THINKmd is featured on Vermont PBS’ Innovate Web Series. Innovate is a tech-centric series that highlights some of Vermont’s most cutting edge and creative businesses
Ello is among a list of the most well-funded startups in each state, based on a venture capital database that receives equity funding reports.
In just four years, SunCommon scaled its staff from 16 to 65 employees, and quickly outgrew its onsite conference room for Monday morning meetings. SunCommon will lease 8,500 square feet of a new 14,000 square foot net-zero building now under construction in Waterbury.
Bloomberg’s photo gallery of the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory
Ello founder Paul Budnitz spoke with FastCompany about Ello’s future as it grows its user base.
THINKmd’s MEDSINC software platform guides community health care workers and other non-medical caregivers when and where no doctors are available.
FreshTracks’ Road Pitch 2015 film presented at Gov Pitch 2016.
What is that mission? Lee Bouyea of FreshTracks Capital says Budnitz made it clear when pitching FreshTracks. “Paul came to us over a year ago and said, ‘I want to build an ad-free social network,’ and he’s never wavered from that vision, and we bought into that vision when we funded this back in January.”
“Renewables will save Vermonters hundreds of millions of dollars,” predicts Duane Peterson, copresident of SunCommon, the state’s largest residential solar company.
“Last year, we announced to the world that together with our partners at GE, we would enter the connected home market,” said Ben Kaufman, founder and CEO of Quirky, in a statement. “In just 18 months, we have introduced an entire ecosystem of products, a powerful app that interacts with hundreds of connected devices from leading brands, and today, a comprehensive campaign to educate the world on what it means to live in the connected home.”