Vermont Creative Network All-In Gathering Wednesday, April 17th from 6:00-9:00 pm The Engine Room 188 S. Main Street, White River Junction, VT 05001   Are you connected to the creatives in your region? Would you like to be more connected to the creatives across Vermont? Join the Cornerstone Creative Community (3CVT) and artists from… Read More

East Central Vermont Economic Development District Executive Committee Meeting April 12, 2018 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Call In Conference Call: 866-866-2244 Password: 2631474# ECVEDD Exec Comm Agenda_4.12.18 ECVEDD Exec Comm 11.20.17 Draft Minutes… Read More

Check out this collaboration between Springfield Regional Development Corporation, Center for Rural Innovation and the Springfield School District!–announces-coding-initiative-14275875  … Read More

East Central Vermont Economic Development District Board Meeting December 11, 2017 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Hartford Town Office 171 Bridge St White River Junction, VT 05001 ECVEDD Board Agenda_12.11.17 final ECVEDD FY 18 Proposed Budget for Adoption BYLAWS-Revised draft 12-16 Minutes_6-15-17_Draft Minutes_12-8-16_DRAFT… Read More

From Vermont Business Magazine: In economic terms, Windsor County appears to have little cause for complaint. According to the most recent available state figures, Windsor ranks third among Vermont’s 14 countries in per capita income. In May, the most recent month for which data are available, its unemployment rate, before seasonal adjustment, stood at 2.7%;… Read More

Doing Business From major corporate headquarters to small companies with a global reach, Vermont’s economy is diverse, full of innovation and propelled by a world-class workforce. Click here for more information!… Read More

Mark Your Calendar You’re invited! Housing & Economic Development How do we get housing where we need it? June 15 | Barrette Center for the Arts White River Junction Refreshments served 5:30 – 6:15 PM. ECVEDD Board Meeting at 5:30 PM (Open to the Public) Program begins at 6:15 PM. The workshop will feature a… Read More

A multiyear, multistate funding initiative in New England is making great strides in smaller industrial cities with community-based efforts to tackle social and economic challenges. Key lessons learned from the first rounds of participating cities in Massachusetts are now informing the planning process for the cities that follow and the regional initiative as a whole.… Read More