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ON THE RISE: Paul Pinto, The RISE Group Inc.’s chief information officer, has helped the company
transition to data-driven decision-making, leveraging analytics to gain insights and drive business growth. 
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RISE Group’s Pinto makes dramatic impacts through technology

PBN C-Suite 2024 Awards ENTERPRISE PRIVATE COMPANY: Paul Pinto The RISE Group Inc. | Chief information officer PAUL PINTO ALWAYS THOUGHT he’d end up becoming an accountant....
GROUP CHAT: CliftonLarsonAllen LLP staffers gather for a conversation at the firm’s Cranston office. Pictured from left are Michelle Berkovitz, signing director; Michael Ung, assurance signing director; Donna Provost, tax senior; Tohib Giwa, business operations senior; and Brian Enverso and David Fontes, principals. 
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RUPERT WHITELEY

CliftonLarsonAllen celebrates employee outcomes to better serve clients

PBN Diversity Equity & Inclusion 2023 Awards Accounting: CLA MICHAEL UNG VIEWS diversity, equity and inclusion in three ways. Ung, assurance signing director at national accounting...
TUNING UP: Lang Yang, a davenport operator at Groov-Pin Corp., evaluates the inner workings of a machine at the Smithfield-based manufacturer. 
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Groov-Pin regularly is purposeful toward its customers

PBN 2023 Manufacturing Awards EXCELLENCE AT A MIDSIZE MANUFACTURER: Groov-Pin Corp. WORKING IN MANUFACTURING fills Lauren Ciuba with a very real sense of purpose. Ciuba, marketing...
EASING TENSIONS: Greenwich Bay Brokers recently began offering divorce real estate services to clients going through separation while selling homes. Pictured from left are Jennifer O’Leary, broker and owner of Greenwich Bay Brokers; attorney Sean O’Leary, co-founder of the firm; and real estate agent Rob Silva at their Warwick office. 
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Greenwich Bay Brokers sells homes and resolves conflicts

PBN Innovative Companies 2023 Professional Services: Greenwich Bay Brokers IN A MARKET full of stiff competition for severely limited housing inventory, local Realtors need to take...

Blount Fine Foods’ hot soup equals high revenue

PBN Fastest Growing Companies 2023 $75 million and above No. 2. Blount Fine Foods Corp. CEO (or equivalent): Todd S. Blount, CEO and president 2022 revenue:...

SEACORP helps grow the Navy’s technology

PBN Fastest Growing Companies 2023 $75 million and above No. 3. SEACORP LLC CEO (or equivalent): David Cadorette, president 2022 revenue: $107.5 million 2020 revenue: $78.2 million Revenue...
STANDING OUT: Kim Belenger, Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport’s lead system engineer for the surveillance towed array sensor system-expeditionary, says she had to clear hurdles as a woman in a male-dominated industry. 
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Kim Belenger, Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport lead system engineer...

PBN Leaders & Achievers 2023 Kim Belenger Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport Lead system engineer for the surveillance towed array sensor system-expeditionary Kim Belenger was...
MAKING DEALS: Dean deTonnancourt, CEO, owner and broker for Warwick-based HomeSmart Professionals Real Estate, has grown his agency to more than 250 associates and routinely sits among the top five companies in the state based on both closed transactions and sales volume. 
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Dean deTonnancourt, HomeSmart Professionals Real Estate CEO, owner and broker

PBN Leaders & Achievers 2023 Dean deTonnancourt HomeSmart Professionals Real Estate CEO, owner and broker DEAN DETONNANCOURT WAS INTRODUCED to the world of real estate in...
SUPPORTING MENTAL HEALTH: ­Employees for Groov-Pin Corp. in Smithfield gather for the 2022 National Alliance of Mental Illness Rhode Island’s NAMI Walk at Roger Williams Park in Providence.
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At Groov-Pin, a well-conditioned lifestyle gets employees into a ‘Groov’

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2023 2-99 Employees 1. Groov-Pin Corp. CEO (or equivalent): Scot Jones, CEO Number of employees: 90 WHETHER ITS EMPLOYEES learning how to save...

Greenwood Credit Union makes employees feel welcome

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2023 2-99 Employees 3. Greenwood Credit Union CEO (or equivalent): Frederick Reinhardt, CEO and president Number of employees: 72 TAKING THAT EXTRA...
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