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Louisa Schibli & Janice Shade

Louisa Schibli and Janice Shade are co-founders of Milk Money L3C, a Vermont low-profit limited liability company that supports local investment, entrepreneurship, and small business through its local investment platform, educational and networking resources, and services for investors and entrepreneurs.

By: Louisa Schibli & Janice Shade

August 1st, 2016

What Does it Take to Be an Entrepreneur in VT? (Part Two)

Business Development | Investing in the Future

Louisa Schibli and Janice Shade are co-founders of Milk Money, a low-profit limited liability company that supports local investment, entrepreneurship, and small business through its local investment platform, educational and networking resources, and service for investors and entrepreneurs.

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By: Louisa Schibli & Janice Shade

July 25th, 2016

What Does it Take to Be an Entrepreneur in VT? (Part One)

Business Development | Investing in the Future

Janice Shade and Louisa Schibli are co-founders of Milk Money, a low-profit limited liability company that supports local investment, entrepreneurship, and small business through its local investment platform, educational and networking resources, and service for investors and entrepreneurs.

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By: Louisa Schibli & Janice Shade

May 23rd, 2016

Investing in the Local Economy

Local Investing

  The authors of this blog post - Louisa Schibli and Janice Shade - are co-founders of Milk Money L3C, a Vermont low-profit limited liability company that supports local investment, entrepreneurship, and small business through its local investment platform, educational and networking resources, and services for investors and entrepreneurs.  How Individuals Can Build Business to Support Community Prosperity Imagine that you are a small business owner with a growing business.  At some point, you might need outside funding to add new equipment, to open a new location, or to build your team of trusted employees. Your first thought is probably to seek traditional sources such as a credit union or bank for a loan, but you’ve also heard about alternative financing resources.  In your research, you discover a way for your friends, customers, and other community members to provide the money you need – a way that also strengthens the local economy.

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