About the Competition
The Rhode Island Business Competition aims to create and foster growth companies in Rhode Island that will increase local employment. It's all about helping emerging entrepreneurs achieve their dreams.
Established in 2000, the Rhode Island Business Competition is supported by a broad range of sponsors that include private businesses, investors, foundations, colleges and universities, public entities, nonprofit organizations, and former competitors. Today, it is the leading community-supported business plan competition in the Northeast.
The Competition encourages plans for new businesses, as well as from
early stage companies. An early stage, or seed stage, company typically
is at the inventor stage where there is an idea, a concept, or even a
product, but little or no income has been generated yet. See complete rules or apply online.
The Rhode Island Business Competition is supported by its sponsors and organized by co-chairs Peggy Farrell, partner with Hinckley Allen, and Anthony Mangiarelli, partner with KLR.
Watch the video below and get answers to Frequently Asked Questions for more information.