Rhode Island hopes to be the best place in the world to start a business

PROVIDENCE – It is not enough to be the best in Providence, nor the best in Rhode Island. It is not even enough to be the best in the nation.

What supporters and developers of the Knowledge Economy want is to be the best place in the world to start a business in the fields of health care, technology, alternative energy, research and design, according to discussion Tuesday morning at a special annual session on the status of the Knowledge Economy, sponsored by the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce and its Innovation Providence Implementation Council. The IPIC is the body in charge of overseeing development of the knowledge district on behalf of the Chamber.

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