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Food4Good, a food-truck with a conscience project being developed by a Johnson & Wales University graduate, won the second Get Started Rhode Island business pitch contest, held Wednesday at the Squantum Association in East Providence. more
More than 200 business owners, leaders and advocates gathered with Rhode Island’s top officials Friday at Bryant University to try and get their voices heard and needs recognized for the upcoming legislative session under a new administration. more
Since MakerBot Industries began selling its first kits in 2009, the commercialization of 3-D printing has been gaining steam, both within the maker movement and in the mainstream media, as an idea with the potential to revolutionize manufacturing. more
MassChallenge, a startup accelerator program, awarded $1.75 million at its annual startup awards ceremony Wednesday, the Boston Business Journal reported. more
Cox Business and Inc. Magazine will host the business pitch competition, Get Started RI, for the second time in the Ocean State. This time, Cox Business is upping the ante by doubling the prize to a $10,000 technology package. more
Leading technology hubs like Silicon Valley and Boston often appear to have a stranglehold on venture capital. more
If at first you don’t succeed, etc., etc., is often a bromide said to comfort those having a string of bad luck. But that attitude is a key ingredient for the burgeoning success of the fast-growing East Providence manufacturer, NuLabel Technologies Inc. more
Social Enterprise Greenhouse – a social venture itself – may be explained best as the fuel for other startup efforts that promote positive change in Rhode Island and beyond. And while there are other organizations helping social entrepreneurs, SEG is the only one of its kind in Rhode Island. more
From a technological standpoint, running a business from home has never been easier. Smartphones, emails, fax machines, the Internet, skyping, have all led to a major surge in what has been termed "homepreneurs." In fact, it's believed more than … more
During the Great Recession, Newport-based engineer Tim Moulton bought a computer-controlled wood-cutting machine from a downsizing business for no specific reason, other than it was a great deal and that someday it could become useful. Last … more
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