Innovation
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Slater Technology Fund is waiting patiently - but still waiting – for the bulk of $9 million in federal stimulus crucial to its transformation from a state-funded investment vehicle to a self-sustaining, venture-capital firm. more
Building Futures, a program of The Providence Plan, was named the 2013 winner of the Governor’s Workforce Board’s Innovation Award. more
Swipely – the creator of a platform that helps local merchants accept payments and understand customers – has completed a $12 million Series B round of financing led by Shasta Ventures. more
WOONSOCKET – Summer Infant has introduced upgraded versions of its award-winning Baby Touch digital color video monitor with the Baby Touch 2 and Baby Touch Boost. more
“It was one of those funny moments,” recalled Davide Dukcevich, one of the third generation of family members to lead Burrilville-based Daniele Inc., producers of gourmet charcuterie, or cured meat products. more
Betaspring is reminding would-be entrepreneurs that the early application deadline for its fall accelerator session in Tuesday, May 21, with the final deadline coming on June 12. more
CVS Caremark Corp. President and CEO Larry Merlo on Tuesday told an audience of about 500 business, government and organizational leaders that success begins with an innovative idea. more
The Garage is the new, flexible structure for business strategy-sharing, inspiration and anticipated collaboration created by the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce to replace the orderly aisles of exhibitors that for two decades populated its erstwhile annual Business Expo. more
The unique technology of Providence-based Nabsys Inc., a life sciences company focused on technology for analyzing DNA, has garnered industry attention nationally. The company recently closed a $20 million financing round. Dr. Barrett Bready, president, CEO and a Rhode Island-native, discusses his company’s recent success, its unique technology and the future of the state’s biotech industry. more
Solar energy to date has largely been focused on buildings – business and residential – and ways in which their inhabitants can reduce carbon footprints via personal responsibility. more
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