1 What are a few of the advantages in the recent move from Providence to Pawtucket?
Providence was great to be right in the middle of everything, but it was really just an office. The move to Pawtucket means we've taken that leap toward …
Elise Penn Pansey, a Realtor with Century 21 Butterman & Kryston in Pawtucket, is a consistent top-seller who also markets herself as the “pet-friendly Realtor.” In a recent exchange with the Providence Business News, she explained what that means.
Pat Sabatino, CEO and founder of Providence firm Datarista, talks with Providence Business News about the new company and how it received $350,000 in funding from the Slater Technology Fund. The funding was part of a $1 million seed round led by Slater and other private investors.
Joseph A. MarcAurele is chairman and CEO of Washington Trust Bancorp Inc., parent company of The Washington Trust Co., based in Westerly. MarcAurele talks with Providence Business News about the bank’s performance, how he thinks about market expansion and what to expect next.
Dennis Roy is president and chief executive officer of East Bay Community Action Program, a nonprofit organization that merged recently with East Bay Center. Roy, a board member of the Rhode Island Health Center Association and the Rhode Island Community Action Association, talked with Providence Business News about the merger of nonprofit organizations EBCAP and East Bay Center – which did not trigger staff reductions – and how that merger will impact their respective constituencies.
Tom McGovern, executive director of Warwick-based A Wish Come True, first began his service with the nonprofit as a board member in 1991. He has since held numerous positions on the board, including serving as president for 10 years.
Edward Sanderson is executive director of the Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission. The commission administers federal and state tax credits for rehabilitating historic commercial buildings.