Updated July 27 at 8:27pm
Innovation
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The Rhode Island Business Plan Competition has named 13 semi-finalists in the 2015 competition from among 82 emerging and would-be entrepreneurs. more
Blake Mitkoff, a culinary arts and food service management major from the Charlotte, N.C., campus, came in first place at Johnson & Wales University’s fourth annual “SharkFest” student entrepreneurship competition last week for “ChefBook,” an online service for customers who need chefs for private or temporary on-site work. more
For many, the word "innovation" brings to mind movement toward brighter horizons, new places. For Quick Fitting Inc., led by President and CEO David Crompton, bringing innovation to life has meant heavy investment into existing resources. … more
"Traffic Jammed." "Slow Down." "Stay Alert." These are the traffic signs many people see during their daily commute. For drivers from 12 states and Canada, many of these signs come from a manufacturing plant in Warwick. SES America Inc. … more
If there was a theme to Providence Business News’ Manufacturing Awards program Thursday at Bryant University’s Bello Center, it was that teamwork helps an enterprise function at a level much greater than the sum of its parts. more
(Updated 12:22 p.m.) Startup accelerator Betaspring has been recognized as a top accelerator in the country by the Seed Accelerator Rankings Project and also was highlighted in Inc. magazine’s field guide to accelerators as one of the top eight in the nation. more
Alex and Ani LLC has been chosen to participate in the second-annual New York Fashion Tech Lab as a returning founding member. more
The deadline for the R.I. Business Plan Competition is quickly approaching. more
James Hays, Manning assistant professor of computer science at Brown University, has been awarded a fellowship grant by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Hays was recognized for his work in computer graphics, computer vision and computational … more
(Updated, 5:30 p.m.) Gov. Gina M. Raimondo will propose three programs designed to make college more affordable and easier to access in Rhode Island, and to attract and retain recent graduates in high-wage science, technology and design fields. more
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