Rhode Island Inno: Dockwa Parent Company Pulls In $14.2M To Bring The Outdoors Online

When the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. this spring, bringing the hospitality industry to its knees, Mike Melillo wasn’t sure how things would play out for The Wanderlust Group (TWG). The company, which includes subsidiary marina operating platforms Dockwa and Marinas.com, had the potential to be caught in the pandemic’s stormy seas; some of its clients in warmer states like Florida went from 95 or 100 percent occupancy to zero overnight.

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