In late February, a group of 175 biotechnicians met in Boston at the Marriott Long Wharf hotel, an austere, brick structure overlooking the harbor. Two weeks later, the meeting would be linked to 77 of the then-95 coronavirus cases in Massachusetts. It became known as the Biogen Cluster, named for the Cambridge-based company that hosted the event. When news of the Biogen Cluster broke in mid-March, Dan O’Malley was in his office in the Boston Financial District, a few blocks from the epicenter. O’Malley is CEO of Numerated Growth Technologies, a technology company he founded that offers a small business...
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Amber Buker is a contributor for Bank Director magazine.