A New Resource: Massachusetts Food System Collaborative. The Collaborative is working to implement some of the key recommendations in the newly completed Massachusetts Local Action Food Plan.
Montserrat College of Art, located at 23 Essex Street, is at the heart of Beverly’s Arts District(BAD). From there, the District encompasses many artists’ galleries and studios displaying and creating a wide variety of art. The Cabot and The Larcom, two live theatre/entertainment venues are also located in downtown Beverly in addition to many shops, restaurants, and vibrant examples of public art. BAD also assists artists by encouraging them to upload their profile and by helping to connect them with potential clients. Come experience everything that BAD has to offer!!
The mission of Beverly Main Streets(BMS) is to promote and enhance downtown Beverly’s economic vitality, cultural and historic resources and quality of life. Visit BMS’s web page to learn more about events downtown, shops, businesses, assistance for businesses and how you can volunteer and become a part of this exciting effort.
Representing the business community in Beverly and surrounding communities their member businesses participate in many activities, programs and events sponsored by the Chamber. The Chamber utilizes the funds it receives to the best possible advantage by engaging in local and state legislative advocacy, public relations and by sponsoring focused business, networking and educational programs. Visit the Chamber’s website to learn more about their membership program and all that is has to offer.
Identifying and accessing the many resources available to businesses can be a daunting task for business owners. So the City of Beverly has compiled a list of organizations on the local, regional, state and federal level that provide all types of assistance from making loans to providing educational seminars, networking opportunities, development of business plans and marketing strategies. Please review the list which includes links. If you have any questions contact our Economic Development office at 978-605-2356.