The Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development works to make Vermont more robust in terms of its economy, tourism, housing, and historical preservation. The site's economic development section includes information on doing business in the state, programs provided by the agency, funding and incentives, major initiatives, and a site locator for businesses. The resources page provides public and private sector resources that can help users to register, relocate, and expand a business.
The Vermont Chamber of Commerce represents the business community in fostering the state’s economic development and growth. The organization provides many programs and events to help businesses succeed. These programs focus primarily on business advocacy and assistance, facilitating business-to-business cooperation, and networking opportunities amongst members.
The mission of the Vermont Economic Development Authority (VEDA) is to contribute to the statewide creation and retention of businesses by providing loans and other types of financial support to qualified enterprises. The VEDA's website mostly contains information regarding the financing of various industries, but an education center also provides thorough information and statistics about key business sectors in Vermont.
The Vermont branch of the Department of Commerce that specializes in helping small to medium-sized companies develop and execute exporting strategies. The organization provides many paid services to help businesses succeed in exporting. The site has an exporter's resource database that features regulations, research, and forms.
Vermont Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is dedicated to promoting success and growth within the small business community of the state. It provides free counseling services, as well as affordable training programs in areas such as starting a business and entrepreneurship. The center’s website contains numerous resource links and an extensive guide to E-commerce.