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FRESH LOOK: BankNewport administrators cut the ribbon on the recently restored branch in Newport’s Washington Square. Pictured, from left, are Amy Riccitelli, senior vice president and director of retail sales; Mary Leach, executive vice president and director of consumer relationships; Sandra J. Pattie, CEO and president; and Evan Rose, vice president and branch sales manager. / COURTESY BANKNEWPORT

BankNewport is a vital financial and social asset to the community

PBN Business Excellence Awards 2020 Excellence at a Large Company: BankNewport ONE OF BANKNEWPORT’S priorities is developing a best-in-class customer experience by focusing on the...
HEALTHY CONVERSATION: From left, Brown Medicine medical assistant Lisa Mallard, Nurse Care Manager LaNeir Johnson, medical assistant Mariah Pinheiro and Dr. Tony Wu have a discussion together at a counter at Brown Medicine’s East Providence office. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Brown Medicine provides the right dose of ‘Medicine’ for all

PBN Business Excellence Awards 2020 Excellence at a Nonprofit – Large Company: Brown Medicine COLLEGIALITY AMONG PHYSICIANS, staff and leadership rarely surpassed by other health...

EpiVax’s mission revolves around a culture of curiosity

PBN FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES 2020 $5M - $25M 5. EpiVax Inc. CEO (or equivalent): Dr. Anne De Groot, CEO and chief scientific officer 2019 Revenue: $6.8 million 2017...

Navigant continues to build a bigger union

PBN FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES 2020 $75M AND ABOVE 3. Navigant Credit Union CEO (or equivalent): Gary Furtado 2019 Revenue: $107 million 2017 Revenue: $77.4 million Revenue growth:...

Blount Fine Foods offers a ‘fair’ amount of wellness options for...

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island Awards 2020 | 500-1,499 EMPLOYEES 5. Blount Fine Foods Corp.  | Todd Blount, CEO and president | Number of...

Prospect Medical Holdings Inc. offers a perfect model for care

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island Awards 2020 | 1,500-5,000+ EMPLOYEES 5. Prospect Medical Holdings Inc.  | Jeffrey H. Liebman, CEO, CharterCARE Health Partners |...

Job Lot collaborates with others to help meet wellness goal

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island Awards 2020 | 1,500-5,000+ EMPLOYEES 7. Ocean State Job Lot  | Steve Aronow, Alan Perlman, Marc Perlman, Owners |...
SEAL OF APPROVAL: Employees at Blount Fine Foods Corp. work an assembly line, placing labels on food products. / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Blount Fine Foods Corp. has a big appetite for increased business

PBN MANUFACTURING AWARDS 2020 | Overall Excellence, more than 500 employees: Blount Fine Foods Corp. BACK IN 1943, Warren-based entrepreneur F. Nelson Blount was ready...
SPIN CYCLE: New England Institute of Technology Advanced Manufacturing Coordinator Todd Sposato, right, works with student Zach Carmody, 24, of Charlestown on the lathe at the Shipbuilding/Marine and Advanced Manufacturing Institute workroom at New England Tech’s Warwick campus. 
PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

New England Tech’s SAMI program infuses local economy with trained machinists

PBN MANUFACTURING AWARDS 2020 | Workforce Development & Productivity: New England Institute of Technology Shipbuilding/Marine and Advanced Manufacturing Institute IT’S THE TYPE of program that...
A-LISTER: OPTX Rhode Island CEO Lynne Diamante has networked with the socially elite, including past Miss USA winner Olivia Culpo, and gave custom Cartier and Gucci glasses to Tony Bennett as an invited guest for his early 90th birthday celebration.  / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Lynne Diamante is bringing Rodeo Drive to Hartford Avenue with OPTX...

PBN BUSINESS WOMEN AWARDS 2020 INDUSTRY LEADER, SMALL BUSINESS: Lynne Diamante | OPTX Rhode Island IF ANYONE COULD represent three blocks of 100 world-class stores...

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