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Five Questions With: Maey Petrie

The New England Medical Innovation Center recently announced it was hosting its first ever public graduation and spring pitch event, Startups and Scaleups: NEMIC’s...

Students to demo digital games developed with RIDigi to boost health...

PROVIDENCE – Establishing a health and wellness routine can be a difficult venture. “Gamification” can help change that, say Rhode Island technology and workforce leaders. To demonstrate this concept,...

Third annual R.I. Startup Week to begin with ‘Innovation Crawl’

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Startup Week will kick off its third annual series of programming at the end of the month, beginning with an “Innovation Crawl” on Sept. 29. The...

Venture Café Providence to host panel, debate on AI’s societal impacts

PROVIDENCE – As artificial intelligence dominates headlines across industries, an upcoming panel held by Venture Café Providence in partnership with RIHub will explore potential benefits and...
STEADY PACE: Toye Onikoyi has founded two tech-related businesses in Rhode Island, including a virtual reality arcade called Bubbler VR. Unlike in bigger hubs, Onikoyi says, Rhode Island’s tech sector seems to move at a more deliberate speed, which sometimes can be an advantage. 
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TOO SMALL TO FAIL? R.I.’s low-profile tech sector avoiding carnage felt...

After John MacKrell launched an app-based laundry pickup and delivery service more than three years ago, a question sometimes came up during his search...

R.I. Business Competition gears up for Elevator Pitch Contest

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Business Competition will hold an Elevator Pitch Contest next week, and interested entrepreneurs still have a few days to apply. The...
IT’S HOME: Amanda Mottola, who was born in Paraguay and adopted as a child by a Connecticut family, set down roots in Rhode Island in 2019 and established a small marketing firm. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Adopted as a baby, marketer still connected to her ancestry

(Editor’s note: This is the 15th installment in a monthly series speaking with minority business owners and leaders. Each will be asked their views...

Schartner to depart Venture Cafe Providence as management changes

PROVIDENCE – A prominent leader in the local startup community is stepping down from her position with Venture Cafe Providence and District Hall Providence. Tuni...
MIXING IT UP: Amber Jackson creates her own blends of loose-leaf tea and sells them at The Black Leaf Tea & Culture Shop, which she launched in 2019 using her own money. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Everybody’s Business: Finding value in shared connections

(Editor’s note: This is the fifth installment in a monthly series speaking with minority business owners and leaders. Each will be asked their views...
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT: Jenn McCann and Andrew Lipsky will discuss the impact of offshore-wind installations on marine habitats on June 15. / COURTESY JENN MCCANN AND ANDREW LIPSKY

Editor’s Choice: Offshore-wind symposium to focus on changes to habitats, ecosystems

EDITOR’S CHOICE Offshore-wind symposium to focus on changes to ecosystems DISTRICT HALL PROVIDENCE and Venture Café are hosting the second installment in the 17th Annual...
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