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WIRED: Creative Conners Inc. software developer Christian Basse works on a project at his computer. / PBN FILE PHOTO/
RUPERT WHITELEY


Creative Conners has a positive effect on live shows

PBN FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES 2020 $5M – $25M 1. CREATIVE CONNERS INC. CEO (or equivalent): Gareth Conner, founder and president 2019 Revenue: $5.2 million 2017 Revenue: $2.1 million Revenue...
DOWN THE LINE: Amgen Inc. employees work together inside the biomanufacturer’s new biomanufacturing production plant in West Greenwich. / COURTESY AMGEN INC.

Amgen’s new biomanufacturing plant will help grow its future

PBN INNOVATIVE COMPANIES 2020 BIOTECHNOLOGY & LIFE SCIENCES (LARGE COMPANY) Amgen Inc. IN THE PROCESS of building the United States’ first next-generation biomanufacturing production plant...
fresh air: We Make RI trainer David Cucconelli, center, works with Jeremy Hardy, left, and Evan Luca during an outdoor training session. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

We Make RI helps people ‘make’ a career change

PBN INNOVATIVE COMPANIES 2020 EDUCATION/TRAINING We Make RI “Innovative” is an everyday term at Cranston-based We Make RI. The 4-year-old organization dedicates itself to educating...
WALK IN THE PARK: Textron Inc. executive counsel Jamieson Schiff and Textron Director of Site Remediation and Sustainability Gregory Simpson helped revive Providence’s Mashapaug Park in the city’s Reservoir / 
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Textron’s cleanup work helped revive a community asset

PBN INNOVATIVE COMPANIES 2020 INNOVATIVE COLLABORATION Textron Inc. IN JUNE 2019, when Mashapaug Park officially opened as a recreation spot in Providence’s Reservoir Triangle neighborhood,...
BUG ZAPPER: AVTECH Software Inc. President and Chief Operating Officer Richard Grundy kneels with a new product, a Mobile UV unit to kill microbes and inactivate viruses. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

AVTECH Software is a ‘PRO’ at keeping technology secure

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES 2020 MANUFACTURING AVTECH Software Inc. FOR 32 YEARS, AVTECH Software Inc. has been planning for the unexpected and developing building solutions, said Richard...

Fixes possible for U.S. manufacturing sector

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed deficiencies in the U.S. manufacturing sector’s ability to provide necessary products. With heavy reliance on global supply chains and foreign...
MR. CLEAN: Ben Pereira, extruder team leader, disinfects his extrusion touch screen at Cooley Group’s Pawtucket factory. / COURTESY COOLEY GROUP

Pandemic Diary: Waiting for test results is costly

(Editor’s note: This is the 15th installment in an occasional series on how Cooley Group is managing the COVID-19 pandemic, from the perspective of...

Government contractors face special challenges

While some industries grapple with slowdowns, many government contractors in Rhode Island and elsewhere have geared up during the pandemic. From military and intelligence...
COLLABORATORS: Terry Thompson, left, extruder setup, and Mike Funderburk, master mechanic, team up to perform predictive maintenance on an extruder die at Cooley Group’s Pawtucket facility. / COURTESY COOLEY GROUP

Pandemic Diary: A respite from ongoing challenges

(Editor’s note: This is the 14th installment in a periodic series on how Cooley Group is managing the COVID-19 pandemic, from the perspective of...
APPLIED SKILLS: Emily Reade, president of Reade Advanced Materials, used management skills that she learned while working in the banking industry and applied them to help grow the East Providence-based chemical manufacturer. 
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Emily Reade, president, Reade Advanced Materials

PBN 2020 Leaders & Achievers Awards Emily Reade | President, Reade Advanced Materials CHEMISTRY WAS A whole new world to Emily Reade, a former banker,...

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