Thrive 4-7 Chief Science Officer Kelly Earp, left, works with co-founder and CEO Connie Mester at the startup’s new Morrisville office.
Thrive 4-7 Chief Science Officer Kelly Earp, left, works with co-founder and CEO Connie Mester at the startup’s new Morrisville office. wdoran@newsobserver.com
Thrive 4-7 Chief Science Officer Kelly Earp, left, works with co-founder and CEO Connie Mester at the startup’s new Morrisville office. wdoran@newsobserver.com

Morrisville women-led tech company Thrive 4-7 tries to break into market

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