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Groov-Pin supplies precision turned components and engineered fasteners to companies around the world for application in the aerospace, automotive and medical industries. Social Enterprise Greenhouse supports early-stage ventures through a variety of programs, including supplying mentors such as Scot Jones to help them refine their business plans and grow. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY


Success today requires fresh thinking

Scot Jones | Groov-Pin Corp. owner, Social ­Enterprise Greenhouse board member Groov-Pin needs a new generation of skilled talent for its advanced-manufacturing operations in Rhode...
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE Greenhouse, based in Providence, is a business accelerator for socially conscious entrepreneurs./ COURTESY OF SEG

SEG accepting applications for impact, food accelerators

PROVIDENCE – Social Enterprise Greenhouse is now accepting applications for two of its 2018 accelerator programs in Providence. The Providence-based accelerator will accept applications through...
MEG STOWE, A TEACHER and entrepreneur who founded the Girls Leadership Collaborative, has been appointed to lead the Innovation Center collaboration between LearnLaunch and Rocky Hill School in her new role as the school's innovation director. /COURTESY ROCKY HILL SCHOOL

Rocky Hill appoints director of innovation

EAST GREENWICH – Rocky Hill School has appointed Meg Stowe as the school’s new director of innovation to coordinate and expand Rocky Hill’s curriculum...
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GREENHOUSE CEO Kelly Ramirez addresses the crowd during SEG’s impact-accelerator graduation and pitch event at the Davol Square offices in Providence. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

SEG hosts July entrepreneur events

PROVIDENCE – Social Enterprise Greenhouse, a nonprofit accelerator for startups focused on social change, has scheduled events throughout the month of July for local...
BOB DIPIETRO, CO-FOUNDER and co-owner of the RI Mushroom Company just secured a $325,000 loan through the Business Development Co.

Commerce RI state SMB program has backed loans worth $600,000 so...

PROVIDENCE – A program to inject capital into some Rhode Island small businesses is picking up momentum, according to the R.I. Commerce Corp. Created...
READY TO EAT: Maggie R. Mulvena, owner of meal-delivery service Feast & Fettle, brings an order for a Lincoln family to the company van. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Selling a story key to food-startup success

Meal-delivery service Feast & Fettle managed to grow during its first year in business thanks in part to an evolving, cost-effective marketing strategy, says...
SEG 2016-17 Changemaker Fellows

SEG to celebrate Changemaker Fellows commencement

PROVIDENCE – The Social Enterprise Greenhouse will celebrate the graduation of its 2016-17 cohort of Changemaker Fellows at a commencement ceremony on May 3,...
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GREENHOUSE CEO Kelly Ramirez addresses the crowd during SEG’s impact-accelerator graduation and pitch event at the Davol Square offices in Providence. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

BIF, SEG providing beneficial meetup opportunities for entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship can be a lonely pursuit, especially for those who work 60 to 80 hours per week trying to bring a promising idea to...
GREENHOUSE EFFECT: From left, Social Enterprise Greenhouse CEO Kelly Ramirez, intern Kendre Rodriguez, Communications and Development Manager Marissa Tuccelli and SEEED Summit Manager Julie Meros. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Incubator growing social ventures

Social Enterprise Greenhouse is practicing what it teaches. The nonprofit incubator of socially conscious businesses was at a crossroads after going independent in 2008 with...

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