It's not just the facelifts on the buildings around us. The Square is really beginning to see a major resurgence. Long time stakeholders say this is bigger than anything in the last 24 years (of Kendall Press history at any rate). The newly revitalized Kendall Square Association has held several eye opening activities and just last week the Technology leadership Council was visited by Lt. Governor Tim Murray and that same evening the YELP elite discovered Kendall Square.
We participated in the YELP event at Microsoft's New England Research and Development center and were pleased to have the Lt. Governor stop by our booth prior to the MIT enterprise forum event that featured Ray Kurzweil, a long time fabled hero of mine and a very active serial inventor and entrepreneur.
We've posted directions and put up images on YELP and have developed a keen ear to listen with and clarify our customers requirements. Come on in and check out the changes that technology has had on us and use our 25+ years of printing, marketing, sales and project management experience to help you grow your business. Kendall Square isn't just a broad canal backwater anymore and Kendall Press isn't JUST another print shop.