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RETAIL MARKETPOINT was selected as the winner of Cox Business' Get Started Rhode Island bsuiness pitch competition. Above, from left: Ross Nelson, vice president, Cox Business; Mike Ritz, moderator, and executive director of Leadership Rhode Island; John Rafferty, founder of Retail MarketPoint; Shannon Shallcross, co-founder and CEO, BetaXAnalytics; Arnell Milhouse, co-founder and CEO, CareerDevs Computer Science University; Patrice M. Milos, co-founder, CEO and president, Medley Genomics; and Karl Wadensten, CEO and president, VIBCO Vibrators. / COURTESY COX BUSINESS

Retail MarketPoint takes top prize at Get Started Rhode Island

PROVIDENCE – Retail MarketPoint Inc. was voted the winner of Cox Business’ seventh annual Get Started Rhode Island business pitch contest held Wednesday night...
NONDAIRY: Jacob Conway, left, and Kevin Eve are co-founders and owners of Uproot, which provides dispensers for plant-based milks, now available at the Brown University cafeteria, Johnson & Wales University and other locations.
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Milk for all tastes, diets

The inspiration for Uproot Inc., a plant-based milk company founded by Brown University graduates, started with disappointment at the choice in the school’s cafeteria. Kevin...
UPROOT was named the overall winner of the 2019 Rhode Island Business Competition. Above, from left to right:, Anthony Mangiarelli, competition co-chair; Kevin Eve and Jacob Conway, both of Uproot, and Margaret “Peggy” Farrell, competition co-chair. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND BUSINESS COMPETITION

Rhode Island Business Competition names 2019 winners

PROVIDENCE – The 2019 Rhode Island Business Competition winners were announced Tuesday evening at a ceremony at the New England Medical Innovation Center. The 12...

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