The Equinox Resort has announced the
appointment of Courtney Lowe as Director of Sales and Marketing. He comes to the Resort from the Boar's Head Inn in Charlottesville Virginia where he served in the same capacity. "We are fortunate to have attracted someone of Courtney's caliber." said Resort General Manager Gary Thulander. "His enthusiasm is infectious. Courtney's knowledge of the region, coupled with his marketing and sales acumen will help us take the Resort to the next level. It's all part of our quest to be the number one Resort in New England."
The Equinox Resort has announced the
The Community Economic Development Program of Central Vermont Community Action Council is please to announce the opening of the new Vermont Women’s Business Center. Housed at Woodbury College, the center will provide business counseling services and technological assistance for women owned businesses or for women considering starting their own business.
Granite Hills Credit Union announced the expansion of its Community Charter to Orange County. Already open to anyone who lives or
works in Washington County, the Credit Union recently received approval from Vermont's Department of Banking and Insurance to offer its services to anyone who lives or works in Orange County.
Spencer Putnam has been named the new Executive Director of Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility. Putnam was formerly the General Manager of Danforth Pewterers and Vice President of Operations at Vermont Teddy Bear Company.
The Vermont Tax Practitioners Association (VTPA) will hold its next regular meeting on Tuesday, September 17th from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn just off Exit 10 of I-89 in Waterbury, Vt.
The morning session will be on “Employee Issues” and will be presented by Michelle Guilmette, a Sr. Tax Specialist with the Internal Revenue Service in the Taxpayer Education & Communication Division. Her talk will focus on employee versus subcontractor designations and related issues.
The WIB (Workforce Investment Board) Annual Statewide Retreat is being held at the Killington Grand Hotel on Tuesday, September 24th. from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. The one day retreat includes breakfast, workshops, lunch
and a forum with the three major gubernatorial candidates. The cost is $50 per person. This is an excellent opportunity to ask questions of the
candidates about the economy and workforce development.
If you are interested in attending or want additional informaiton, please contact
Vermont-based organizational consultant Dale Guldbrandsen recently gave the keynote address to over 100 first-year students at American University's International MBA Student Preparation program. The Manchester, Vt. executive addressed the group on Aug. 22 in
John Marshall of Peacham has been elected chair of the board of directors of Vermont Public Television, the statewide public television network. He is director and CEO of Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC in St. Johnsbury.
He succeeds Helen Riehle of S. Burlington, who served as chair for three years and continues on the board for another year. Her colleagues honored her recently for her 13 years of service to VPT.
William Stritzler of Jeffersonville, managing director of Smuggler's Notch, was elected vice chair.
The Vermont Chamber of Commerce cordially invites you to our Annual Meeting, scheduled for September 12, 2002, at the Cortina Inn in
Killington. The keynote luncheon speaker is Dr. Daniel Fogel, President of the University of Vermont.
The Vermont Chamber recognizes that higher education is a critical element in the development of a strong economic future for Vermont. Dr. Fogel stated, "The University of Vermont is an institution in which the people
The Vermont Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (Vermont NETS) and The Governor's Highway Safety Program will present a conference titled Defensive Driving: The Cost Savings Factor, Thursday, October 3, 2002, 8:00am-12:00pm at the Clarion Hotel Burlington.
Formerly known as the Marlboro College Graduate Center, Persons School is this year offering the new degree completion program as a direct way of helping displaced workers find their place in the job force. According to Admissions Director Margaret Donahue, graduates who come out of the program with a MIS degree will have the potential to cut across a broad range of professional job opportunities.
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