Established in the heart of educational growth, the Enterprise Center at Salem State University welcomes entrepreneurs, business owners and professionals of all ages and experience levels to come in and learn something new.


The Enterprise Center is an entrepreneurial hub that offers business owners office space, education, and access and connections to small business resources. Serving entrepreneurs on the North Shore and beyond, we invite you to be part of our community. We’re here to help you and your business start, grow and succeed!

Home Away From Home

Whether you’re ready to move out of your home office or looking for an office building that provides a built in entrepreneurial community, business resources and professional growth opportunities – The Enterprise Center is the place for you.

Our single story, 53,000 square foot building is located on a vibrant and beautiful university campus. We currently have office spaces for one or two individuals or larger spaces with individual offices for you and your employees.

The reception desk at The Enterprise Center in Salem, MA
A seminar held at The Enterprise Center in Salem, Massachusetts

Salem Small Business Technical Assistance Services Program For Salem Tourism Industry Businesses

This Small Business Technical Assistance Services (SBTAS) Program is being offered to help tourism industry small businesses located in Salem, MA that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19.

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Upcoming Programs

MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak will provide an update of the goals, priorities and progress of the MBTA. Registration is required to attend this webinar. The Zoom link will be emailed to registrants prior to the webinar.

Thu, Feb. 3, 2022 - 9:00am - 10:00am

Dan Martiniello, Lender Relations Specialist with the U.S. Small Business Administration in Boston, will provide an update on SBA Resources via Zoom. At this workshop webinar you will learn about: • Current guidance on SBA Coronavirus Small Business Relief Options…

Commonwealth Corporation administers multiple grant programs to help small businesses train workers to meet their current needs and build effective pipelines. This year, don’t miss out on the opportunity to include employee development, retention and hiring in your 2022 Business…




Small Business Story

Listen to how Jessica Moody, owner of Moody’s Home & Gifts in Salem, Massachusetts discovered the Enterprise Center and took advantage of our many resources to improve and grow her business. Her participation and experience in our Business Plan Program & Competition, Workshops and CEO Groups directly impacted her success.

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For Parking

Parking for Enterprise Center events requires an Enterprise Center Parking Pass. Parking spots are located around the “Main Entrance” perimeter of the building and marked by “Parking for Enterprise Center tenants and guests” signs. All other spaces are student parking spaces and can result in a Salem State University Police Parking ticket. If you need a Parking Pass please call (978) 542-7528.

The last couple of years have seen a steep learning curve when it comes to workplace technology. In the matter of just a few weeks in 2020, employees adjusted to working from home and learning the ins-and-outs of virtual conference calls, among other technologies. 

Is your organization keeping up with the changes that come fast and furious with technology? If not, we have some reasons why you may want to adopt a policy to stay up-to-date for your business’s safety and productivity. 

Whether your employees work remotely, in a hybrid format, or entirely in the office, you will want to examine whether your hardware and software is aging gracefully or whether it needs to be modernized, not only for reasons of cyber security, but also to increase your communications and efficiency for clients and employees alike. 

Let’s examine some of the reasons 2022 may be the year you will need to take a hard look at your hardware and software to maintain your competitive edge. 

woman using a laptop on a tabletop amongst papers


The number one priority of any small or medium-sized business is to maintain the security of their data and networks. Breaches can mean a loss of revenue, unplanned downtime, and a major blow to a company’s reputation. 

Maintaining safety of connections, servers, and client data is important all the time, but has been spotlighted recently due to the large number of employees working remotely. 

Questions that loom over the remote or hybrid workforce include: 

  • Have the devices been updated with the most secure software or patches? 
  • Is your network connection secure? 
  • Is the device working efficiently? 

If not, then obsolete security practices may be the only thing protecting your business from a cyber crime. By updating software and patches, your devices will be using the latest security safeguards. 

Salem leaders in a meeting at The Enterprise Center

Relevancy & Competitiveness 

Clients and consumers are getting more technologically savvy in the past few decades. They expect websites to load quickly, navigation to be intuitive, and online help available 24/7. 

Sadly, many companies have not had the financial health or time to keep up with all the changes that have occurred. 

To stay relevant in your industry and competitive with others in your field, it is important to stay up-to-date in terms of technology that can impact your consumers, especially those that make your website and ecommerce work. 

Productivity & Efficiency

When software is on the older end of the spectrum, it lacks newer features that can make work more automated. It also means that your devices and programs may not work at the speed needed to satisfy your consumers. 

Newer software and technology can have a huge impact on the speed of work as well as a positive impact on consumers on the front end. 

If your business needs assistance, the Enterprise Center offers a Small Business Technical Assistance Services (SBTAS) Program that could help keep you in line with the latest tech. 


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