Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
Home / Today's Top Stories / three+one: helping public entities turn dormant dollars into strong assets (access required)

three+one: helping public entities turn dormant dollars into strong assets (access required)

Joe Rulison took a chance when he co-founded a fintech business that focused on underserved markets. The result was Pittsford-based three+one.
x

Check Also

NextCorps’ Embark Accelerator positions Rochester as no-code software development hub (access required)

In its first year, Nextcorps’ Embark — a business accelerator program that fosters the startup of viable software companies — ...

Best Places to Work For DEI honorees announced (access required)

The Rochester Business Journal has announced the honorees for the inaugural Best Places to Work For DEI awards. This regional ...

Christopher named Businessperson of the Year by Webster Chamber (access required)

Jerry Christopher has been named 2023 Businessperson of the Year by the Webster Chamber of Commerce. Christopher is an agent ...

Anticipated changes to New York’s brownfield cleanup program – Viewpoint (access required)

The New York State Brownfield Cleanup Program (BCP) offers current owners, prospective purchasers and developers of contaminated real estate in ...

Waste Harmonics acquires North Carolina-based firm  (access required)

Waste Harmonics has acquired New Market Waste Solutions, a management and consulting company which specializes in designing and implementing cost-effective, sustainable ...