half full Happenings
half full, llc women’s forward
Save the date! From October 25-27, half full, llc will be offering an overnight retreat for women to overcome insecurities, get a little boost in self esteem, elevate their confidence to the next level, and get focused on what’s next.
Make sure to subscribe to half full’s mailing list to stay up to date on details, and give us a “like” on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, where updates will be given live. Let us help you move forward!
Goldman Sachs 10,000 small businesses
half full, llc is pleased to announce that Rebecca Twitchell, President and Founder, has been accepted into the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program.
The program is meant to provide business education, a network of support, and access to local, regional, and nation small businesses. It is a huge honor for half full to be represented and we cannot wait to see the growth that comes from being part of the program!
Stay tuned for all that half full has in store. You don’t want to miss out!
half full awarded “best for ri”
On Monday, September 24, Social Enterprise Greenhouse, in partnership with Rhode Island Commerce Corporation and Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce, marked the first year of Best for RI by celebrating the entire Best for RI community and specially honoring a few businesses that stand out for their commitment to using "business as a force for good."
Outstanding achievement awards were given to Blount Fine Foods, half full, llc, Pinpoint Translation Services, and West View Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for their overall high performance on the B Impact Assessment. Bradford Soap Works brought home an environmental sustainability award, and Advanced Remarketing Services was honored for its community giving practices.
The event took place at the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce Economic Luncheon. In addition to the outpouring of support from the business community, The Best for Rhode Island initiative has received support from state government leadership and our congressional delegation. Following the awards, Congressman Jim Langevin granted a special citation to each awardee.