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Tourism districts gain support from hotels: ‘We have to try something...

PROVIDENCE – There is growing support among hotel owners and managers for Providence and Warwick creating tourism-improvement districts to generate additional revenue for marketing...
A PANEL DISCUSSION at Providence Business News’ Diversity and Inclusion Summit and Awards event on Wednesday is led by Kevin Matta, center, human resources chief and diversity officer with the Amos House in Providence and board vice president of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals. With him, from left, is Angela B. Ankoma, vice president of the Rhode Island Foundation’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiative; Shameen Awan, vice president of talent management and DE&I assistant vice president at Amica Insurance Co.; Doris De Los Santos, manager of the supplier diversity program at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island; Ken Gladney, executive director and manager of diversity, assets and wealth management at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.; Shaweta Pandey, executive director of strategic diversity management at CVS Health Corp.; and Monika Soban, director of manufacturing and diversity, inclusion and belonging site lead at Amgen Rhode Island. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN Summit: Diversity, equity and inclusion talk needs to lead to...

WARWICK – Business and nonprofit leaders in Rhode Island and beyond realize that targeted efforts to increase diversity, equity and inclusion in culture and...
THE CARPIONATO GROUP announced a $22 million renovation of the Crown Plaza Hotel Providence-Warwick. / COURTESY CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL PROVIDENCE-WARWICK

Carpionato has $22M renovation planned for Crowne Plaza

WARWICK – The Crowne Plaza Hotel Providence-Warwick will undergo a $22 million renovation, according to The Carpionato Group Wednesday. The company, which owns the property,...
HELPING MANUFACTURERS: Companies responding to a Polaris MEP survey used red dots to identify their top five business needs. One-third of 152 manufacturing representatives identified managing growth as one of their top priorities. / COURTESY ­POLARIS MEP

Makers look to expand local supply chain

What is made in the Ocean State? Even some manufacturers, who make a living making products, are surprised by the diversity of local suppliers. An...
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