As we approach the first anniversary of Covid-19’s arrival in our state, an op-ed from Vermont Chamber President Betsy Bishop explores how Vermont employers embracing change and features reflections from our members.
Addressing racial diversity and equity is a top priority to build a future for Vermont that is inclusive and equitable for all people. To make meaningful change starting with data, The Vermont Futures Project compiled racial diversity and equity data setswith support and guidance from the University of Vermont Center for Rural Studies.
Vermont Chamber President Betsy Bishop joined Lieutenant Governor Molly Gray and panelists from VPIRG, Vermont Medical Society, AARP Vermont, and Vermont Principals' Association for a discussion on broadband access and needs in Vermont. Several news outlets reported on the event, including WAMC, WTEN, and The Caledonian Record.
The Vermont Council on Rural Development is interested in learning your thoughts to drive a successful future for our state. The Vermont Chamber supports this work through our foundation work at The Vermont Futures Project. This survey is an opportunity to express your highest priorities and emerging needs. We encourage you to share your thoughts as a business by taking extra time to provide input beyond a “yes” or “no” answer.
Chamber member Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Norris Cotton Cancer Center Community Outreach and Engagement Team is hosting an upcoming meeting of employers in New Hampshire and Vermont who have experience with cancer survivors returning to work during or after cancer treatment.
SBA Accepting Applications for 2021 Vermont Emerging Leaders
The Small Business Administration is accepting applications for the 2021 Vermont Emerging Leaders Program which will be held virtually and is slated to begin in April. Emerging Leaders is an intensive executive-level series intended to accelerate the growth of high-potential small businesses in America’s underserved cities and rural areas.
This month's Member Spotlight features Blood’s Catering & Party Rentals. Voted the Upper Valley's Best Caterer every year since 1999, Blood's is the region’s premier source for all your catering, bar, and party rental needs. Their mission is simple: serve delicious, exquisite food that guests will be raving about long after your event. Through three generations of the Blood family, they pride themselves on their superior service and high-quality products.
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