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PAULA IACONO, executive director of the Chartercare Foundation who was named the 2023 Career Achiever in Providence Business News’ 2023 Business Women Awards program, delivers her speech during Thursday's awards luncheon at the Providence Marriott Downtown. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN honors top Business Women for 2023

PROVIDENCE – Paula Iacono at first didn’t set out to be a fundraiser. But, she said, “it happened.” Iacono, the executive director of the Chartercare...
WHAT’S IN STORE? Jo Lee, founder of PopUp Rhody, at a Botanic Providence pop-up retail site organized by her company at Stock ­Culinary Goods on Hope Street in Providence. 
PBN FILE PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Building a venture in pop-up matchmaking

PBN 2023 Business Women Awards ACHIEVEMENT HONOREE: Jo Lee | PopUp Rhody founder DURING THE EARLY PART of her career in the technology sector, Jo...
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS has announced 28 honorees for its 2023 Business Women Awards program.

CharterCARE Foundation’s Iacono among 28 honorees for PBN’s Business Women Awards...

PROVIDENCE – Paula Iacono, executive director for the CharterCARE Foundation, has been selected by Providence Business News as this year’s Career Achievement winner among...
POP-UP BAKERY: Thrive Cakery LLC owner Jasmine Mendez speaks with John Shaw of Cumberland about her products, which she will be offering through a pop-up kiosk on the second floor of the Providence Place mall through the new year.
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Holiday cliffhanger: How long will merry feeling last for shoppers, retailers?

Karen Beebe’s Christmas season began months ago, in the heat of August, when she placed an order for 360 ­holiday ornaments. For Beebe, the owner...
WHAT’S IN STORE? Jo Lee, founder of PopUp Rhody, at a Botanic Providence pop-up retail site organized by her company at Stock Culinary Goods on Hope Street in Providence. 
PBN PHOTO/­ELIZABETH GRAHAM

She’s building a venture in pop-up matchmaking

During the early part of her career in the technology sector, Jo Lee’s perspective was global. The industry’s momentum swept her up into jobs...
NEW DIRECTION: Jo Lee, owner of PopUp Rhody, in her home office in Providence. She is revamping her online marketplace designed to connect artisans with property owners with space to rent. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Business incubator born in response to COVID-19

Jo Lee’s new business was on the fast track to success. In a single year, she’d transformed PopUp Rhody LLC from an idea into a...
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