Select “Think Tanks” and “Green Design/Sustainability/Transportation” for more business and economic discussions and analyses.
ArtsBoston. Released June 10, 2014. “The Arts Factor is an initiative established by ArtsBoston that uses data to demonstrate the positive impact that arts and culture has on Greater Boston. The Arts Factor 2014 Report features new research on the ways that the region’s nonprofit arts and cultural sector transforms lives, builds stronger communities, and strengthens the local economy.”
Click here for more information about the Report.
“The BRA’s Research Division collects and analyzes current, historical, and comparative data on Boston’s economy, population, and commerical markets.” Recent reports cover economy and jobs, housing, census, industry, land use, schools, and youth. Older documents are archived.
“The Downtown Boston BID’s primary focus is to create a clean, safe, and vibrant environment for everyone who experiences the district, to increase business activity and enhance property values, and to attract further investment in the area.”
“The Innovation District is Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s initiative to transform 1,000 acres of the South Boston waterfront into an urban environment that fosters innovation, collaboration, and entrepreneurship. From a tech meetup at a coworking space to an art exhibition opening, to the launch of a new start-up or a special chef’s event at a local restaurant, the Innovation District is expanding quickly.” Map.
“The Boston Indicators Project offers new ways to understand Boston and its neighborhoods in a regional context. It aims to democratize access to information, foster informed public discourse, track progress on shared civic goals, and report on change in 10 sectors: Civic Vitality, Cultural Life and the Arts, the Economy, Education, the Environment, Health, Housing, Public Safety, Technology, and Transportation.”
“Innovation and technology news that matters, on a new website from the Boston Globe, featuring Scott Kirsner and other original reporting.” Subscription or login may be required.
Boston University Subscription.
Click on next page arrow at the top of the screen. Annual. Rankings of local businesses listed under various categories from “Accounting” to “Women-Led Businesses.”
Businesses provide basic information. Arranged by categories, e.g., Accounting, Non-Profit.
Includes company profiles and news.
Publicly held companies ranked by composite performance. How the numbers were calculated.
“Every year, The Boston Globe partners with WorkplaceDynamics of Exton, Pa., specialists in employee engagement and retention, to survey workers around the state.”
BLS Report 991: Bureau of Labor Statistics
“Our goal in creating this program is to assist small to medium size business owners who recognize the importance of making environmentally sustainable improvements but that are often too busy and lacking the resources or time to research alternative practices.”
“…engages business and community leaders in building economies that are green, local, and fair.”
Provides media advertising rates, contact information circulation information etc. for consumer and business magazine, newspaper, television, direct marketing, radio, online and out-of-home domestic and international markets.
Local Market Audiences
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- Lifestyle Analysis Reports
- Demographic Reports
- PRIZM Reports