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What’s Happening in Peabody?
Mayor Edward A. Bettencourt Jr. announced Monday that his Chief of Staff Chris Ryder has formally assumed the role of business and economic development liaison.
Ryder has served as a de facto business liaison since the post was left vacant in March 2020. He will continue to serve as chief of staff while carrying out his additional responsibilities.
The city, in partnership with the Peabody Area Chamber of Commerce (PACC) is stepping up its efforts to help restaurants that continue to struggle in the face of a stubborn pandemic and tight labor market.
The digital catalog highlights minority- and women-owned businesses in Peabody, Beverly, Lynn, Marblehead, Salem and Swampscott.
In this episode, Chris speaks with Amanda Marie, CEO & Founder of Wicked Smaht Wellness which strives to share wellness tips & methods, show support, and provide a safe platform for the community as we each embark on our personal journey of self-growth.
Peabody Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Beth Amico, Peabody Wealth Advisors President, Michael Murray, join Chris to discuss the Chamber for Good program and how it benefits the city’s charitable and non-profit organizations.
In this edition of the Peabody Business Podcast, Chris Ryder speaks with Corey Carter owner of the Branch Olive Oil Co. They discuss Corey’s background in Peabody, his tenure at Eastman Gelatine / Rousselot, the Branch’s founding families, how premium oils and vinegars went mainstream, the in-store experience, surviving and thriving during a pandemic, and simplifying your holiday gift-giving in 2020. Enjoy!
The Peabody Business Podcast spotlights local businesses and the people who help make them successful. Northshore Mall General Manager Mark Whiting joined us for the very first edition of the Podcast!
Enterprise Center Announces Winners of Competition