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Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies (VCET) 

Published October 13, 2008 at 10:19 a.m.

The Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies is a leading-edge technology business incubator. The Center offers selected early-stage businesses a menu of traditional incubator services such as furnished office and laboratory space, business consultation, shared office equipment, administrative support, business education and workshops.

Business incubators help to develop start-up businesses with the goal of graduation and creation of local jobs. Research has shown that offering help during this early stage, when many more businesses fail than succeed, significantly increases their chance of survival from 35 to 85 percent.

Two VCET success stories — Kilawatt Technologies and Standard Technologies Group — will be at the Jam. Look for them at the Vermont 3.0 booth.

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