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PROVIDENCE – The Social Enterprise Greenhouse Impact Accelerator program is kicking off its sixth impact accelerator cohort on Jan. 14 featuring ventures ranging from a cloth diaper service to a device that fits on motorcycle taxis used in the developing world. more
The Rhode Island Business Plan Competition has named 14 semi-finalists in the 2016 competition from among 79 applicants. more
The Rhode Island Business Plan Competition said its annual Elevator Pitch Contest will be held Dec. 3, and a total of $1,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to this year’s top presenters. more
(Updated Feb. 25 to reflect full ownership) The calamities that befall smartphones and tablet computers have made for an interesting business in fixing all that ails them. The Mobile Fix, which opened in December at 1638 Warwick Ave. in Warwick, specializes in repair of cellphones … more
Eight University of Massachusetts technology projects will each receive $25,000 in Tech Development Fund Awards, University of Massachusetts President Martin T. Meehan said Thursday. more
Access Point HSA advises financial advisers and asset managers on how to best help workers save for health care costs in retirement. HSAs, or health savings accounts, do not just hold cash but serve as investment vehicles whose value can … more
Dana and Josh Kretzmann knew how challenging it could be to launch and maintain a small, retail business. So when they had an opportunity to expand their shop, White Buffalo, into a larger space, they thought a shared space with other small … more
Venture capitalists invested $16.3 million in Rhode Island companies in 2015, considerably less than in 2014, when venture capital investments topped $124 million. more
Michael D. Croft is trying to transform the learning marketplace. The CEO of Volute Technologies Inc., founded last winter, is collaborating with local, national and international universities to develop an interactive learning platform … more
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
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