Fastest-Growing & Innovative Companies
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The information technology services provider Atrion Networking Corp. has doubled its revenue over the past four years by not – oddly enough – focusing solely on technology. more
Precix Inc., a manufacturer of O-rings and seals for the automotive, aerospace and energy industries, experienced the recent recession earlier than a lot of businesses, and got out of it earlier, too. more
Hope Global is one of the fastest-growing manufacturers in Rhode Island because of a team approach to marketing its textile and wire products. The Cumberland company makes goods ranging from boot laces and parachute cords to the wire mesh that reinforces motor vehicle doors, trunks and seats. more
The Great Recession delivered a hammer blow to building and real estate businesses, and New England Construction did not escape the pain. The East Providence-based company saw revenue fall from more than $58 million in 2008 to $20 million in 2010. But while other companies folded, New England Construction held on and worked hard to rebuild through the recovery. Today the company’s annual revenue is nearly where it was before the downturn five years ago, up to $53.5 million in 2012. more
Growth has been a constant at Carousel Industries of North America Inc. since it was founded in 1992 to integrate and manage technology solutions that solve business problems. more
Like many insurance businesses, Narragansett Bay Insurance Co. endured a difficult test not quite a year ago, when Hurricane Sandy blew a swatch of destruction along the East Coast. more
Middletown-based Embrace Home Loans continues to enjoy strong growth in 2013, mainly, said President Kurt Noyce, because of the investment it makes in the well-being of employees. more
Warren Equities Inc. has fueled its rise as one of the fastest-growing companies in Rhode Island with its successful marketing of petroleum products throughout the Northeast, driven by its founder’s unique business sense. more
In addition to its standing atop the largest company category in Providence Business News’ Fastest-Growing Private Companies list, Rhode Island-based jewelry brand Alex and Ani LLC recently was named one of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies by Inc. magazine. With revenue shooting up from $2.2 million in 2009 to $79.8 million in 2012, Alex and Ani ranked fourth in the Top 100 Retail Companies category and 94th overall. CEO Giovanni Feroce attributes this growth to a “triple bottom line” approach – profitability, environmentalism and charity. more
We liked it so much the first time that we couldn’t wait to undertake the Fastest-Growing & Innovative Companies program this year. And based on what we found, some really interesting stuff is bubbling to the surface in our corner of the world. more
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