The latest Natick, Mass., business news:
Learning Express Toys returns to mall
When Learning Express Toys celebrates its grand opening weekend at Natick Mall on Sept. 8-10 (the store is already open, but this will be the official, official kickoff), it will mark a return for the educational toy store to the shopping center. The new owners were not affiliated with that store, according to a Natick Mall rep.
We’ve reached out to owners Gabby and Joe Cefalo (at least 1 of which is a Natick High grad) to learn more about their venture & will update this post with any additional nuggets. They have another Learning Express in Newton. We do know they’re into offering experiences such as slime workshops.
Visitors can get pictures with costumed characters during the grand opening, and score 30% off an item.
Friday 9/8: 4-6pm – Meet Bluey
Saturday 9/9: 3-5pm – Meet Spider-Man and Ghost Spider
Sunday 9/10: 1-3pm – Meet Anna and Elsa
TalentBurst makes Inc.’s fast grower list
Wellesley resident Bharat Singh‘s TalentBurst, a provider of staff augmentation and workforce management technology located on Rte. 9 west in Natick, has cracked Inc.’s list of the 5,000 fastest growing private companies in the country.
TalentBurst is listed at #4,796.