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Boston.com: Innovation fellows to get $300K for RI projects

Allan Tear, co-founder of Betaspring, an incubator program that helps high-tech entrepreneurs turn their ideas into companies, aims to create a “start-up revolution” in areas including art and design and food and beverage that he says are founts of largely untapped economic potential.

Soren Ryherd, whose Providence company Working Planet helps businesses maximize profit through online marketing, plans to launch dozens of retail stores online — with the goal of eventually moving some into empty storefronts to help revitalize Main Streets and neighborhoods.

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2 Responses to Boston.com: Innovation fellows to get $300K for RI projects

  1. Jef Nickerson April 11, 2012 at 11:11 am #

    Soren’s proposal has a YouTube! I don’t have any speakers where I am now, so I don’t know what it says, but Soren is a friend of mine, so I’m sure its brilliant:

  2. Jef Nickerson April 11, 2012 at 1:58 pm #

    Here’s the RI Foundation’s page about the Fellowships, Allan also has a YouTube video posted there.

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