• Rhode Island Capital Corporation Funds Landscaping Service

    March 19, 2018

    Rhode Island Capital Corporation is pleased to announce that a Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Initiative loan has been funded for Roderick Landscapes, Inc. to help acquire Fred. T. Kirby & Sons of Middletown, Rhode Island. The announcement was made by Carol Cedrone Brennan, Director of Business Development for RI Capital.   Roderick specializes in full-service landscaping and snowplowing services for residential and commercial customers throughout Newport County, RI. The company is wholly-owned by Paul H. Roderick, who has been a landscaper on either a part-time or full-tim

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  • Smithfield, RI Company Receives Financing Through RI Capital Corporation

    September 18, 2017

    SMITHFIELD, RHODE ISLAND, SEPTEMBER 18, 2017: Cool Air Creations, Inc., a full-service commercial screen printer and embroiderer recently received much needed capital to expand its operations through the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses loan program and the Rhode Island Capital Access Program initiated by Rhode Island Capital Corporation.   According to Carol Brennan, Director of Business Development for Rhode Island Capital Corporation, an affiliate of CDC New England and BDC Capital, Cool Air Creations was in need of high end printing equipment to grow its business and was ab

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  • RI Organization Expands with Help from Capital Access Program

    August 31, 2017

    PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, August 7, 2017: The Capital Good Fund, a Providence-based nonprofit lender received capital from the recently launched Small Business Capital Access Program (CAP). According to Andy Posner, founder and CEO of The Capital Good Fund, this loan from the Capital Access Program will go directly into the hands of those who need it, in the form of small dollar personal loans. “The money we lend to impoverished families goes toward a variety of things- vehicle purchases or repair, security purchases, or general emergencies,” Andy continues, “We had a lot of luck wit

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