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DATMA offers free public art to brighten your day, and night

By Caitlin Joseph | June 24, 2020

DATMA is back again with free public art in Downtown New Bedford. With social distancing safety in mind, they’re bringing the art to you in new forms.

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Systemic Change Starts With These Local Forces

By Caitlin Joseph | June 18, 2020

In response to recent events, many New Bedford area organizations have voiced their missions louder than ever. We share this list to help raise awareness of the amazing work being done in our region, and hope it will lead to increased support for all of their efforts.

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Member Spotlight: Alexander Thillerup

By Caitlin Joseph | June 11, 2020

Leading the work of Aegir Wind here in New Bedford, Alexander Thillerup and his team are helping establish New Bedford as the “First Port of Call” for offshore wind.

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Your ego needs a journal. Here’s why…

By Nick Briguglio | June 1, 2020

Have you thought about your legacy recently? Financial and Business Advisor Nick Briguglio explains the benefits of journaling to get clear on who you are and what you want from your life.

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Why we’re not fighting COVID with disposables

By Sarah | May 27, 2020
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As we plan a phased reopening of Groundwork’s physical space, I can assure you that a few items are not on my shopping list: disposables such as plastic utensils and single-serve creamer. I’ve noticed a trend in the coworking industry to replace coffee mugs and real utensils with plastic and paper in their post-COVID operations…

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Groundwork Looks Forward to an Offshore Wind Partnership

By Caitlin Joseph | May 22, 2020

We are working with Xodus Group and the New Bedford Port Authority to establish New Bedford as the home base for offshore wind in the US.

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Member Spotlight: Nick Briguglio

By Sarah | May 7, 2020
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“If I can be a cornball for a second, I am inspired by being American. I truly believe we are the most resilient, hard-working people with a tremendous ability to pivot and innovate. We can do anything and we should be proud. Also, our healthcare workers are amazing.”

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How COVID and coworking can sharpen our empathy skills

By Sarah | May 6, 2020
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“I hope our coworking community can serve as a place to sharpen our empathy skills as different COVID stories emerge. And if you find yourself getting caught up in comparative suffering, remember that we are all in this together, however different we might be.”

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Member Spotlight: Julia Furtado Lavoie

By Sarah | May 4, 2020
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“This pandemic has been challenging but I have been inspired by the good around me and how I have actually made some new friends in addition to my good friends around me.”

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Lessons from coworking during the COVID pandemic

By Sarah | April 21, 2020

What’s different in coworking during the COVID pandemic? Despite the loss of physical space, many aspects of our community are stronger than ever. Here’s how.

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