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Raimondo Opens Innovation Voucher Grant Application Period

Categories: Innovation, News, WAVE October 4, 2016

Press Release RI Businesses with Fewer Than 500 Employees May Apply for Second Round of $50,000 Grants to Enable Innovation Through R&D Governor Gina M. Raimondo opened the second round...

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How a small state made a big breakthrough in high tech job growth

How a small state made a big breakthrough in high tech job growth

Categories: Innovation, News, WAVE September 26, 2016

This piece was previously published in QUARTZ. States with jobs in innovation and technology industries are more prosperous, both now and later. And the more states that invest in the...

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Sparking the Innovation Economy

Sparking the Innovation Economy

Categories: Innovation, Resources, WAVE December 3, 2015

Governor Raimondo and Secretary of Commerce Pryor recently have launched cutting-edge incentives to spark the innovation economy in Rhode Island as the second, “Advanced Industries & Innovation” phase of the WAVE....

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State Leaders Make It Easy to Do Business in Rhode Island

State Leaders Make It Easy to Do Business in Rhode Island

Categories: News, Projects, Resources, WAVE October 29, 2015

It has been a few weeks since we talked about Governor Raimondo’s Ocean State WAVE agenda to spur economic growth in Rhode Island. A lot has happened in those few weeks,...

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Building a Successful Workforce

Building a Successful Workforce

Categories: Projects, WAVE, Workforce September 3, 2015

Continuing from last week’s post, our first wave is ambitious. It will turn heads, change perceptions, and put Rhode Island back in the game regionally and nationally. It must hit with...

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The Why Behind the WAVE

The Why Behind the WAVE

Categories: Projects, WAVE August 27, 2015

Rhode Island can no longer afford to sweep its economic plight under the proverbial rug. We can no longer afford to be meek, mild, passive, unsure or inactive. Rhode Island,...

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