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In his time serving as a chief marketing officer and de facto gatekeeper of a multimillion dollar budget, Chris Ciunci was regularly approached by marketing and advertising firms. But he found that they very rarely had his company's best interests … more
One gets the impression that Swipely is ahead of the curve simply by checking out its website: the company's interactive and engaging videos and animation leave the impression of a company on the cutting edge. Which it is. Swipely processes … more
Hoping to find better ways to connect farmers to consumers, Farm Fresh Rhode Island was created in 2004. But, the Farm Fresh mission goes much further than a mere connection. "The intent was not simply to help farmers sell more products, … more
In manufacturing, sometimes it can feel as though the person with the latest and greatest mousetrap will always come out on top. But according to Greg Woods, CEO of Astro-Med Inc., true innovation is about developing products that the market needs. … more
Atrion Inc., an IT services firm in Warwick, created the state's first registered IT apprenticeship program. The program, which lasts a year and pays participants as they go through it, "selects high-potential, entry-level talent and provides them … more
One of the hallmarks of a great innovation is how it can slide in to save the day: offering a necessary service, creatively solving a problem and easing pain points for populations that have previously been underserved. Women's Medicine … more
The process of relocation and storage tends to tax significant energy resources – from the generation of waste, to the use of fuels for travel, to the paper trail that inevitably goes along with it. As it has grown and evolved, West … more
In Rhode Island's business community, LGC+D always has been known as a top accounting firm, providing services for the nonprofit, for-profit and government sectors. But in recent years, the company has evolved into something more. … more
The concept of a college-based center to engage with business seems like a simple one. Companies, as they cycle through various stages of growth, stagnation and development, inherently require access to resources and human capital – while … more
The couple loved certain wines made by small, family vineyards from Long Island to upstate New York to Napa Valley. But those labels could not be found on Rhode Island retail shelves or restaurant menus. So Jesse Sgro and Anne Sage opened a … more
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