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   As many Vermont business owners approach retirement, they ask themselves several questions: Who will I pass the business on to? What is a fair price? Where will the financing come from? Will your legacy (your good name) that you have built up over the years continue after the transition?

   During a hot and sticky week in June, thousands of students from Technical High Schools and Colleges from around the country, convened in Louisville, Kentucky for a week of competitions and leadership training. The SkillsUSA National Competition gives students who have already proven themselves as the best

   MONTPELIER, Vt. - On Sept. 21, an Orange Lives Matter rally took over the Statehouse staircase. The event was put together by Jillian King and Mike Messier. Dozens gathered in the wake of a number of traffic guard deaths at the hands of distracted drivers. Mike Messier advocated

   It’s easy to write goals, to slip words onto a page that share a vision for what an organization could become. It’s another thing to have that vision turn into reality, which is the enviable position AGC/VT finds itself in today.    “We have achieved in one year, what

    Please contact matt@agcvt.org if you are interested in getting involved with one of AGC/VTs committees which include: Government Affairs, Associate Committee, Building Committee, Workforce Development Committee, Membership Committee, Highway and Bridge Committee or Safety Committee. The meeting schedule is light and we now offer web conferencing so you

   When over 90 percent of your new sales and service contracts come from customer referrals, you know your business is doing something right.    Such is the case at Brook Field Service, which for almost 40 years has sold, rented, and serviced top-of-the line residential and industrial generator systems

September Mix: Wheels for Warmth Thursday, September 19, 2019 6:00 PM  8:00 PM Casella Construction (map)    Join Rutland Young Professionals and our friends at the Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce for our September Mix at Casella Construction. John and Joe Casella will share how Casella Construction helps raise money to

So, a year has rapidly passed but what a great year it was! One year ago, I remember courageously taking over as Executive Vice President of the Associated General Contractors of Vermont. As most Executive Vice Presidents or Executive Directors ensure, I knew I immediately needed to approach you

By: Bruce Edwards | Vermont Business Magazine,  freelance writer from southern Vermont    Vermont’s housing market has rebounded from the depths of the Great Recession of 2008-09, with home prices up 5.7 percent from their prior peak and 13.1 percent above the lowest point during the Great Recession, according to Thomas