For years, the only option for starting a new venture in the United States was binary: for-profit or non-profit. This all changed in April 2008 when a new form of business legislation was enacted in Vermont. The low-profit limited liability... Read More →
When most people think of competition, they think of the private sector. Family businesses, large corporations, and nascent start-ups all have to compete for a limited customer base. In the not-for-profit space, competition is not typically considered as much. One... Read More →
Congratulations to our former client, Café Reconcile, for continuing to make an impact in our community.
For entrepreneurs, cash is king. To obtain cash, young businesses must prove their market potential and clearly explain how investors will see a return on their investment. Although the entrepreneur’s quest for the Holy Grail—aka cash—can make life seem miserable... Read More →