Independent schools may be the answer to economic prosperity in Vermont as a recent study found that Burr and Burton Academy provides over $15 million in support to Bennington County annually.
Chambers of commerce harness the energy of business leaders to help grow our economy. We are engaged in promoting all businesses, from small “mom and pop” businesses to big-box stores.
Career-minded millennials are encouraged to attend the informal event to network with other professionals while enjoying a drink and good company.
The U.S. economic revival of 3 percent growth has already defied the predictions of almost every Donald Trump critic.
Manufacturing jobs are rebounding in New Hampshire, at least in the short term, but the Granite State remains well short of the more than 77,000 such jobs it produced prior to the onset of the 2008 recession.
Most businesses in Central Vermont are small and may not have a fully staffed Human Resource Department. It is for this reason that Montpelier attorney Caroline Earle will be discussing legal HR basics to help businesses navigate the myriad of laws and regulations that fall under state and federal requirements.
The association says it needs more money to attract more visitors to town because visitors means more money spent in local businesses.
A new National Bureau of Economic Research study has quantified the impact of America’s generation-long decline in business startups, and the results are not pretty.
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg and his Sierra Club allies are celebrating the closure of three Texas coal-fired power plants, calling the laying off of hundreds of workers as a victory in the “war on coal.”