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The Vermont Economic Development Authority (VEDA) 

The Vermont Economic Development Authority, created by the General Assembly in 1974, is Vermont's economic development finance lender. In the past 35 years, VEDA has provided over $1.5 billion in financing assistance to thousands of eligible Vermont entrepreneurs, manufacturers, small businesses and agricultural enterprises, helping them to realize their business growth goals, create jobs and enhance the vitality of Vermont's economy. VEDA's new Technology Loan Program will provide financing to eligible businesses offering technology-based goods and services to consumers located both inside and outside Vermont.

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