BDCC taking a bite out of knowledge
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Brattleboro- On Tuesday, January 23, join Whytnee Bush, of the Vermont Office of the Attorney General, as she discusses the Consumer Assistance Program and how it can help a small business understand the resources for unfair treatment or clarity on state laws.

The Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation’s Southern Vermont Economy Project’s Knowledge Bites webinar series occurs every second and fourth Tuesday of the month. It highlights economic and workforce development resources, tools, programs, and funding.

Visit for information on how to connect, upcoming sessions, and recorded past sessions. To suggest economic and workforce development resources, tools, programs, and funding for a future session contact Sarah Lang at
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