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Vermont’s Universal Recycling Law creates market for organics hauling and management services; Flexible Capital Fund provides working capital to turn economic opportunity into revenue growth and new livable wage jobs at Grow Compost of Vermont Montpelier, VT – The diversion...
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Excerpt from Vermont Business Magazine: Four Vermont economic development organizations received grant awards totaling $4.45 million from the US Department of Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund) late last month. The Flexible Capital Fund, Housing Vermont, NeighborWorks of Western Vermont...
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For Immediate Release July 14, 2016 The Flexible Capital Fund announces the addition of Encore Renewable Energy to their socially responsible investment portfolio. The $400,000 of permanent working capital will enable Encore to hire new staff to support business development,...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 11, 2016 Eden Specialty Ciders (formerly Eden Ice Cider) is poised for growth with $200,000 in permanent working capital from the Flexible Capital Fund, a socially responsible investment fund that provides flexible debt to growth-stage companies...
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Excerpt from Burlington Free Press Two growing Vermont companies specializing in renewable power and natural-resource efficiency have received a total of $600,000 in investments from Flexible Capital Fund L3C, according to a statement from the low-profit financier. “Royalty financing” of...
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Excerpt from vermontbiz.com Aegis Renewable Energy, a Vermont based renewable energy company, designed and installed the first commercial wind turbine in New York City at “Sunset Park” SIMS Municipal Recycling plant in Brooklyn. Aegis erected the 100kW wind turbine in...
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Excerpt from nonprofitquarterly.org Earlier this month state, regulators in Oregon created a crowdfunding investment program in conjunction with Portland’s Hatch that will capitalize small local business. It allows businesses in the state to raise up to $250,000 in capital from...
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Ruah Swennerfelt lives in Charlotte with her husband, Louis Cox. The retired couple have inherited some money — and they want to make thoughtful decisions about how to invest it. The couple attended a meeting last fall in Montpelier that...
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Common Good Vermont interviews Janice St. Onge, the Deputy Director, Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund, Inc. and President of the VSJF Flexible Capital Fund, L3C. Janice discusses the importance of capital for Vermont’s innovative businesses, how the Flexible Capital Fund has...
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Aegis Renewable Energy installed the largest single rooftop solar array in the state at Ayers Brook Goat Dairy in Randolph, VT owned by Vermont Creamery. Generating 200,000 kWh of electricity per year, the array will power the farm and send...
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