Looking to the future, Biocchi said she foresees economic growth in MetroWest expanding toward I-495, the way businesses filled in the Rte. 128 corridor 10 years ago.
Dunne said MetroWest cities and towns are learning how to show love to the businesses with roots in MetroWest and also find ways to bring new ones.
Natick’s Economic Development Committee will soon launch a website aimed at attracting new industries and their employees.
“Over time I think MetroWest will be sort of a known region,” Joseph said.
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