Organizers say the event series’ lessons could be more crucial than usual as the region looks to bounce back from the Covid-19 downturn.
Directors of shared offices in Vermont are talking about creating a corporate membership that employers could offer workers.
Despite a recent critical report by the state auditor, Sen. Michael Sirotkin hopes lawmakers will consider creating other incentives to attract new Vermonters.
The executive director of the new Space on Main in Bradford, which also opened last fall, doesn’t yet take a salary for her part in keeping the lights on and finding members.
A new report says there’s no way to determine that grantees moved to Vermont as a result of moving expense reimbursements — and not because they were planning the move anyway.
Collecting 350,000 sensor points per second, Vermont-made software for drones stitches together instantaneous 3D models for forestry and agriculture.
News Release — Northern Vermont University June 20, 2019 Media contact: Sylvia Plumb Director of Marketing and Communications [email protected] 802.626.6459 LYNDON, VERMONT — Registration is open through July 8 for Do North Coworking’s new Co.Starters initiative, a national program to help entrepreneurs explore and test their ideas to build profitable businesses. New or aspiring Northeast […]