Vermont Business Magazine The Community Bank NA Northfield branch recently presented $500 donations to The Veterans’ Place to support its 10th anniversary celebration and to Northfield Senior Center to support its Meals on Wheels program and drawing class.
Vermont Business Magazine Donors and staff gathered on the evening of Tuesday, June 25 to tour the newly renovated Cardiac Rehabilitation Department at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (SVMC), part of Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC).
Vermont Business Magazine The countdown is on to Burlington Brewfest, and Mill River Brewing BBQ & Smokehouse (MRB) in St Albans is celebrating with a new beer and label that ties directly to a long-term Clean Water Campaign with the Friends of Northern Lake Champlain.
Vermont Business Magazine Lactalis Group, based in Laval, France, and the largest dairy products firm in the world, has acquired Brattleboro's Ehrmann Commonwealth Dairy, the US yogurt business of Ehrmann AG, the Bavaria, Germany-based dairy company. The acquisition was completed on July 5 and announced today. Established in 2009, Ehrmann Commonwealth Dairy has two state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities that employ 250 people in Brattleboro, Vermont and Casa Grande, Arizona and manufactures and distributes yogurt and other dairy products under the Green Mountain Creamery and Liebe brands. It also features a strong private label business.
Vermont Business Magazine The Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund (VSJF) announced today the appointment of Noelle MacKay of Shelburne and Dustin Degree of St Albans to its Board of Directors. VSJF is a nonprofit organization focused on sustainable economic development in the agriculture and food system, forest product, waste management, renewable energy and environmental technology sectors.
Vermont Business Magazine The personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2019’s Best & Worst States to Start a Business. Vermont ranked 43rd, as the Northeast in general and New England in particular ranked low compared to states South and West. Vermont ranked low in the sub-categories of growth in new startups, length of work week and dead last in workforce availability. Vermont ranked high in state incentives.
Airbnb has already reached tax agreements with the State of Vermont & Burlington, and has collected more than $8 million in tax revenue for the state
Vermont Business Magazine Airbnb has finalized a new tax agreement with the City of Rutland, which will allow the company to collect and remit room rental tax on behalf of hosts who have listings across the city. With this new agreement, Airbnb is now collecting and remitting taxes in Vermont statewide, as well as in Burlington and the City of Rutland.
Vermont Business Magazine The Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada presented nine awards to the Diocese of Burlington — including the prestigious top diocesan “Magazine of the Year” Award — during the Catholic Media Conference in June in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Vermont Business Magazine The Community Bank NA New England branches recently donated $15,000 to The DREAM Program to support its mentoring program. To present the donation, 18 team members joined members of the DREAM Program at Camp DREAM for a work day. The team helped paint, clear trails and get the camp ready for children who will be attending the camp this summer.
Vermont Business Magazine BioTek Instruments continues to improve laboratory workflows while simplifying the user experience with the launch of their next generation 405 TS Microplate Washer. With new capabilities, 405 TS provides even more time-saving convenience and value for applications such as cell-based assays, ELISAs, bead washing and more.
Vermont Business Magazine Hickok & Boardman Insurance Group is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Plattsburgh, New York. The office, located at 14 Durkee Street, Suite 430 in The Gateway Building overlooking Broad Street and the Saranac River is scheduled to open in July and will be Hickok & Boardman’s first physical location outside of the state of Vermont.