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New Business
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Providence is not the best place to start a business. In fact, it’s the second-worst large city in the nation to start one, ahead of only Ontario, Calif., according to the latest study by personal finance website Wallethub. more
Social Enterprise Greenhouse will launch its seventh Impact Accelerator cohort on Jan. 19. more
Glen Ilacqua, president of South 6 Inc., talks about the new company that he recently opened in New Bedford. It is an information technology staffing agency that emphasizes cybersecurity. more
Anthony Baro, managing principal and founder of PowerDocks LLC, talks about the new business, which offers modular, moored and free-floating autonomous marine platforms powered by renewable energy that are designed to power equipment, store power, charge electrical equipment and facilitate operational functions in off-coastal marine regions. more
SalesBrief is changing the way people think about sales and already making a splash in Rhode Island. SalesBrief grew in fall 2015 out of the incubation-like services offered through Figmints LLC, a Rhode Island-based marketing company. … more
Jennifer GiardIno and Jamie Sharp had worked together at a marketing agency more than 15 years ago, and hit it off. They remained friends, working for different companies. In November 2015, they launched their own creative-services company, … more
Sisters Alexis Devine and Mona Devine Kronholm are trying to spread good health through one of Providence's newest businesses: Devine City Cycle. The indoor cycling fitness studio on West Fountain Street is a conduit for the sisters to … more
Bill Paukert worked as an industrial designer for 16 years, for toymaker Hasbro Inc. Then he switched careers, applying his design and mechanical experience to a more grown-up object of desire: the electric guitar. Through his business, … more
An "uphill adventure" is the way Armando DeDona, president and director of Long Live Beerworks, describes pursuing his dream of owning his own brewery. DeDona, 37, spent a year and a half getting permits and equipment for the business, … more
A student storage venture captured first place in Johnson & Wales University’s fifth annual “SharkFest” student entrepreneurship competition Tuesday. more
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