Mid-River Bulletin Board
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Applications Open for the 2022 Windham County Business Plan Competition

Friday, June 24, 2022
Application due by 06/24
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT

 

The 2022 Business Plan Competition is an opportunity for startups and existing businesses in Windham County to build and refine their business plan. The competition is funded by the Windham County Economic Development Program (WCEDP) and administered by the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation (BDCC).

An application is required to compete at a business-pitch event. The application is due by 06/24/2022. Learn more and apply at
brattleborodevelopment.com/windham-county-business-plan-competition-2022/
or call 802-257-7731

Business Plans that meet the eligibility and scoring requirements will be entered into the final business plan competition, and finalists will be eligible to win an award package to advance their project.

Businesses that apply must be located in Windham County, and the product or service sold primarily outside the region. The business must be a legal entity, will need to demonstrate that it fills a gap in the market, and its projections show that revenues can pay the owners and two full-time equivalent employees.



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Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

Applications Open for the 2022 Windham County Business Plan Competition

Friday, June 24, 2022
Application due by 06/24
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT

 

The 2022 Business Plan Competition is an opportunity for startups and existing businesses in Windham County to build and refine their business plan. The competition is funded by the Windham County Economic Development Program (WCEDP) and administered by the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation (BDCC).

An application is required to compete at a business-pitch event. The application is due by 06/24/2022. Learn more and apply at
brattleborodevelopment.com/windham-county-business-plan-competition-2022/
or call 802-257-7731

Business Plans that meet the eligibility and scoring requirements will be entered into the final business plan competition, and finalists will be eligible to win an award package to advance their project.

Businesses that apply must be located in Windham County, and the product or service sold primarily outside the region. The business must be a legal entity, will need to demonstrate that it fills a gap in the market, and its projections show that revenues can pay the owners and two full-time equivalent employees.



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Mid-River Bulletin Board
A timely event and information service for and by the communities in and around the Mid-Connecticut River Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire

Applications Open for the 2022 Windham County Business Plan Competition

Friday, June 24, 2022
Application due by 06/24
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT
Windham County, VT

 

The 2022 Business Plan Competition is an opportunity for startups and existing businesses in Windham County to build and refine their business plan. The competition is funded by the Windham County Economic Development Program (WCEDP) and administered by the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation (BDCC).

An application is required to compete at a business-pitch event. The application is due by 06/24/2022. Learn more and apply at
brattleborodevelopment.com/windham-county-business-plan-competition-2022/
or call 802-257-7731

Business Plans that meet the eligibility and scoring requirements will be entered into the final business plan competition, and finalists will be eligible to win an award package to advance their project.

Businesses that apply must be located in Windham County, and the product or service sold primarily outside the region. The business must be a legal entity, will need to demonstrate that it fills a gap in the market, and its projections show that revenues can pay the owners and two full-time equivalent employees.



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