Local Maverick is an e-commerce platform which empowers local businesses and producers to seamlessly connect with customers in their community. Expanding our platform and analysis tools will allow us to create an easy, digital option for community members to shop with local businesses, and dramatically enhance local businesses’ ability to reach and understand their customers. This will allow dollars to stay local.
Green Mountain Organic Creamery (GMOC) is the producer of all the organic Kimball Brook Farm products you know and love. Our milks, butter and iced teas are becoming a staple in households throughout New England and beyond. We’re offering you the opportunity to invest your milk money in our growing company.
We’re the Northeast Kingdom’s only company soon bringing True BroadbandTM services and Crystal VoiceTM services over future-proof, fiber-optic cables directly to premises in 22 towns. Our Rx for shrinking NEK towns? Add fiber! Let’s do it together—invest in fiber to light up the Kingdom!
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Hey Vermonters! Find out how you can help us grow our good-clean-fun, family business with an investment of as little as $250! As you know, it takes a lot of sap to make syrup.
Help feed the boil! Localvest in us.
Working Fields improves the lives of individuals through employment opportunities. By placing and supporting second chance hires in Vermont, we give people in recovery a chance to be successful. By investing as little as $250 you can help us improve the hiring opportunity for second chance hires.
Communities thrive when people invest in each other. Entrepreneurs and small businesses gain access to “neighborly” capital to grow their company, while investors work toward their financial goals by investing in businesses they believe in. The whole community benefits as local jobs are created and wealth is recirculated through the local economy.
Until recently, investing in start-ups and private companies was the realm of the accredited investor, roughly defined as an individual with more than $1 million in net worth. In June 2014, Vermont’s Department of Financial Regulation passed the Vermont Small Business Offering exemption which was updated in 2019 and now called Vermont Crowdfunding which allows non-accredited Vermont investors the opportunity to invest in Vermont start-ups and small businesses.