sweet Lucy's Bakeshop
    Jun 30 2022

    To read the full article from the Greenfield Recorder, click here: BERNARDSTON — After spending just over a year establishing Sweet Lucy’s Bakeshop, owner Lucy Damkoehler was ready to

  6. Theresa Ng
    Jun 20 2022

    A new crowdfunding matching grant program called Biz-M-Power developed by Mass Growth Capital Corp. has been established to prioritize Boston-based minority-owned businesses.

  7. Photo of Mark Drew and Adam Keiser
    May 25 2022

    New hires, Mark Drew and Adam Keiser, will enhance MGCC’s efforts to support small businesses across the Commonwealth, with a focus on economic assistance to minorities, women and veteran owned companies, especially those in Gateway Cities and low to moderate communities

  8. FY2021SBTAGrantAnnouncement
    Jun 16 2021

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELELASE: June 16, 2021 CONTACT Terry MacCormack, Press Secretary, Governor's Office SPRINGFIELD — Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced $30 million in

  9. Open for Business Sign
    May 06 2021

    The Commonwealth of Massachusetts made $718,300,000 million available to support small businesses through a few grant programs. These funds were appropriated through the Commonwealth’s Operating

  10. Ari Veloz
    Dec 17 2020

    Ari Velóz brings over 13 years of community economic development experience to the small business organization.