Retail Business Services Partners with ADUSA Supply Chain and Innovation Studio to Launch Fourth Annual SEED Start-Up Immersion Program
For the fourth year, Retail Business Services is partnering with ADUSA Supply Chain and Innovation Studio, a non-profit organization focused on growing inclusive entrepreneurship, to help early-stage entrepreneurs seize their express lane to grocery retail.
A Boston-based innovation program is partnering with Worcester Polytechnic Institute and the state’s digital gaming center to launch a new entrepreneurial program out of WPI’s Seaport location.
Cambridge, MA, Sept. 17, 2021- Innovation Studio (a.k.a Venture Café Foundation), will shift responsibility for operations of the Venture Café Cambridge program to the Venture Café Global Institute (VCGI), in order to focus more on its inclusionary innovation programs throughout Greater Boston and New England. IS and VCGI will continue to collaborate on programming that grows the innovation ecosystem.
Venture Cafe & District Hall Providence operations to transition from Innovation Studio to Venture Cafe Global Institute and Cambridge Innovation Center
Innovation Studio (f.k.a Venture Café New England), the Venture Café Global Institute and Cambridge Innovation Center have agreed to shift responsibility for the operations of the Venture Café Providence Thursday Gathering program and District Hall Providence to the Venture Café Global Institute (VCGI). We expect the transition to be complete sometime between the end of September through the end of October.
District Hall Providence Hosts Vice President Harris, Commerce Secretary Raimondo For Women-Led Business Roundtable
The Vice President and Commerce Secretary traveled to Rhode Island to meet with Congressional leaders and small business owners. The main focus of their high-profile visit was to present key elements of President Biden’s proposed American Jobs Plan, chief among them being infrastructure improvements, job training, health care and child care investment.
When you walk into the East Providence office of meal delivery service Feast & Fettle, you’ll find a group of 60 employees that come from many diverse backgrounds and cultures. That’s no accident, says CEO Carlos Ventura Jr.
Located in the heart of Nubian Square, the Center opened in 2015 as a nonprofit organization, functioning as a free event space for entrepreneurs and offering programs to guide the process of launching a business. Even operating virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic, RIC guides entrepreneurs step-by-step through the process of establishing and launching their business.