Southern Vermont Economy Summit
The 2022 Southern Vermont Economy Summit is a learning and networking event for municipal, community and business leaders that focuses on the long-term development of Southern Vermont’s economy. It's a time for our region to gather, think big, learn something new, ask questions and connect.
2022 Southern Vermont Economy Summit:
May 12, 2022
Mount Snow, Dover, VT
Summit & Session Sponsors
During IEDC's Economic Development Week
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What People Have Said About Past Summits
I think that the opportunities to learn about the Vermont economy, especially about the granular details, were really valuable and unique to this summit. - Nonprofit Employee
Everything was a learning moment for me, which was my intention for signing up, as I will be a new Vermont resident in the coming months. I was quite curious to hear what new residents have been experiencing in their recent move. - Future Vermonter
They were all unique and packed full of great information and energy. I learned so much!
- Chamber Director
Very well done. Down to earth and engaging. Good choice of presenters. You made it all quite smooth to attend. - Local Business Owner
More of these discussions are needed, the Summit is a great way to recognize that there is work to be done. Speaking about healthcare, infrastructure, and becoming a more welcoming state will help southern Vermont and the whole state move forward. The mixture of panelists over the whole Summit was great, hearing from young working people, healthcare workers, immigrants and refugees talk about various topics and issues was helpful. - Health Justice Nonprofit Employee
For a three-day fully remote conference, I think you nailed it! I look forward to the 2022 conference hopefully happening in person! - Nonprofit Employee
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