Josh Hatfield, a registered nurse who owns a 5-year-old, Web-based, medical-supply company in East Greenwich, had never heard of “nurture marketing” until he met David Nash at a TeamWorks Mastermind meeting in Coventry.
Casey’s Marina on Spring Wharf in Newport Harbor is just Bill Casey’s signature business. The marina that handles boats from 30-feet to 170-feet long is one of a wave of businesses he’s involved with.
When it comes to big events, people go to great lengths to secure special access to VIP passes, often sporting them like badges of honor. At A Perfect Print LLC of Providence, that demand for distinctive promotional products, such as lanyards, has helped fuel rapid growth over the past three years and doesn’t show signs of stopping. The company’s work has appeared at President Barack Obama’s second inauguration, Ozzfest concerts and National Football League games. General Manager of A Perfect Print Elisa Scittarelli, pictured above, says she gets a “kick out of” seeing A Perfect Print’s distinctive work in high-profile settings.
Banks are making more loans to small businesses according to the latest U.S. Small Business Administration report. But that’s actually a little misleading, since small-business lending in overall dollar terms continues to decline – although that decline has slowed.
PBN is now accepting applications for its newest award program and event for RI & Bristol County to celebrate the Manufacturing Renaissance that is evolving regionally and across the country. The deadline for applications is March 20th.
PBN's annual Book of Lists has been an essential resource for the local business community for almost 30 years. The Book of Lists features a wealth of company rankings from a variety of fields and industries, including banking, health care, real estate, law, hospitality, education, not-for-profits, technology and many more.