Virtual Peaker has launched real-time arbitrage for residential smart devices as part of its Distributed Energy Resource Management (DERMS) offering.
The fifth annual FreshTracks Road Pitch will be held July 30th through August 2th 2018. Schedule and prize package announced.
FreshTracks portfolio company, Mamava, has announced the launch of The Mamava Mini by Steelcase, the result of a design collaboration between Mamava, expert in lactation accommodations.
FreshTracks Capital joined several Vermont technology and clean energy communities in its investment in Virtual Peaker, a cloud-based energy management platform that is helping utilities build the grid of the future.
Mamava founders, Sascha Mayer and Christine Dodson, are being recognized by the US Small Business Administration for employment growth, financial success, expansion and community involvement.
FreshTracks Capital announces a new investment in the award-winning Vermont distillery, Caledonia Spirits, maker of Barr Hill Gin, Tom Cat Gin, and Barr Hill Vodka. This is the fifth Vermont company that FreshTracks has invested in during 2017.
Valt Inc. is the winner of the FreshTracks Road Pitch Pitch-off held on October 19 at Champlain College. Valt won the Bennington local Road Pitch and went on to complete against 10 fellow entrepreneurs.
The 4th Annual Road Pitch, a 5-day motorcycle tour of Vermont business bikers stopping in 10 towns to hear entrepreneurs pitch their businesses, wrapped up on August 4th, 2017. Join us for the Road Pitch Finals, featuring the winners from each of the 10 towns around VT, to be held at Champlain College on Thursday October 19th, 2017.
FreshTracks Capital announces its investment in Ogee, a Vermont-based company that makes luxury organic skincare and beauty products. Ogee products feature innovative and effective ingredients like Organic Jojoba Oil and Edelweiss Flower Plant Stem Cells to reduce wrinkles, instantly moisturize and restore healthy glowing skin.
“At SunCommon, our commercial program focuses on helping Vermont businesses reduce their energy costs, so they can spend on what matters – like serving amazing, local beer,” said Mike McCarthy, Solar Project Consultant for SunCommon.