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GAME ON: Marc Crisafulli, executive vice president of strategy and operations for Bally’s Corp. and president of Twin River Casino Hotel and Tiverton Casino Hotel, will be the guest speaker at Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce’s Eggs and Issues monthly event on Feb. 22. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Editor’s Choice: Crisafulli to discuss casino operations over breakfast


EDITOR’S CHOICE Crisafulli to discuss casino operations over breakfast THE NORTHERN RHODE ISLAND Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly virtual Eggs and Issues...
EXECUTIVE SESSION: One SouthCoast Chamber of Commerce CEOs Rick Kidder, left, and Mike O’Sullivan will have an online conversation for members on Feb. 4. / COURTESY ONE SOUTHCOAST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Editor’s Choice: One SouthCoast Chamber CEOs to discuss agenda, programs

EDITOR’S CHOICE One SouthCoast Chamber CEOs to discuss agenda, programs ONE SOUTHCOAST CHAMBER of Commerce will hold an online conversation with the Chamber’s two...

Editor’s Choice: Learning how to find real estate opportunities

EDITOR'S CHOICE Learning how to find real estate opportunities THE RHODE ISLAND Real Estate Investors Group is hosting a Zoom webinar to provide resources and...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS honored is 2020 25 Leaders & Achievers in a virtual ceremony Aug. 20.

25 business leaders honored as PBN’s 2020 Leaders & Achievers

PROVIDENCE – Twenty-five local business leaders were honored on Aug. 20 by Providence Business News for their career achievements as part of the publication’s...
WORKFORCE WORKHORSE: Lauren Slocum, CEO and president of the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce, became interested in business at age 11 when she helped in her uncle’s gift shop. She worked other jobs during college before starting her career at the Chamber. 
PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

Lauren Slocum, CEO and president, Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce

PBN 2020 Leaders & Achievers Awards Lauren Slocum | CEO and president, Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce CAREER PATHS ARE NOT always predestined roads....

PBN announces 2020 25 Leaders & Achievers honorees

PROVIDENCE – Providence Business News has announced its winners for its second annual 25 Leaders & Achievers Awards program honoring local business leaders. The individuals...
PROTECT AND GROW: Ashley Micciche, CEO of True North Retirement Advisors, on July 2 will host a forum about protecting and growing your business during a pandemic.  / COURTESY ASHLEY MICCICHE

Editor’s Choice: Learn how to grow your business during a pandemic

Editor’s choice: Learn how to grow your business during a pandemic ASHLEY MICCICHE, a certified business exit planner and CEO of True North Retirement Advisors,...
BUILDING ­SUCCESS: From top left, clockwise, Laurel Delaney, Betsy Mikesell, Angie White and Sonat Birnecker Hart will host a June 4 webinar to discuss how to build a successful business. / COURTESY LAUREL DELANEY, BETSY MIKESELL, ANGIE WHITE, SONAT BIRNECKER HART

Editor’s Choice: Founders discuss innovating, disrupting business world

EDITOR’S CHOICE Founders discuss innovating, disrupting business world FOUR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS will host a webinar about the nuances of creating, safeguarding and sustaining success in...
ECONOMIC UPDATE: R.I. Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green will be the guest speaker at the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Update Luncheon on Dec. 11 at the Newport Marriott in Newport. / COURTESY GOV. GINA M. RAIMONDO’S OFFICE

Editor’s Choice: R.I. education commissioner to speak to Newport Chamber

EDITOR’S CHOICE R.I. education commissioner to speak to Newport Chamber THE GREATER NEWPORT Chamber of Commerce will hold an Economic Update Luncheon, featuring R.I....
LEGISLATIVE RECEPTION: Lobbyist George Zainyeh, left, speaks with Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce President and CEO John Gregory, center, and Robert Wheeler, owner of dog day care center Friends of Toto in Pawtucket, during the Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce Coalition’s annual legislative reception at the Statehouse on March 26.  
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Does R.I. have too many chambers?

It’s busy being half of a two-person, full-time staff for the state’s oldest wish-granting entity, A Wish Come True. The Warwick-based nonprofit grants wishes...

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