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A TIME TO CELEBRATE: Winning companies in the Best Places To Work competition often send large contingents to the awards ceremony, which is a 500-person party, complete with rock music-scored videos and a suspenseful unveiling of the top companies in each of the size categories. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
A TIME TO CELEBRATE: Winning companies in the Best Places To Work competition often send large contingents to the awards ceremony, which is a 500-person party, complete with rock music-scored videos and a suspenseful unveiling of the top companies in each of the size categories. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Providence Business News began its awards programs 11 years ago with the Business Excellence Awards because “we wanted to get to know our audience; we wanted to have a two-way conversation,” said Publisher Roger C. Bergenheim. “And, almost every year without exception, the events get bigger,” he added. The awards have grown to six programs…

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