The next Steering Committee will be held on Monday, April 15th at 6:45 at the Law Offices of Deb Smith, 134 Main Street. All members welcome.
Welcome to Belmont-Watertown Local First
Belmont-Watertown Local First is a network of locally owned and independent businesses working to build a strong local economy and a vibrant community.
We love the people, the architecture, and the unique stores and shops that give Belmont and Watertown their special flavor. We’ve all seen the damage that can be done to a city when chain stores arrive: raising the rents, homogenizing the look and feel, driving out locally owned shops and stores and taking away a city’s distinctive character. It is a Belmont-Watertown Local First priority to prevent this from happening.
The character of our community is worth preserving. We hope you will join Belmont-Watertown Local First as a general or sponsoring member, or as a non-business associate, and help increase the strength and vitality of the community we cherish.
Presented by Amy Carlin, of Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP and sponsored by our friends at Cambridge Local First.
Learn about the importance of having a properly drafted and updated employee handbook, the top 10 mistakes businesses make, and new legislation surrounding social media and employer!
The event takes place on Thursday, April 11th, from 9:00am to Noon, at The Cambridge Innovation Center, located at one Broadway in Kendall Square. The Cambridge Innovation Center is located just across the street from the Cambridge Marriott Hotel and the Kendall Square MBTA subway station. Parking is available underneath the building on the Third Street side.
The Seminar is: $20 for all Local First & SBN Members and their employees. $40 for all other attendees.
For more information, see the Cambridge Local First calendar page at: http://cambridgelocalfirst.org/events/clf-calendar/