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PLANNING AHEAD: Nate Fiske, right, Case Snow Management Inc. regional director of operations, and shop foreman Ken Maynard equip one of the company’s trucks with a tablet loaded with Case’s management software.
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Case taking industry by storm

2019 PBN Fastest Growing Companies: $25m - $75M 1. Case Snow Management Inc. CEO (or equivalent): Jason Case 2018 Revenue: $42,241,933 2016 Revenue: $19,955,219 Revenue growth: 111.7% WHEN WINTER...
ACCORDING TO PLAN: From left, Assistant Project Manager Taylor Huntly, Superintendent Marty Mendonca, Senior Project Manager Chi Yik and Manager of Project Administration Sharon Barbary unfurl blueprints in the Providence office of Shawmut Design and Construction.
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Energized by innovative projects

2019 PBN Fastest Growing Companies: $75M and above 1. Shawmut Design and Construction CEO (or equivalent): Les Hiscoe 2018 Revenue: $169,800,000 2016 Revenue: 103,375,698 Revenue growth: 64.3% ALTHOUGH EMPLOYEE-OWNED national...
SELF HELP: Swoogo CEO Leonora Valvo has built a subscription-based event-marketing software company with her business partner Tim Cummins, without the help of venture capital. 
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Filling a gap in the meetings market

2019 PBN Fastest Growing Companies: $250,000 to $5M 1. Swoogo CEO (or equivalent): Leonora Valvo, founder and CEO 2018 Revenue: $2,024,618 2016 Revenue: $370,461 Revenue growth: 446.5% SWOOGO IS a...

Navigant spreads its roots in R.I.

2019 PBN Fastest Growing Companies: $75M and above 3. Navigant Credit Union CEO (or equivalent): Gary E. Furtado, CEO and president 2018 Revenue: $94,166,012 2016 Revenue: $68,831,840 Revenue...

Providing hospitals a powerful tool

2019 PBN Fastest Growing Companies: | $5m - $25M 5. ChartWise Medical Systems Inc. CEO (or equivalent): Steven Mason 2018 Revenue: 6,840,577 2016 Revenue: 5,639,593 Revenue growth: 21.3% SINCE IMPLEMENTING...
A CLOSE LOOK: NFI Corp. employee Kim Brittain inspects a laminate at the New Bedford company.
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At NFI, a laser focus on graphics

2019 PBN Fastest Growing Companies: | $5m - $25M 1. NFI Corp. CEO (or equivalent): Renaud Megard, owner and CEO 2018 Revenue: $14,482,646 2016 Revenue: $5,511,868 Revenue growth: 162.8% WHILE...

Marketing success with integrated plan

2019 PBN Fastest Growing Companies: $250,000 to $5M 4. Integrated Media Group LLC CEO (or equivalent): Gil Lantini and Ralph Coppolino, co-founders 2018 Revenue: $1,702,345 2016 Revenue: $573,649 Revenue...
FORMULA FOR SUCCESS: Kaylee Miller, a chemist for the Original Bradford Soap Works Inc., works on a research and development project in the company lab in West Warwick. Bradford executives say the company thrives because of its drive to develop new products.
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Personal care pushed to new levels

2019 PBN Innovative Companies: Manufacturing Original Bradford Soap Works Inc. ORIGINAL BRADFORD SOAP WORKS INC. has built a reputation as a developer and manufacturer of innovative...

Luxury linens made close to home

2019 PBN Fastest Growing Companies: $25m - $75M 3. John Matouk & Co. CEO (or equivalent): George Matouk Jr. 2018 Revenue: $37,942,000 2016 Revenue: $29,325,000 Revenue growth: 29.4% JOHN MATOUK...
WATER FEATURE: PowerDocks Managing Partner Anthony Baro, left, is with mechanical engineer Dan Servant at the company’s Fall River facility. Servant is working on a prototype remote monitoring buoy that can gather and transmit aquaculture data to shore.
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PowerDocks taps into sustainability needs

2019 PBN Innovative Companies: Maritime PowerDocks LLC CREATING AN INNOVATIVE product is one thing. But PowerDocks LLC is riding its products’ momentum to fuel a...

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