The Business Magazine of the South Shore, Plymouth and Cape Cod
May 16, 2018
Delivering success
with FoodSquire
We order books online, as well as clothes, groceries, and almost anything else you can think of. But when it comes to restaurant takeout, most people still rely on the telephone. Th­at didn’t make sense to Joe Capone, founder of Marshfield-based start-up, FoodSquire, who’s leveraging technology and local service to prove that ordering restaurant meals online is easy, efficient, and less prone to errors.
Monomoy Regional High School’s Bill Burkhead named state's Principal of the Year
Monomoy Regional High School Principal Bill Burkhead has been selected for national recognition as the state’s Principal of the Year by the Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators’ Association. This award recognizes outstanding principals who have succeeded in providing high-quality learning opportunities for students as well as demonstrating exemplary contributions to their profession.
SBA partners with Veterans Affairs’ Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program
The U.S. Small Business Administration has entered into an agreement with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, through its Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment program. The partnership will give veterans access to self-employment assistance from the SBA, its resource partners, and U.S. Export Assistance Centers.
Cape Abilities Returns To Orleans
Cape Abilities has announced its return to the town where it was first established as Nauset Workshop 50 years ago. The purchase of the former Masonic Building at 107 Main Street in Orleans is the next step in the fulfillment of the agency’s strategic plan to ensure that it will offer state of the art program settings that ensure best clinical practice.
Home Improvement: The benefits of Trex and AZEK decking versus wood
By Crystal Pieschel
One of the best places for you to enjoy the spring and summer months on Cape Cod is hanging out on your deck with food on the grill, a glass of wine in hand, surrounded by family. Whether you are building a deck for one of your clients or building it yourself, it is important to understand the best options for decking material.
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