Chamber Business@Breakfast to Focus on Creative Economy

SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield Regional Chamber’s May Business@Breakfast on Wednesday, May 4 will feature a panel discussion on the creative economy and honor local businesses and organizations. The event will take place at the Lyman and Merrie Woof Museum of Natural History, 21 Edwards St., Springfield, from 7:15 to 9 a.m.

Panelists include Helena Fruscio, the state’s deputy assistant secretary of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Technology; Jeffrey Bianchine; creative economy industries coordinator, city of Holyoke; and Steve Porter, founder of Porterhouse Media. There will be salutes to Glenn Welch, the new CEO and president of Freedom Credit Union; and to Ronald McDonald House of Springfield for its 25th anniversary.

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