On Tuesday, October 24th, 2017, join Emily Blistein of the Marlboro College Center for New Leadership, as she discusses easing the pain points for growing organizations. This session is ideal for nonprofit and mission driven organizations that are at a crossroads and need to know what action to take to move forward. For example: what do you do when your founder is ready to retire? How do you engage a board that doesn’t want to help fundraise? You’ve heard about B-Corps, but how does your mission driven business get certified? This Knowledge Bites webinar session starts at noon and lasts a half hour. Visit www.brattleborodevelopment.com/knowledge-bites/ for information on how to connect and upcoming sessions.
The Southern Vermont Economy Project’s Knowledge Bites webinar series occurs every second and fourth Tuesday of the month and highlight economic and workforce development resources, tools, programs and funding. For past sessions, view the recorded archives at www.brattleborodevelopment.com/knowledge-bites. To suggest economic and workforce development resources, tools, programs and funding for a future session, contact Sarah Lang, SVEP Manager at email@example.com
ABOUT: SOUTHERN VERMONT ECONOMY PROJECT
The Southern Vermont Economy Project (SVEP) will stabilize, improve and expand the rural economic and workforce development network in Southern Vermont. SVEP is funded by the USDA Rural Community Development Initiative. Our partners are Bellows Falls Area Development Corporation, Rockingham Arts and Museum Project, Great Falls Regional Chamber of Commerce, Windham Regional Commission, Southeastern Vermont Economic Development Strategy, Brattleboro Area Chamber of Commerce, Strolling of the Heifers, Readsboro Hometown Redevelopment Inc., Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce, Bennington County Regional Commission, Bennington County Industrial Corporation, Town of Bennington, and the Bennington Downtown Alliance.
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Sarah Lang, Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation
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