I arrived at the ONTA Studio in the Kismet building in Williston to take a video of the owners. Zach and Lauren are two young entrepreneurs with a lot of passion. Zach had a massive smile on his face, and he stuck his hand out immediately for a handshake. He shook my hand, smiled, and […]
With the help of Opportunities Credit union, Shana Goldberger grew her wholesale bakery business to include a “dessert bar” that serves treats that customers can enjoy in a relaxing and inviting atmosphere.
Nicole Carey, owner of the Birdfolk Collective, recently opened a new storefront in Waterbury with the help of Opportunities Credit Union.
Waking Windows started as a small, 12 day long festival at The Monkey House in Winooski VT in 2011 and has grown into a multi venue, multi city series of events promoting music, comedy, art, food and drink.
The Winooski Small Business Loan Program is currently accepting applications. This program expands the City’s commitment to economic vitality by providing access to financing for new and existing businesses in Winooski.
Jake, owner of the Firebird Cafe, opened Nest Coffee and Bakery after realizing that what the community of Essex Junction needed and wanted was a coffee shop. He sought the support of Opportunities Credit Union to help make his dream of a coffee shop a reality.
As 2016 comes to a close, it’s a great time to reflect on your successes over the past year. Better yet, it’s the perfect time to start thinking about your financial plans for the new year. 2017 is right around the corner, and if you’re looking for a resolution to get you started, look no further!
Stacey Hamblett, owner of the Urban Salon Team, created a unique space where clients can link their inner and outer beauty. After financing fell through six weeks before opening with a traditional bank she’d been with for years, Hamblett received help from Opportunities Credit Union to realize her vision.
Dennille Austin is the owner of the Village Green Florist, a unique shop in Essex that caters to the needs of both everyday shoppers and couples preparing for their weddings. When it came time to find financing to purchase her shop, she found a partner in Opportunities Credit Union.
Tom Coggio, owner of Coggio Upholstery, takes the worn down treasures of local residents and offers the unique service of making them into something both beautiful and durable. He learned he could get business financing from Opportunities Credit Union at a significantly lower rate than he was paying to a national bank.