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THE SMALL BUSINESS Administration has released its latest state profiles. / COURTESY SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

More small-business firms, employees reported by latest SBA R.I. profile

PROVIDENCE - More than half, 52.7 percent, or 224,254 individuals, of the state's workforce was employed at 99,821 small businesses operating in the state...
COURTESY U.S. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Five Questions With Linda McMahon

Linda McMahon | Administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration 1. Why were you recently in Rhode Island? I what is called the “ignite tour.” It...
CENTREVILLE BANK recently provided $1.6 million to help Steve and Eliza Beringhause purchase the Red Dog Inn and Resort in Mansfield. From left, Steve Beringhause, holding Phantom; on the shorter slide, Conan, Bruno and Neeko; Eliza Beringhouse, holding Everest; Caesar, on the taller slide; and Sara Hiebner, vice president of commercial lending at Centreville Bank. / COURTESY CENTREVILLE BANK

Centreville Bank provides $1.6M for dog-grooming business

WEST WARWICK – Centreville Bank recently provided $1.6 million in financing for a dog-grooming and daycare business in Mansfield. The West Warwick-based bank made the...
THE U.S. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION is accepting applications for its 2018 Emerging Leaders Program.

SBA accepting applications for 2018 Emerging Leaders Program

PROVIDENCE - The U.S. Small Business Administration is accepting applications for its 2018 Emerging Leaders Program, the SBA announced Saturday. The executive-level, intensive education series...
SBA ADMINISTRATOR Linda McMahon and newly-appointed Region I Regional Administrator Wendell G. Davis. / COURTESY SBA RHODE ISLAND

Davis named SBA regional administrator

PROVIDENCE - Wendell G. Davis has been named Region 1 regional administrator by the U.S. Small Business Administration, according to an announcement by the...
LINDA MCMAHON, administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, visited the Rhode Island district office in February./ SBA RHODE ISLAND/ RYAN P. BRISSETTE

McMahon ventures to promote small businesses under Trump

PROVIDENCE – Linda McMahon, administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, says President Donald Trump chose her to lead the federal agency because he...
TEAM MEETING: From left, Brenton DeBoef, professor of chemistry at the University of Rhode Island, and Alcinous Pharmaceutical team members Nicholas DaSilva, CEO and Ph.D. student in the URI College of Pharmacy; Benjamin Barlock, chief technology officer and Ph.D. student in the URI College of Pharmacy; David Worthen, chief operations officer and URI assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Department of Chemical Engineering; and Ken Rose, chief scientific officer and Ph.D. student in the URI College of Pharmacy, discuss Alcinous’ latest research project. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Alcinous to use $50K Innovation Voucher to create new PARP inhibitor

Five weeks prior to celebrating its first year in business, Alcinous Pharmaceuticals received a $50,000 Innovation Voucher from R.I. Commerce Corp. The microcompany had been...
UNIQUE COLLABORATION: Viana Newton, left, and Katie Bouchard are co-owners of Providence-based beauty-products manufacturer PotionPVD, which has partnered with mobile coffee company The Nitro Cart to use its coffee beans in their beauty products. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

R.I. small businesses expanding reach through local collaborations

Once the hot water streams through, most people toss spent coffee grounds in the trash – but not Audrey ­Finocchiaro. “In my personal life, and...
HAL HORVAT is president and chief operating officer at Centreville Bank in West Warwick. / COURTESY CENTREVILLE BANK

Five Questions With: Hal Horvat

Hal Horvat is executive vice president and chief lending and retail officer at Centreville Bank. The West Warwick-based bank was recently recognized for having...
THE SOUTH EASTERN Economic Development Corp. is celebrating 35 years of business at its annual meeting this year on Nov. 29, which will include the election of members, directors and officers as well as giving out awards for Regional Business Advocate of the Year, Startup Business of the Year and Small Business of the Year.

SEED to celebrate 35 years of business

TAUNTON – The South Eastern Economic Development Corp., or SEED, is celebrating 35 years of business at its annual meeting this year. The 2017 meeting...

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