The Central Vermont Economic Development Corporation’s (CVEDC) spring seminar is titled “The Big Push: Bringing Creative Energy to Economic Development” and will be held on June 4th from 7:15am to 9am at Norwich University’s Milano Ballroom with two Vermont speakers: Matt Dunne, Community Affairs Director for Google and Matt Bucy, a White River Junction developer and film photographer. A tour of Norwich University’s campus is scheduled to follow the meeting.
It’s the best of both worlds coming straight from two Matts! Matt Dunne has focused his life’s work on bringing together the worlds of entrepreneurship, service and politics, while Matt Bucy, a Yale-trained architect, film photographer and well known developer, is transforming White River Junction’s decrepit and former railroad central buildings into booming creative economy hubs.
This year’s feature seminar will be live-streamed thanks to ORCA Media and can be watched online at www.orcamedia.net/web-channel but if you don’t want to miss the hot breakfast buffet, tour of Norwich University and the chance to network with over 100 of Central Vermont’s key business leaders, please RSVP to email@example.com or call 802-223-4654.
The cost to attend is $25/person for CVEDC business members and $35/person for non-members or $200 for a table of eight.
This event was made possible thanks to several generous sponsors: Carol Ellison, Creative Workforce Solutions, Green Mountain Power, Hickok & Boardman Insurance Group Đ Denis, Ricker & Brown, Norwich University, Noyle W. Johnson, Northfield Savings Bank, Nicom Coatings Corp. Rock of Ages and Redstone Properties.
CVEDC is a non-profit, citizen-oriented organization whose objectives are to provide impetus for the region’s economic development activity by 1) Promoting Central Vermont and its resources to businesses contemplating new facilities, 2) assisting the area’s existing business planning expansion, 3) providing advisory service, education and information to small businesses, and 4) improving the infrastructure necessary for economic growth. CVEDC’s primary goal is to create jobs for the citizens living in Central Vermont. CVEDC also offers the services of a Small Business Specialist from its affiliation with the Small Business Development Center. For more information call 802-223-4654 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit their web site at www.cvedc.org.