Updated September 27 at 12:28am
PBN Award Winners
269 results total, viewing 91 - 100
CEO (or equivalent): Sandra J. Pattie, CEO and president 2015 Revenue: $62,527,542 2013 Revenue: $53,149,200 Revenue growth: 18% For nearly 200 years now, BankNewport has been meeting the needs of its customers. … more
CEO (or equivalent): George Matouk Jr., CEO and president 2015 Revenue: $26,039,752 2013 Revenue: $20,371,100 Revenue growth: 28% Tradition, quality and pride are all words synonymous with the John Matouk & Co. … more
CEO (or equivalent): Randall S. Barko, CEO and president 2015 Revenue: $53,797,786 2013 Revenue: $23,436,537 Revenue growth: 130% One of Rhode Island's fastest-growing companies is Ximedica, a … more
CEO (or equivalent): Jason Case, CEO and president 2015 Revenue: $29,063,732 2013 Revenue: $8,670,468 Revenue growth: 235% It's a fact of life in the Northeast: It may not be next week, it may not be next month, … more
CEO (or equivalent): Thomas E. Lent, CEO and president 2015 Revenue: $155,409, 886 2013 Revenue: $117,499,571 Revenue growth: 32% THIELSCH ENGINEERING INC., based in Cranston, offers a broad spectrum of services, … more
CEO (or equivalent): Tim Hebert, CEO and president 2015 Revenue: $119,990,382 2013 Revenue: $84,169,382 Revenue growth: 43% Thinking big means thinking small at Atrion Inc. Rather than engaging in … more
CEO (or equivalent): Len Hiscoe 2015 Revenue: $103,365,258 2013 Revenue: $77,218,298 Revenue growth: 34% "Our business model revolves around repeat work; 89 percent of our revenue is from repeat clients, [which … more
CEO (or equivalent): Todd Blount, CEO and president 2015 Revenue: $234,373,129 2013 Revenue: $150,107,924 Revenue growth: 56% It might seem odd for a business that began more than a century ago to suddenly be … more
CEO (or equivalent): Peter Schieffelin 2015 Revenue: $78,335,000 2013 Revenue: $23,499,000 Revenue growth: 233% Few landmarks in Rhode Island are as iconic as the Newport Pell Bridge, especially at night, when its expanse of sparkling … more
Companies that remove snow, supply electricity to commercial customers and remove toxins from drinking water were among the 30 local enterprises that were recognized Wednesday night at Providence Business News’ fifth Fastest-Growing & Innovative Companies event, held at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick. more
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