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The pitch: The mission of Massage Envy is to make customized massages, facials and relaxing therapies available to everyone. Years in business: Purchased initial franchise in August 2009 … more
A new wine bar on Dorrance Street in Providence is shaking up the capital city's popular foodie scene with its egalitarian management style. Fortnight Wine Bar, a workers' cooperative opened in December, is co-owned and operated by friends … more
1 What stood out to you most about the Rhode Island banking scene in 2016? The continued growth of banks, including the expansion of the branch network in the state. Additionally, the commitment to the Rhode Island communities was steadfast … more
If you want to know how to boost the Rhode Island economy, talk to Carol O'Donnell, who has thrived in a tough business sector, the construction industry. O'Donnell is president and owner of a diversified construction business triad: CRM … more
One of Rhode Island's best-kept secrets is how fertile this state is for new companies seeking a hospitable business environment in which to grow. After winning the Rhode Island Business Competition two years ago I learned firsthand about … more
CEO (or equivalent): Dr. Antonio P. Cruz 2015 Revenue: $3,611,189 2013 Revenue: $1,327,650 Revenue growth: 172% Generating diverse revenue streams is important in any business – even a dermatology … more
CEO (or equivalent): Blair Fish 2015 Revenue: $2,853,359 2013 Revenue: $1,135,927 Revenue growth: 151% FISH ADVERTISING is a testament to the notion that size doesn't matter. A boutique firm based in … more
CEO (or equivalent): Lisa Marie Mattiello, owner and president; Nick Mattiello, owner, vice president and general manager 2015 Revenue: $5,269,930 2013 Revenue: $2,750,288 Revenue growth: 92% PRANZI CATERING & … more
CEO (or equivalent): Nick Kishfy, founder and CEO 2015 Revenue: $7,327,943 2013 Revenue: $3,434,935 Revenue growth: 113% Founded in 2008 on the Barrington patio of CEO Nick Kishfy, Providence software design and … more
PROVIDENCE – More than $13 million is owed in back taxes by individuals in Rhode Island, and another $17 million by businesses, according to lists recently released by the state Division of Taxation. The state agency listed the top 100 … more
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