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Entrepreneurship
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During the Great Recession, Newport-based engineer Tim Moulton bought a computer-controlled wood-cutting machine from a downsizing business for no specific reason, other than it was a great deal and that someday it could become useful. Last … more
Jewelry design company Haverhill Inc. launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money to develop its 2015 fine jewelry collection, and already has surpassed its funding goal. more
Betaspring hosted more than 300 community supporters, investors and Betaspring alumni Thursday for an open house introducing the accelerator’s spring 2014 class of startups. more
From water treatment systems and recycled fashion to toys for children of all abilities and a food truck for the hungry, Social Enterprise Greenhouse’s 2015 accelerator class features entrepreneurs launching a variety of initiatives. more
Two Rhode Island businesses, D&E Concrete Solutions LLC and Prisere LLC, were among 102 winners of The American Small Business Championship sponsored by Score and Sam’s Club. more
Judges for this year’s Rhode Island Business Plan Competition have narrowed the field of competitors to seven who will compete as finalists in the 2014 contest. more
(Updated 3:29 p.m.) Ava Anderson Non Toxic is Inc.’s 2015 Coolest College Startup, beating 15 other companies in a March Madness-style competition, according to the magazine. more
The Slater Technology Fund will invest an additional $100,000 in local e-commerce technology firm Absolute Commerce, bringing Slater’s total investment in the company to $350,000, Slater announced Tuesday. more
Food4Good, a food-truck with a conscience project being developed by a Johnson & Wales University graduate, won the second Get Started Rhode Island business pitch contest, held Wednesday at the Squantum Association in East Providence. more
Chris Ciunci, CEO and founder of TribalVision, envisioned a better way of doing business after a multiyear career managing multimillion-dollar corporate marketing budgets. TribalVision, which serves companies looking to outsource marketing, is different, he explained. more
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