Senator Ed Markey meets with South Shore Chamber of Commerce leaders; addresses regional economic development at June 2nd luncheon
Economic development and the need to attract and retain young business leaders and innovators to the South Shore and Commonwealth in general were on the table for discussion during a recent luncheon with U.S. Senator Ed Markey (D) hosted by The South Shore Chamber of Commerce.
Meeting with an audience of 60 Chamber leaders at Alba in Quincy, the senator spoke to the importance of job creation and economic growth during the June 2nd luncheon.
Sen. Markey, a long-time advocate for increased corporate responsibility called for investing in small business to spur innovation and competition.
Braintree Mayor Joseph Sullivan, Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch and Weymouth Mayor Robert Hedlund attended the event, during which Sen. Markey took questions from the audience.