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VERMONT CENTER FOR EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
NAMES ANDREW STICKNEY VICE PRESIDENT

June 17th, 2011
 
Burlington, VT (June 17, 2011) The Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies (VCET) announced today the promotion of Andrew Stickney to Vice President. Stickney will assume responsibility for marketing and outreach, portfolio client services, and managing the Burlington and Middlebury facilities in his new position.
 
"Our greatest value to Vermont entrepreneurs is the VCET team of Board members, College and University partners, mentors and professional staff. Andrew is a great addition to our team and has hit the ground running," said David Bradbury, President of VCET.
 
Stickney earned a BS in Business Administration and MBA both from the University of Vermont. Prior to joining VCET as Vice President, Stickney worked for the Altria Group Inc. in several marketing capacities and served as a Vermont EPSCoR supported Graduate Fellow at VCET assisting entrepreneurs and new venture creation partners around Vermont. A native from Montpelier, VT, he now resides in Burlington, VT.
 
The Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies (VCET) is a leading-edge technology firm incubation program and venture capital provider serving all of Vermont. Select, high opportunity firms are provided with substantive business mentoring, early stage risk capital, technical expertise, interns, professional services and flexible office space (if needed) in Middlebury and Burlington. Since launching in 2010, VCET has managed the Vermont Seed Capital Fund, LP. Simply put and relentlessly pursued, VCET's mission is to create next generation jobs for this generation of Vermonters. Since 2005, VCET has operated as an independent 501 c (3) non-profit organization.
 
For more information, visit www.vermonttechnologies.com or call 802-253-6843.

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