In the past 6 months, the pandemic has exposed weak spots in our supply chains and fragility in our travel and hospitality industries, with the result that business closures have become a frequent and unwelcome occurrence on the South Coast. For some, however, the shut-down and move online have led to tremendous opportunities and the potential to grow and scale quickly. In this showcase, we highlight two businesses that have shown creativity, resilience, and intestinal fortitude throughout the crisis. Join us on October 13th as these companies share their good news, walk us through how they are navigating an unexpected growth period, and describe how they plan on sustaining themselves as the pandemic wears on and (hopefully) wanes.
Allyson Cote is co-founder and CEO of Ocean State Shields, a new company that formed during the pandemic and is has been on an exciting journey for the past few months.
Layne Mayer is the Director of Growth at Amerisewn, a company that has leveraged its made in Rhode Island heritage to design and manufacture goods.
Aiden Riley is a cofounder of FarmLink, Farmlink Project is fiscally sponsored by Food Finders to connect farm with surplus produce to food banks.
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