Updated September 25 at 12:28pm
Small Business
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Richard G. Horan is senior managing director of the Slater Technology Fund, a state-backed venture capital fund charged with working with co-investors to support "entrepreneurs and technologists with the passion and vision to build high-value … more
Newport Nautical Timbers produces air-dried timber for boat building, furniture and other uses, filling a vacuum in the market, President Mike duPont says. DuPont co-founded the company in 2011 with a fellow graduate of International Yacht … more
Shelfdig.com is a free website that helps Providence consumers browse for local goods before visiting bricks-and-mortar stores. The business could be a money-making proposition once different strategies are leveraged to bring in revenue … more
DESIGNxRI has unveiled recipients of the Providence Design Catalyst grant program, in which 17 city businesses will receive up to $35,000 each. more
Small businesses that suffered an economic loss in the March 11 fire at Westgate Condominiums are reminded that the deadline for submitting a disaster loan application is Jan. 6, 2016. more
RevUp by Betaspring last month accepted Easy Mortgage Apps into its accelerator program to help the fledgling startup grow its mobile-first platform for mortgage services. more
Rhode Island organizations are reinvigorating buy-local campaigns for the holidays, but how much the efforts truly boost the bottom lines for businesses can be hard to measure. The Rhode Island Foundation took over the state's year-round … more
Keno Mullings and his wife, Jasmine, are helping everyone and anyone to become an entrepreneur. The couple moved to Rhode Island two years ago and last summer launched The Mullings Group. On the services side, the company provides … more
Launched by four co-founders, Greycork makes and sells sturdy, easy-to-assemble furniture. Founded in January 2014, the Providence firm discontinued its first product, a prototype of a coffee table, in March 2015 because sales were slower … more
Andy Trench, CEO and founder of XactSense, talks with Providence Business News about the Warwick startup and how it recently was named a MassChallenge Boston 2015 winner. The company, which employs three people, builds autonomous 3-D laser-scanning drones. more
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