Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Business Travel Guide

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A Resource Source

If you’re thinking of relocating your out-of-state business to the Green Mountains, these people would love to tell you about the advantages of doing business in Vermont.

    Where to find professional help for a business seeking assistance with relocating, expansion, obtaining permits, financing, workforce education and training, business development, site selection, and a whole lot of other resources.

    • Robin Scheu, exec. director, Addison County Economic Development Corp., (802) 388-7953, www.addisoncountyedc.org.
    • Sam Andersen, exec. vice president, Central Vermont Economic Development Corp., (802) 223-4654, www.central-vt.com/cvedc.
    • Nathan Wildfire, assistant director for economic development, Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO), (802) 865-7179, www.burlingtonvt.gov/CEDO.
    • Town of Colchester Community & Economic Development Office, (802) 264-5508. www.colchestervt.gov.
    • Dana Farley, director of community development, Town of Essex, (802) 878-1343, www.essex.org.
    • Tim Smith, president, Franklin County Industrial Development Corp., (802) 524-2194, www.fcidc.com.
    • Frank Cioffi, president, Greater Burlington Industrial Corp., (802) 862-5726, ext. 12, www.gbicvt.org.
    • Ruth Wallman, exec. director, Grand Isle County Economic Development Corp., (802) 372-8400, www.champlainislands.com.
    • Tom Torti, president, Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, (802) 863-3489, ext. 202, [email protected]www.vermont.org.
    • John Mandeville, executive director, Lamoille Economic Development Corp., (802) 888-5640, www.lamoilleeconomy.org.
    • Steve Patterson, executive director, Northeastern Vermont Development Association, (802) 748-5181, www.nvda.net.
    • Steven Greenfield, chief operating officer, Vermont Economic Development Authority, (802) 828-5459, www.veda.org
    • J. Ladd, director, community development department, City of Winooski, [email protected].