Why Choose Dudley to locate your business?
Whether you are a retail oriented business, a larger company seeking a site to locate a new office building or a business looking to expand… the Town of Dudley wants you to consider making it your new home.
Located at the Cross Roads of New England, Dudley is a mere one hour drive to Boston, Hartford and Providence.
Leading the economic stability in Dudley is a large employment workforce, occupational strengths, education, and an excellent business climate. Having one of the lowest tax rates in the Northeast, The Town of Dudley offers businesses the ability to become successful and a talented pool of workers to help you grow.
A great place for your workforce to live!
The Town of Dudley has both a historical and contemporary New England Charm. It has long been considered one of the most desirable towns in Massachusetts. Low property Taxes, High Educational Standards, Convenient Shopping and numerous Recreational Opportunities all make Dudley the perfect place for your office to be located and your employees to live.
The area has outstanding schools both at primary and secondary levels; and Nichols College offers an excellent MBA program that is ranked in the Top 10 in the Nation. A vibrant atmosphere, safe streets, green lush and rolling hills… all make the town of Dudley a Special Place for your employees to live.
We Can Help You Pursue State Job Creation & Building Investment Tax Credits such as…
The Economic Development Incentive Program (EDIP)
Gives tax incentives to businesses that create jobs and foster business growth. The Economic Development Incentive Program (EDIP) is a tax incentive program designed to foster job creation and stimulate business growth throughout the Commonwealth. Participating companies may receive state and local tax incentives in exchange for job creation, manufacturing job retention and private investment commitments. To see if you’re eligible for these tax savings, click here. -From the Executive Office of Housing & Economic Development (EOHED)
Credit for Multi-State Organizations
If your company has multi-state tax filings, it may qualify for a reduced tax burden under Massachusetts’ Single Sales Factor tax laws. Massachusetts’ Single Sales Factor tax apportionment significantly reduces the tax burden for manufacturers and other qualifying companies. The Single Sales Factor adds to the attractive tax environment for businesses in Massachusetts – while many states use a three-factor apportionment formula to determine the net income, creating a greater burden for businesses, Massachusetts only uses a single sales factor apportionment formula. To find out if your company is eligible for this significant tax reduction, click here. -From the Executive Office of Housing & Economic Development (EOHED)
One on One Site Finding Assistance for Office Space, Industrial & R&D Businesses
Finding the best location in the Town of Dudley is important for your business. Whether you’re looking for a site for the first time or are in the process of relocating, the Town of Dudley can help you find, purchase, and move to a new location quickly and efficiently.
Business Development & Relocation Support
A strong business climate benefits everyone. That’s why the Mass Office of Business Development connects company owners with resources and incentive programs that help them thrive. -From the Mass. Office of Business Development (MOBD)
Employee Recruiting Assistance
Looking for new, well-qualified employees? Massachusetts’ Career Centers can assist your company with the recruiting, screening, and training of new staff. -From the Executive Office of Labor & Workforce Development (EOLWD)
State Permits Assistance
Confused? Don’t go it alone. Get your regulation, licensing and permitting questions answered quickly and easily by contacting the State Permit Ombudsman’s Office. -From the Permit Regulatory Office
Export Counseling & Technical Assistance
Does your business export goods or services outside of the U.S.? The Massachusetts Export Center can help with everything from export-specific counseling to international market analysis to export training programs. The Export Center meets the complex needs of exporters by developing and providing targeted, high-impact services delivered through a statewide network of international trade professionals. -From the Massachusetts Export Center
Local State Procurement (Purchasing) Counseling Centers
Many businesses find success in selling products and services directly to the government. Learn how to become certified to do business with the state and learn how to be more competitive in the government marketplace. -From the Procurement Technical Assistance Center
State Procurement (Purchasing) Training & Outreach Courses
Interested in doing business with the government? The Executive Office for Administration & Finance provides courses to help you become educated on government procurement and in gearing your business for selling to the state. – From the Executive Office for Administration and Finance
Federal Procurement (Purchasing) Assistance Center
Need help with the technical aspects of doing business with the state or federal government? Don’t go it alone – click here to find a technical assistance center near you that’s focused on bridging the gap between independent businesses and government. -From the Association of Procurement Technical Assistance (APTAC) in Massachusetts
Funds for Businesses Unable to Obtain Traditional Financing
Formed in 2010, the Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation is designed to give small businesses greater access to capital from lines of credit, contract and purchase order financing, and more. -From Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation
STEP Grants for Exports Marketing
The Massachusetts State Trade and Export Promotion (STEP) Grant Program is intended to help offset international business development and related marketing costs for small businesses. -From the Office of International Trade & Investment
Emerging Technology Fund for Manufacturing
The Massachusetts Emerging Technology Fund (ETF) targets technology companies that are starting up or expanding manufacturing in the state, by providing financing for working capital, manufacturing facilities, and equipment.-From MassDevelopment