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The Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation (BDCC), is a private, nonprofit economic development organization that serves as a catalyst for industrial and commercial growth throughout Southeastern Vermont, including Windham County and the towns of Readsboro, Searsburg, Weston, and Winhall.

The primary objective of the BDCC is to create and retain a flourishing business community that supports vibrant fiscal activity, and improves the quality of life of all its residents.

Our goal is to assist start-up companies, growing companies, and global businesses alike, in order to support continued success stories in our region. Are you looking for commercial rental space?

BDCC is affiliated with the State of Vermont as the certified Regional Development Corporation (RDC) serving the greater Windham County area. BDCC is one of 12 RDCs throughout Vermont.


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Knowledge Bites Webinar: Sharing the Vision- Using Market Data to Guide Rural Downtown Economic Development

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BDCC Business Resiliency 1/21/2021 Webinar: BIPOC & Minority Business Support

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IDA/Town of Rockingham | Introductory Lecture on Small Development

Presented by the Alliance Faculty that outlines typical barriers to small-scale development, examples of small projects in other locations, and…

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IDA/Town of Rockingham | The Dirty Dozen: Administrative Contamination to Incremental Development

Presentation led by Alliance Faculty intended for an audience from the real estate development, city administration and community partners. Please…

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