Everybody’s Business: Forming a marketplace for a diverse arts community

CREATIVE SPACE: Subham Sett, pictured, launched Ohanga Inc. with his wife, Yuping Wang, as a digital marketplace and gallery for local artists and makers to connect with the public, as well as to connect technology and art, shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020. Last fall Ohanga opened a physical location at Garden City Center in Cranston.
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
CREATIVE SPACE: Subham Sett, pictured, launched Ohanga Inc. with his wife, Yuping Wang, as a digital marketplace and gallery for local artists and makers to connect with the public, as well as to connect technology and art, shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020. Last fall Ohanga opened a physical location at Garden City Center in Cranston.
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
(Editor’s note: This is the 27th installment in a monthly series speaking with minority business owners and leaders. Each is asked their views on minority-business conditions in the state and for ways to improve those businesses’ chances for success.) When founding Ohanga Inc., an artists’ marketplace and gallery, Subham Sett and Yuping Wang wanted to…

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