Southern Vermont Economy Summit
The 2021 Southern Vermont Economy Summit is a virtual 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.
2021 Southern Vermont Economy Summit:
During IEDC's Economic Development Week
Looking for ideas to celebrate Economic Development Week?
Get involved and take part in the celebration by downloading the #EDW2021 Toolkit and access:
• Special ways to engage your elected officials
• Press release templates
• Electronic and print advertising templates
• City, county, and state resolutions templates
• Social media marketing sample promotional messaging
• Event ideas
• #EconDevWeek Excellence in Economic Development Week Awards details
• Championing Economic Development resources
• And much, much more!
What People Have Said About Past Summits
The Summit definitely encouraged me to keep expanding my personal concept of Southern Vermont, and to look at things as much as possible as a regional effort - we should be marketing and building partnerships across town-lines, as a rising tide floats all boats and we are strong collectively than we are as a sum of our parts.
I reconnected with a lot of people I have only met or worked with once - it was good to reinforce those connections. I met a few people for the first time as well.
It's bolstered my business acumen and focus on partnerships and collaborations.
Inspired me to network more with people in the region and become more involved.
Networking and new ideas are key to the work that we do at CCV. I'm grateful to move into a set of concentric circles at the conference with others who care deeply about Windham County to renew and reconsider what we are doing for our regional partners.
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