The VT Department of Economic Development has recently been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DOD) Office of Economic Adjustment to help Vermont (OEA) businesses that have been impacted by DOD spending reductions over the last few years.
Although there are a number of state regulations, regulations and licensing requirements established by state law are sometimes administered at the local level. The federal government also regulates businesses and certain professions.
There are three main resource websites to register your business in Vermont, and the information on these websites is easily accessed and designed to be helpful for all types of businesses.
Vermont is a great place to grow a business! Whether you are relocating here from another state or starting your world class company in Vermont, we want to help you look at new market opportunities. The Vermont Department of Economic Development is staffed with professionals ready to assist new and expanding companies. We work in conjunction with the Regional Development Corporations (RDCs) and other strategic partners that together are your "one-stop-shop" for business relocation and expansion needs.
Thanks to the Department of Financial Regulation, Vermont now boasts the nation’s most progressive local investing regulations, making it easier for small businesses to raise much needed capital from their friends, families, customers and neighbors who want to invest in their local economy.