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Vermont Works is unique in its focus on Vermont social impact.No other organized, professionally managed fund which focuses solely on investing in Vermont is measured on a “double bottom line” basis.Sponsors of the Vermont Investors Summit include: Vermont Works Management Company, Big Path Capital, Launch VT, Milk Money VT, Merritt & Merritt, Champlain College, The University of Vermont and Vermont Technology Alliance, The Sustainable Innovation MBA at UVM, VSECU, The Vermont Community Foundation, the Vermont Community Loan Fund, the Small Business Administration, Morgan Stanley, Noble Fresh, and others. For more information and to register for the 2017 Vermont Investors Summit, please visit contact Aditi Datta at [email protected] Vermont Works Vermont Works is an independent alternative investment firm, focusing on delivering both competitive financial returns and social impact in support of Vermont’s job and enterprise development.Carrie and Kempton Randolph, who make maple-sweetened “hand-crafted” soda at Hooker Mountain Farm in Randolph, attended the event with Mallow, their 7-week-old daughter.“I think it’s great for us as a seller to be able to connect with other Vermonters who are working really hard, mostly out of our homes, making products we feel really strongly about,” Carrie Randolph said.Friday’s event was the seventh running of Vermont Food Matchmaker.Vermont Works Management Company, LLC, in partnership with Big Path Capital, will host the first Vermont Investors Summit on Monday, October 16 at the new Lake Champlain Community Sailing Center.

Each seller had three meetings with a potential buyer.The Summit will be opened with remarks by the honorable Governor of the State of Vermont, Phil Scott.The Summit will coincide with BTV Ignite’s Vermont Innovation Week.The bigger institutions have the capacity to create and sustain local food connections on their own, she said.Further, the change reflects a growing focus on getting local foods into mainstream retail outlets, Sheridan said.

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