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HELPING HANDS: From left, Erin Cox, program officer; Cindy Larson, deputy director; Jeanne Cola, executive director; Megan Ressler, program assistant; and Deanna Bruno, program assistant, at LISC’s Providence office.
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LISC fosters relationships to build stronger communities in Rhode Island

Business Excellence Awards 2018 Excellence at a Nonprofit: Local Initiatives Support Corp. Rhode Island Jeanne Cola says she has the best job in Rhode Island at...
GIVEN PAWS: From left, Ageless Innovation co-founders Andrew Jeas, chief operating officer; Ted Fischer, CEO; Tom Canterino, vice president of business development; and Meghan Gamboa, senior vice president of marketing, review software governing their animatronic cats and dogs in the company’s Pawtucket office. 
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Ageless Innovation creates companions for the aged

Innovative Companies | Innovative Collaboration Children aren’t the only ones who can benefit from being engaged with toys and products, according to Pawtucket-based Ageless Innovation LLC. The...
ENERGIZED: ADI Energy staffers review a client’s energy-use analysis. From left: Joe Palumbo, senior project manager; Jeanette Coleman-Hall, project manager; Brenda Konopelko, controller; and John Rizzo, president and CEO.
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ADI Energy positioned to deliver efficient design

Fastest Growing Companies | $5M-$25M | 1st place CEO (or equivalent): John J. Rizzo, CEO 2017 Revenue: $17,069,916 2015 Revenue: $4,828,850 Revenue growth: 253.5% When ADI Energy LLC President...

Luca + Danni rides hand-crafted jewelry to rebuild family legacy

Fastest Growing Companies | $5M-$25M | 2nd place CEO (or equivalent): Fred Magnanimi, founder and CEO 2017 Revenue: $7,345,245 2015 Revenue: $2,183,637 Revenue growth: 236.4% Every day when the...

TribalVision focuses on results, primed audiences

Fastest Growing Companies | $5M-$25M | 3rd place CEO (or equivalent): Chris Ciunci, managing partner 2017 Revenue: $6,058,121 2015 Revenue: $3,779,868 Revenue growth: 60.3% When Chris Ciunci started TribalVision...
SEAL APPROVAL: Michael Kenney, co-founder and president of Building Enclosure Science, tests the front wall of a condominium complex in Chelsea, Mass., to see if there is moisture inside the walls, part of a test to make sure the building is keeping out the rain.
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Building Enclosure Science extends old buildings’ useful years

Fastest Growing Companies | $250,000-$5M | 1st place CEO (or equivalent): Charles Antone, co-founder and chief operating officer 2017 Revenue: $2,597,422 2015 Revenue: $556,478 Revenue growth: 366.8% Old buildings,...

Best Practice Energy lets electricity suppliers compete on price

Fastest Growing Companies | $250,000-$5M | 4th place CEO (or equivalent): Bryan Yagoobian, president 2017 Revenue: $3,159,732 2015 Revenue: $1,926,611 Revenue growth: 64% With the changes in deregulation and...

SecurityRI.com stays on top of threats with personal touch

Fastest Growing Companies | $250,000-$5M | 5th place CEO (or equivalent): Jon Volatile, CEO 2017 Revenue: $3,792,175 2015 Revenue: $2,505,606 Revenue growth: 51.3% As hacking threats continue to present...
WASTE NOT: Earthly co-founders Frank Mastrobuono, left, and Mike Kowalczyk, center, pick up food waste at Empire Tea & Coffee in Newport. Earthly produces worm castings, a natural fertilizer. Mastrobuono shows the finished potting mix, as Kowalczyk and Empire manager Josh Unorski talk. 
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Earthly makes sure discarded food isn’t wasted

Innovative Companies | Energy & the Environment Worm manure, known as castings, helps cannabis grow, the minds behind North Kingstown-based Earthly Solutions Inc. have discovered. Frank...
SAGE COUNSEL: From left, Nacor Matos Custodia, financial coach at Capital Good Fund, and Wally Okby, vice president of investor relations, counsel clients Ann-gel Mitchell and Charles Isler in managing their finances.
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Capital Good Fund offers competitive alternative to payday lenders

Innovative Companies | Financial Running into financial issues or attempting to get out of bad situations can be daunting. Providence-based Capital Good Fund can come...

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