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SUCCESS STORY: Lisa J. Raiola is the founder of Hope & Main, a Warren-based food-startup incubator that has worked with more than 350 businesses. Three of the 51 initial PBN Something New small businesses are either graduates or current members of Hope & Main.
 / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

From ‘Something New,’ the strong survive

“To some people, small sounds like a limitation,” said Travis Webster-Booth, owner of TWB Creative, a copywriting and business-services firm launched in October 2014...

JWU students win 2018 SHRM Student Case Competition

PROVIDENCE – Five Johnson & Wales University undergraduates and two graduate human resources students won the 2018 Society for Human Resource Management Student Case...

Runey to succeed Bowen as JWU chancellor

PROVIDENCE – Mim L. Runey, who has served as the Johnson & Wales University Providence campus president and chief operating officer since 2011, will...
EFFECTIVE OCT. 1, Mim L. Runey will succeed John J. Bowen as the third Johnson & Wales University chancellor in the school's 104-year history. / COURTESY JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY

Runey to succeed Bowen as JWU chancellor

PROVIDENCE – Mim L. Runey, who has served as the Johnson & Wales University Providence campus president and chief operating officer since 2011, will...
COMPOST CENTRAL: Jayne Merner Senecal, owner of Earth Care Farm in Charlestown, the largest commercial-scale licensed composting facility in the state, with Jeff Glover, farm support, who is holding a grabber and bucket that he uses to clean the piles of unwanted items. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Does Rhode Island have right approach on food waste?

Tucked in a residential neighborhood of mostly rural Charlestown is the state’s largest commercial-scale compost-processing facility.Second-generation Earth Care Farm owner Jayne Merner Senecal, whose...
HANDS-ON LEARNING: A newly launched craft-brewing certificate program at Johnson & Wales University features two weeks of hands-on education at Isle Brewers Guild in Pawtucket. From left, Jack Streich, vice president, brewery operations, Isle Brewers Guild; Devin Kelly, co-founder and managing partner, Isle Brewers Guild; Ed Korry, department chair, beverage and dining services, Johnson & Wales; Jeremy Duffy co-founder and managing partner, Isle Brewers Guild; Jennifer Pereira, associate professor,  / Johnson & Wales.
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Isle Brewers Guild partners with JWU to offer online craft-brewing certificate

For a time, every old industrial complex, barn, music hall or former train station was ripe for the picking, as the fervor for craft...
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Women in the lead in hospitality

The Rhode Island Hospitality Association recently relaunched the Women in Hospitality Council with more than 65 women on the outdoor patio at NYLO Hotel...

Providence’s neighborhoods in the spotlight with new online guides

On a sunny, June afternoon, two women stop to greet one another – one entering, one exiting Seven Stars Bakery on Hope Street, on...

Five Questions With: Oscar Chilabato

Patrick “Oscar” Chilabato, an associate professor at the Johnson & Wales University College of Business, grew up in Newport and attended Providence College, where...
AS OF DEC. 31, the Lady Project will "sunset" its operations after six years growing a 1,600-member following in 15 U.S. cities. Sierra Barter, pictured, spoke to the Providence Business News Thursday about the shuttering. / COURTESY SIERRA BARTER

Lady Project announces ‘sunset’ of operations by end of 2018

PROVIDENCE - In a letter sent to its constituency Thursday, women's economic development nonprofit and networking group The Lady Project announced it will "sunset,"...
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