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first_imgOpportunities Credit Union has announced an innovative business loan for Sugarsnap LLC.  Along with VEDA (Vermont Economic Development Authority), Opportunities Credit Union is helping fund the expansion of this six year old company which is opening its second retail store, an expanded commercial kitchen, and new line of preserved food products.  Abbey Duke opened Sugarsnap on Riverside Avenue in Burlington in 2003 with two business partners.  The small food business has managed its own Intervale farm, catering business, and retail outlet on Riverside Avenue.  Duke bought out her partners in early 2009, and considered her goal to keep growing her farm-based business.   She teamed up with Rob Smart, who brought 20 years of experience in community-scale renewable energy experience and an MBA from the University of Washington.  Together they approached Sandy Croft of VEDA with their vision of the future. According to Smart, financing a food business required a lender willing to embrace both financial and community-based returns.   VEDA lender, Sandy Croft, introduced Smart and Duke to Greg Huysman, small business lender for Opportunities Credit Union.  “We love it when we are able to help small businesses with missions that align with ours,” said Huysman, “It makes sense for a creative company to work with a creative lender to grow jobs and support local farmers.”   With commitments from VEDA and Opportunities Credit Union, Sugarsnap was also able to attract multiple private investors.  “It was vital for us to get this support from the state of Vermont and a local credit union early,” said Smart.Sugarsnap will be renovating and improving their current Riverside site, opening a second retail site at Technology Park in South Burlington, and building a state of the art commercial kitchen.  “The combination of attractively priced loans from the lenders and patient capital from our investors,” says Smart, “means Sugarsnap can expand its reach and maintain its reputation as a trusted source of the best food possible.”  Source: OCU. 5.7.2010last_img read more

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first_img Economy,  Infrastructure,  Jobs That Pay,  Port Development,  Round-Up,  The Blog,  Transportation,  Workforce Development As the fall season kicks into gear, Governor Tom Wolf continued to increase workforce development for dislocated workers, invest in small businesses, and expand broadband access to more than 9,000 currently unserved rural Pennsylvanians.Strengthening the WorkforceGovernor Wolf built on his PAsmart initiative by announcing more than $17.5 million in grants to help dislocated workers in Pennsylvania learn new skills and get in-demand jobs. In addition, the governor announced new apprenticeship opportunities in manufacturing and electrical, plumbing, and HVAC careers.Enhancing ConnectivityThis month, Governor Wolf announced more than $78.4 million in funding for infrastructure and community revitalization projects, including the reopening of the First Bank of the United States and more than 42 multimodal projects across Pennsylvania.Enhancing connectivity across the commonwealth, the governor announced plans to expand broadband to more than 9,000 currently unserved rural Pennsylvanians. Governor Wolf also announced the launch of a new feasibility study on adding passenger rail service between Altoona and Pittsburgh, acknowledging the continued interest in this service.Putting Pennsylvanians to WorkGovernor Wolf announced investments that will create more than 600 new jobs in fields ranging from gene therapy to aluminum manufacturing.The governor also announced funding for small business projects that are expected to create and retain more than 250 full-time jobs across the Keystone State, further supporting Pennsylvania’s middle class.Highlights from September – October 2018Wolf Administration: New Grant Program is an Investment in Pennsylvania Dairy Industry, FarmersGovernor Wolf Announces More Than 350 New Projects to Improve Water Infrastructure, Promote Community Development, and Protect the EnvironmentGovernor Wolf Announces Broadband Expansion to Over 9,200 Rural Homes and BusinessesGovernor Wolf Announces New Review of Feasibility of Added Passenger Rail Service in Western PennsylvaniaGovernor Wolf Announces Investments Supporting Seven Economic Development Projects in York CountyGovernor Wolf: $17.5 Million in Grants Will Help Workers Learn New Skills, Get In-Demand JobsGovernor Wolf Introduces “Ready to Start” Task Force to Focus on Needs of Youngest PennsylvaniansGovernor Wolf Announces Expansion of Hydro, Creation of 60 New Jobs in Schuylkill CountyPennsylvania Announces First Grants Funded by Volkswagen Settlement to Reduce Air PollutionGovernor Wolf Announces Funding to Open First Bank MuseumGovernor Wolf Announces Funding for 42 Multimodal Projects Aimed at Strengthening Jobs, Accessibility, and Commerce StatewideGovernor Wolf Announces Airgas to Expand Presence in Pennsylvania, Creating 30 New Bucks County JobsGovernor Wolf Announces Six New Small Business Projects in Five Counties, Enabling Expansion and Jobs CreationWolf Administration Announces New State Investments to the Port of ErieGovernor Wolf Announces New Apprenticeship Opportunities for the Skilled Trades in Allegheny CountyGovernor Wolf Announces Funding to Renovate Historic Scranton Building, Expand Training for PhysiciansGovernor Wolf Announces Spark Therapeutics to Expand in West Philadelphia with New Facility, 500 New JobsGovernor Wolf Announces Projects to Receive $2.8 Million for Community RevitalizationWolf Administration Announces New Advanced Manufacturing Training Opportunities for Workers in Southwestern PennsylvaniaGovernor Wolf: New Apprenticeships for Electrician, Carpentry, Plumbing, and HVAC Technician Careers in the Harrisburg AreaHighlights from Instagram October 17, 2018 SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img October Jobs That Pay Update: Strengthening PA’s Workforce and Enhancing Connectivitylast_img read more

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first_img How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT And, according to Sky Sport Italia, 25-year-old Sturaro is right at the top of their shopping list.The Italy international was little more than a bit-part player at Juve last term, starting just seven Serie A games, and he has been linked with a move away. Sturaro has never fully established himself at Juventus since joining the club in 2014 REVEALED What every Premier League club’s fans dream of this Christmas Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade smart causal The Turin club are hoping to bank around £17.5m by flogging him to the highest bidder and Leicester have firmed up their interest with a bid.However, it falls some way short of Juve’s valuation so it remains to be seen whether or not the two clubs can do business yet. 2 possible standings Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January silverware shining Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Latest Leicester City news Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won 2 BIG PRESENTS UP TOP targets revealed gameday cracker Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Leicester City have lodged an £11.5million bid for Juventus and Italy midfielder Stefano Sturaro.The Foxes are expected to continue their busy summer in the transfer window following their ninth-place finish in the Premier League last term. Leicester have already wrapped up two signings since the transfer window opened, bringing in full-back Ricardo Pereira from Porto, and Jonny Evans, the centre-half, from West Brom in a deal worth a reported £3.5m. The 25-year-old has won four consecutive domestic doubles with Juventus RANKED last_img read more

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