During the downturn in the economy, the large non-profit sector was instrumental in helping to maintain jobs in the greater Boston area. According to federal data, over 17% of all Massachusetts jobs come from the non-profit sector. During the downturn, when most other businesses were downsizing or laying off workers, our non-profits created 16,765 jobs.* In the time of need for so many, these non-profits helped the out of work and financially precarious create stability when it was needed most, which in turn helped our state stabilize before most others.
On a Tuesday around 1pm, you would typically find Sapers & Wallack employees either working diligently at their desks or away at client meetings…but not this day! On October 27th, our whole office could be found at the Cradles to … Continue reading
It’s that time of year when snow falls, fires are lit, and families gather. A time for reflection and community. As a family-run business, the spirit of the holidays gives us a chance to renew our commitment to one of … Continue reading
During the development of our new branding and website, we had a lot of discussions about our company history and our approach to doing business. Our firm has served hundreds of clients over the last 80 years. I was fortunate … Continue reading