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Looking to make a global impact while enjoying all Vermont has to offer? Join Marvell’s dynamic team of over 6,500 employees around the globe designing customized silicon solutions that are on the leading edge of technology. We are looking for engineers for the Marvell Vermont location, including:

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Analysis Engineer Early Career ASIC PSI Design Engineer Principal Firmware Engineer Over 15 intern positions ranging from design to software to business

Please talk to a member of the team at the Marvell booth! Check out our website for more information and many more opportunities!

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We Love Tech Jam! Our growing company, Biocogniv, leverages artificial intelligence to tackle sepsis, the leading cause of in-hospital death in the United States, as well as other acute conditions before they become irreversible. Our offices are in Burlington’s Hula coworking campus, and when we found out the 2021 Vermont Tech Jam was happening here, we knew we had to participate.

Exhibiting at the Tech Jam paid off. We were fortunate to meet Kylin Willis, a biomedical engineering student from the University of Vermont, who stopped by our office to learn about Biocogniv. Not long after, she started as an intern and is now part of our full-time staff. We are thrilled to have her on the team and glad we were able to keep a recent-graduate-turnedyoung-professional in Vermont.

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plane. She also happened to have a house in Vermont. The two met up the next time Rothblatt was in the state, and she became Beta’s first customer. Their connection launched the company on a journey that has since brought hundreds of jobs and millions of investment dollars into the state, from entities including Amazon’s Climate Pledge Fund. Headquartered at the Burlington International Airport, Beta is now building a massive production facility off Route 2 in South Burlington and recently announced plans to take over a former battery plant in St. Albans. Both facilities will bring many more jobs to the area. At last year’s Tech Jam, Clark and Rothblatt shared the story of how they met. You can see their entire conversation with Seven Days writer Chelsea Edgar at techjamvt.com. This year’s keynote presentation, also moderated by Edgar, features a similarly exciting startup story. Edgar will interview University of Vermont engineering grad Sarah Kalil, CEO of CoreMap, a growing med-tech company that spun out of decades of research by UVM Medical Center cardiologist Dr. Peter

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inding a job these days is often an online affair. Candidates study corporate websites to learn about open positions. Employers post opportunities on job boards — including Seven Days Jobs — and accept applications through web portals. That process might be efficient, but it’s no substitute for face-to-face conversations with actual human beings. If you want to interact with the people behind the screens, come to the 2022 Vermont Tech Jam on Saturday, October 22, at Hula. This free annual job fair and tech expo encourages people to step away from their standing desks and into the kind of conversations that create and sustain our vibrant tech ecosystem. Spontaneous chats can yield surprising insights, connections and results — from job offers to funding commitments. A chance meeting is how Vermont-based Beta Technologies got off the ground; the company is racing to pioneer electric aviation. Founder and CEO Kyle Clark met Martine Rothblatt in 2017, at an event in Philadelphia. Rothblatt, the inventor of Sirius Satellite Radio and CEO of United Therapeutics, was impressed by Clark’s vision for an elegant, battery-powered

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E CONN Spector. CoreMap aims to help doctors better treat atrial fibrillation, a heart condition that affects tens of millions of people across the globe. Kalil will be speaking alongside one of her mentors — inventor, philanthropist and Shelburne resident John Abele, who cofounded Boston Scientific, a medical device company now worth billions. Kalil and Abele are among the remarkable people you’ll meet at this year’s Tech Jam on Saturday, October 22 at Hula in Burlington. Read on to learn about many others. POWERED BY:

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Exhibitors with name tags sporting green stickers are actively recruiting staff. Likewise, attendees can wear green stickers to indicate that they’re looking for a job. Exhibitors and attendees with blue stickers are looking for interns — or want to be one. Looking for vendors, clients or new connections? Add a red sticker to your name tag.

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nnovation is all over the venue that hosts the Vermont Tech Jam. Hula occupies the 15-acre lakefront property that formerly housed the Blodgett Oven factory, located off Lakeside Avenue in Burlington’s South End. The oven factory has since moved to Essex, and Hula is a busy hub for Vermont businesses, remote workers and events; Hula is one of the Tech Jam’s presenting sponsors. Palm trees and an abundance of natural light enliven the former factory’s Building 50. And the glass offices inside are

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teeming with people: They’re designing websites accessible for all, building battery-powered aircraft and using artificial intelligence to improve patient health in hospitals around the country. Hula is also home to a venture capital fund that’s investing local dollars into some of these growing companies. The Tech Jam is your chance to visit with Hula tenants, and the other exhibitors, and to be inspired by the space and the energy contained within it.

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The other presenting sponsor of this year’s Tech Jam is semiconductor solutions provider Marvell, a global firm with 6,500 employees worldwide. Marvell arrived in Vermont in 2019, after acquiring Avera, a company that was once part of GlobalFoundries. Burlington workplace services manager Harriet Matthews explained that Marvell employs an “essential” team of 200 based at the Innovation Center down the street from Hula — it’s the third largest Marvell site in the U.S. Marvell’s Burlington group designs semiconductors — in particular, specific chips for specific purposes, including for automotive use and in data centers and cellphone towers. Marvell exhibited at the Tech Jam in 2021 and decided to sponsor this one. "Networking and partnerships are always a good thing," Matthews noted. The fast-growing company currently has 26 open positions in Burlington, for entry-level design and verification engineers and more senior-level roles. Plus, interns! Find a full list at marvell.com, and stop by the Marvell booth at the Tech Jam to chat with recruiters. "It's a Silicon Valley company in Vermont," Matthew said. “It's a fantastic company to work for."

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

JOB FAIR/EXPO 10 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.

TOUR HULA. Learn more about this renewable-energy powered lakeside tech campus on a 20-minute guided tour. Groups will gather at the fountain in front of the Brio counter at 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. SEE A SATELLITE LAB.

Benchmark Space Systems, which develops propulsion systems for small satellites, is leading guided tours of its lab at Hula at 11 a.m., noon, 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Sign up at the Benchmark booth #12 in Building 50.

TRY TO FLY.

What’s it like to pilot Alia, Beta Technology’s battery-powered aircraft? Get behind the controls of Beta’s flight simulator, aka the MobileDome, located outside in the Airstream trailer parked between Building 44 and Building 50. Three interactive displays geared toward students teach the fundamentals of the science behind Beta’s all-electric aircraft. The displays demonstrate how electric propulsion works, the basics of flight controls and battery technology.

MAKE YOUR OWN NFT.

Unique digital assets known as non-fungible tokens, aka NFTs, are impossible to copy and can be sold on digital exchanges. Still not quite sure how that works? Stop by the ZestBloom booth at Tech Jam. The Morrisville-based company will set up an NFT-minting photo booth to demonstrate how a digital photo can become your very own NFT.

RECORD A PODCAST.

Dreaming of making a podcast but not sure how to start? Give it a try — for free — at Tech Jam! Podcasts can be a great marketing tool whether you’re a business owner, industry expert or content creator. Syntax + Motion will be onsite to help record, edit and release your show and make it fun in the process. Schedule your recording time at techjamvt.com.

JOIN TEAM ROBOT.

Learn about nonprofit FIRST, which designs robotics programs that motivate young people ages 6 to 18 to pursue STEM education and career opportunities. The secret? A little friendly competition. Representatives from Vermont’s FIRST teams are taking over the Isthmus conference room. See their creations, and talk to coaches, parents, students and mentors. Find out how you can participate or assist in training the next generation of Vermont’s technical workforce — and have fun doing it.

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Hula will serve food and drinks from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Drinks will also be available for purchase at the Brio coffee bar near the main entrance. Feel free to bring a water bottle to cut down on single-use containers.

TALK TO SOMEONE NEW.

The best part of the Tech Jam is discovering a new company or organization that is doing something exciting in your own backyard. So put down your phone and strike up a conversation. The exhibitors want to talk to you!

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your interactions? Sign up at techjamvt.com for a high-speed networking session where you’ll have quick convos with a variety of participants.

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trial fibrillation, more commonly known as A-fib or AF, is a heart condition marked by a rapid and irregular heartbeat. If untreated, it puts people who have it at increased risk of heart failure or having a stroke. Most of us know someone affected by AF — tens of millions of people around the globe suffer from it. U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman in Pennsylvania, the one who had a stroke days before the June primary? He’s living with AF. The condition is caused by misfiring electrical signals in the heart. Doctors can treat it with


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The Heart of Collaboration With CoreMap CEO Sarah Kalil and Boston Scientific CofounderJohn Abele a procedure called ablation, which can disrupt and normalize the signals — but only if they know which area of the heart to target. That can be frustratingly difficult to determine. Vermont-based med-tech startup CoreMap aims to make it easier. Its promising proprietary mapping technology could offer a way of visualizing A-fib, which would help doctors “see” AF and target treatment. CoreMap’s technology has been decades in the making. It’s based on the research of UVM Medical Center cardiologist Peter Spector. Experts in the field who’ve assessed its potential have described it as “a quantum leap” in the treatment of patients with AF. To make that vision a reality, Spector cofounded a med-tech startup, CoreMap, with CEO Sarah Kalil. A native Vermonter and UVM engineering grad with a law degree from Seton Hall University School of Law, Kalil has held leadership positions in numerous med-tech companies, mostly out of state. In 2017, she returned to Vermont

to take on the challenge of turning Spector’s research into an approved medical device that could have a positive impact on the millions of people affected by AF. Since then, the company has raised $33 million toward achieving its goal. Read more about Kalil and CoreMap in Chelsea Edgar’s story “Tough AF: CoreMap CEO Sarah Kalil is building a better way to treat atrial fibrillation,” in this week’s Seven Days. If CoreMap is able to grow in Vermont, the company could have a significant impact on the state’s economy. CoreMap’s analysis indicates that making even four percent more AF sufferers eligible for effective treatment could bring the company $1.4 billion in product revenue. To do that, CoreMap must first navigate a complicated regulatory landscape. For help in that process, Kalil turned to another collaborator — a Shelburne resident who’d been through it all before: inventor, investor and philanthropist John Abele.

If CoreMap is able to grow in Vermont, the company could have a significant impact on the state’s economy. In 1979, Abele famously cofounded medical device company Boston Scientific, driven by a conviction that medical interventions could be less invasive and more accessible. The company was one of the early manufacturers of ablation catheters — one of thousands of products it’s developed that now affect the lives of millions. A recipient of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Gold Medal Award, the group’s highest honor, Abele, who initially earned a degree in

physics and philosophy at Amherst College, has received honorary degrees from several universities, including UVM. He’s renowned for his generosity. In 1997, Abele established the Argosy Foundation. Through it, he and his family have given away more than $100 million to organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club, the Center for Reproductive Rights, the Center for Biological Diversity, and local nonprofits, including COTS and Shelburne Farms. Abele is also a champion of FIRST Robotics. He served as the U.S. chair of the organization from 2002 to 2010 and has supported FIRST teams in Vermont — including through a new, multi-year $375,000 grant. FIRST’s impact on local kids is the subject of Alison Novak’s story, “Machines With a Mission,” in this week’s Seven Days. Writer Chelsea Edgar will moderate a conversation between Abele and Kalil at 4 p.m. on Saturday, followed by a reception with light hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar.

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These companies and organizations will be exhibiting during the Tech Jam, either in their offices at Hula or at tables set up in Hula’s Building 50. Most of them are looking for employees! ● Accessible Web

● Benchmark Space Systems

Suite 821, accessibleweb.com

Booth 12, Suite 112, benchmarkspacesystems.com

A spin-off of Burlington-based web services firm Bytes.co, Accessible Web offers products and services that help clients make their websites accessible to all. Its growing team of 18 people helps clients discover, understand and resolve web accessibility issues. They believe the digital accessibility movement is at a tipping point; soon all developers will be required to understand how to build accessible products. Accessible Web is leading this change in an effort to support the universal right to access information and technology.

● Armach Robotics Booth 1-2, Richmond, armachrobotics.com

Using autonomous robots and artificial intelligence, Armach Robotics, Inc. is revolutionizing ship husbandry. Through its subscription service, Armach robots provide continuously clean ship hulls and regular hull surveys. Clean ship hulls result in substantially reduced operating costs, lower carbon emissions and reduced environmental impacts, while regular survey data provides the intelligence ship owners need to make on-time maintenance decisions. Using robots residing on ships and within ports and harbors that are supervised by remote operations specialists, Armach’s service is scalable worldwide at a fraction of the cost required by traditional husbandry methods.

● Bayonet Ocean Vehicles Booth 3, Richmond, bayonetocean.com

Bayonet Ocean Vehicles manufactures a series of amphibious tracked vehicles that can perform numerous tasks, including transitioning from deep ocean into the surf zone and onto the beach, making them a powerful tool for operators working in multiple marine environments. Bayonet specializes in working in the surf zone. Its vehicles, which operate on Greensea Systems’ OPENSEA platform, are the only commercially available tracked vehicles designed to work in this challenging environment.

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Benchmark designs and produces propulsion systems that maneuver small satellites. These systems use a nontoxic green propellant to provide thrust that moves a satellite onto a specific orbit, maintains its position, avoids collisions and safely removes it from orbit. These capabilities also enable sci-fi-esque activities, such as refueling and manufacturing in space. The five-year-old

world’s first digital diagnostic company, helps frontline providers recognize acute conditions before they become irreversible, using state-of-the-art AI and routine tests already performed at hospitals. Its laboratory intelligence platform is connected to multiple hospital systems across the U.S., processing thousands of laboratory tests per day. Stop by the Biocogniv office to see a live dashboard of lab data from hospitals in real time.

FUN FACT Benchmark Space Systems makes it possible for satellites to refuel in space. company employs a team of more than 85 engineers and business development professionals with offices in Burlington, Silicon Valley and the United Kingdom, with a distributed team across the United States and Canada. True to its Vermont roots and values, its mission is to keep space accessible and sustainable for generations to come. Meet at Benchmark’s booth for a guided tour of its Hula lab at 11 a.m., noon, 1 p.m. or 2 p.m.

★ ● Beta Technologies Outside between building #50 an #44, beta.team

Fast-growing Beta Technologies aims to create an elegant electric aviation solution that enables its customers to move people and cargo around the world safely, cost-effectively and with minimal environmental impact. Beta’s MobileDome flight simulator will be parked at the Tech Jam from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., along with a nearby recruitment table and three hands-on demos.

● Biocogniv Suite 851, biocogniv.com

Each year, over 700,000 patients die in U.S. hospitals, and one in 20 of those deaths is due to late diagnosis and intervention. Burlington-based Biocogniv, the

● C2, a Xerox Business Solutions Company Booth 21, Colchester, competitive.com

C2, a Xerox Business Solutions Company, is a full-service IT consulting firm with experience working with data, as well as building, implementing, integrating and extending best-in-class digital platforms. Acquired last year by Xerox, C2 has long been a trusted technology partner for clients in the U.S., Canada and the E.U. By taking a holistic view of clients’ data, C2 is able to provide end-to-end vision and solution development that drives competitive advantage.

● CarShare Vermont Booth 27, Burlington, carsharevt.org

Do you really need your own car? CarShare Vermont’s mission is to help Vermonters get around with fewer of them. CarShare offers a convenient, affordable and reliable alternative to private car ownership for individuals and businesses in the greater Burlington area. The nonprofit is seeking passionate, dependable, tech-savvy team players with excellent customer service skills, a knack for problem-solving, and a strong commitment to social equity and environmental justice to help its small team deliver this essential transportation service.

● Champlain Cable Corporation Booth 32, Colchester, champcable.com

● Burlington Telecom Booth 37, Burlington, burlingtontelecom.com

A 100 percent fiber network powers this telecom company, which offers TV, phone and internet service to residents of Vermont’s largest city. Over the past four years, BT’s service area has begun to expand beyond the city limits, as well. The company emphasizes its commitment to innovation, cutting-edge Wi-Fi technology and excellent customer service.

● Bytes.co Booth 20, Burlington, bytes.co

Bytes.co is a web design, digital marketing and development agency headquartered in Burlington. Its team is thoughtful, resourceful, respectful of each other and focused on getting things done, and getting them done right, with hard work, dedication and loyalty — and an openminded approach. Since its founding in 2010, the company has grown year-overyear from one person in a basement to a team of 27 across the U.S.

If you’ve got a car, it might include specialty cables from Champlain Cable. The company is an innovator, designer and manufacturer of high-performance wire and cable, with a 60-year history of providing solutions to the toughest problems in the world’s most extreme environments. Champlain Cable works with clients in a variety of markets, including automotive, electric hybrid, marine, military shipboard and rail transit.

★ Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman Booth 13, Burlington, hickokandboardman.com

Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman is a real estate agency serving the Vermont community with offices in Burlington, St. Albans and Vergennes. For more than 60 years, its experienced agents have guided individuals and families to the places they love and call home. The company is thrilled to sponsor this year’s Vermont Tech Jam and to work with attendees purchasing their first home or relocating from another area — and with exhibitors hoping to help employees find housing. CONTINUED ON PAGE 12


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ranked No. 1 in KLAS by its clients and received the coveted Top Overall IT Services Firm award. In 2022, Galen received the No. 1 Overall Implementation Services Firm award. Galen has appeared on Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work list for the past nine years.

use and environmental regulation, estate planning, mergers and acquisitions, personal injury litigation, employment law, and family law. It hires only attorneys with top credentials — former judicial clerks, assistant U.S. attorneys and practitioners who worked at law firms in major U.S. cities.

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● EnergyHub

Generator MakerSpace

● Greensea

● Creative Micro

Booth 33, Burlington, energyhub.net

Booth 9, Burlington, generatorvt.com

Booth 4, Richmond, greensea.com

EnergyHub, which acquired Vermontbased Packetized Energy, is a growing enterprise software company whose platform lets consumers turn their smart thermostats, electric cars, water heaters and other products into virtual power plants. This keeps the grid stable and enables higher penetration of solar and wind power. EnergyHub partners with more than 60 utilities nationwide to manage more than 2,900 MW of flexible capacity. The company has 125 employees working remotely and at offices in Brooklyn and Burlington. Its recruiters are looking forward to meeting tech professionals who want to put their skills to work fighting climate change.

At the intersection of art, science, entrepreneurism and technology sits Generator MakerSpace. With maker studios, classroom space, and artist accelerator and business incubator programs, Generator provides the tools,

Since 2006, Greensea has been providing an open architecture robotics platform for ocean vehicles that are used in exploration, defense, and scientific and commercial applications. The cuttingedge technologies that it is advancing are changing the future of ocean robotics and have spawned two spin-off companies: Armach Robotics and Bayonet Ocean Vehicles. Greensea’s staff has grown to more than 60 employees across three locations: Richmond, Vt.; Plymouth, Mass.; and San Diego, Calif. Eighty percent of its workforce, including a majority of Greensea’s management team, are women.

Booth 18, Waitsfield, creativemicro.com

Creative Micro is a leading-edge R&D, fabrication and production company nestled in the scenic heart of Vermont. It has rural roots and a global reach. Founded in 2005 by MIT Media Lab graduates Bill and Julie Parker, the company specializes in high-performance augmented reality and situational awareness technology development and commercialization. Creative Micro is looking for highly motivated, outof-the-box thinkers to join its unique team, which applies multidisciplinary approaches to solving problems.

★ ● Data Innovations Booth 23, Colchester, datainnovations.com

Data Innovations provides software solutions that support clinical labs. Its flagship Instrument Manager product, EP Evaluator, clinical lab QA assessment and reporting tool, and DI solutions work together to integrate, optimize, and standardize clinical labs. Located in Vermont for 30 years, Data Innovations is a global software company serving more than 6,000 hospitals and laboratories in more than 85 countries.

● Dynapower

● Fab-Tech Booth 43, Colchester, fabtechinc.com

Fab-Tech sets the industry standard for providing safe and reliable corrosive fume exhaust duct systems. These systems are designed for reduced total installed costs, easy installation in ALL weather conditions, and elimination of 100 percent of lifetime maintenance compared to alternative products. Stop by Fab-Tech’s booth to learn about openings including for welders, production leads, QC inspectors, fabricators and office staff.

Booth 19, South Burlington, dynapower.com

For more than five decades, Dynapower has been helping solve some of the toughest power conversion challenges in industries ranging from metal finishing and mining to chemical and steel production. In recent years, its global footprint has expanded, charting the course for many new power conversion applications, such as helping to create clean drinking water, turning trash to energy, generating hydrogen to fuel zero-emission vehicles and sustainable manufacturing, recovering and recycling metals from discarded electronics, and sterilizing food. Dynapower has enabled utilities to turn off coal-fired plants and island nations to uncouple from pollution-causing diesel generators by safely and reliably harnessing renewable energy from wind and solar. It works alongside the Army, Navy and Air Force, and it collaborates with the world’s top universities and national laboratories to push the boundaries of science and innovation.

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● FreshAir Sensor Booth 6, Lebanon, N.H., freshairsensor.com

FreshAir Sensor offers the only technology available for hotels and apartments to monitor for, immediately detect, and prove tobacco and marijuana smoking. Its patented polymer sensors are based on more than 20 years of research and development and are widely deployed in hotels, apartment buildings and shortterm rentals. The company is looking to add interns and employees to its 39-person team.

● Galen Healthcare Solutions Booth 17, Suite 105, galenhealthcare.com

Founded in 2005, this healthcare IT company has worked with more than 300 practices, hospitals and healthcare networks around the country. Its 130-member team’s expertise includes but isn’t limited to Electronic Health Record deployment, data migration, application development and project management. In 2021, Galen’s technical and professional services groups were

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Northern Digital’s microsensors and tracking systems have helped transform image-guided surgery over the past decade. expertise, education and opportunity to enable all members of the community to make their ideas a reality. In partnership with schools and community-based nonprofits, Generator provides hands-on STEAM education, as well as work-based learning programs with a focus on underserved youth, in an effort to create pipelines to STEAM careers. Generator’s community space offers technologically advanced equipment paired with skillbased education for all ages.

● GlobalFoundries Booth 28, Essex Junction, gf.com

GlobalFoundries provides a unique combination of design, development and fabrication services to some of the world’s most inspired technology companies. As a full-service semiconductor foundry with a manufacturing footprint spanning three continents, GlobalFoundries makes possible the technologies and systems that transform industries and give customers the power to shape their markets.

★ Gravel & Shea Booth 36, Burlington, gravelshea.com

One of Vermont’s oldest and most respected law firms, Gravel & Shea provides its clients legal services in a wide variety of disciplines, including commercial transactions, civil litigation, real estate, intellectual property, energy, land

● Hack Club Booth 11, Shelburne, hackclub.com

A nonprofit network of high school coding clubs and more than 17,000 technical teenagers, Hack Club gives teens the community and the tools to make their ideas real. Though Hack Club is primarily built by teenagers, for teenagers, it also employs 14 full-time staff, along with a team of part-time teen contributors based around the world. Creative technologists, engineers and local high school students are encouraged to stop by at Tech Jam and learn how to become part of the Hack Club community.

★ Health Plans, Inc. Booth 25, Westboro, Mass., healthplansinc.com

Health Plans, Inc. cuts through the complexity of the self-funded health insurance marketplace to reveal novel strategies that make the most of every health care dollar. HPI is a forwardthinking, national third-party administrator of self-funded health plan solutions with more than 40 years’ experience. Its entrepreneurial spirit, flexible and innovative approach, and commitment to quality, technology, and personalized service set HPI apart and enable the company to deliver better value to its clients and their employees. CONTINUED ON PAGE 14


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★ ● Marvell Booth 15, Burlington, marvell.com

Marvell is a global semiconductor company providing physical and cloud-based semiconductor solutions in the mobile 5G, automotive, data center, cloud and enterprise networking markets. With 6,500 employees worldwide, including 200 in Vermont, Marvell creates a culture of shared collaboration and diversity. Read more on page 7 of this guide.

★ ● Mascoma Bank Suite 541, mascomabank.com

Mascoma Bank is different by design. As a Certified B Corporation, Mascoma is committed to using business as a force for good. From the health and wellbeing of its employees to its efforts to give back to the communities it serves, Mascoma believes in the power of business to help shape and improve society.

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Study WhatYou Love! Norwich University offers 30+ majors upon which to build a successful career. Whether it’s Mechanical Engineering, Cybersecurity, or Nursing, our students are researching ways to save lives, improve the environment, and advance technology.

Why Study at Norwich University? It’s not just our small class sizes, expert faculty, or even our prestigious history dating back 200 years. There’s something about Norwich that you have to experience to believe.

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Myti is changing online shopping for good. An e-commerce purchasing platform with a human touch, Myti keeps money in local communities everywhere, encourages local interactions, and benefits the character and connections of villages, towns and cities. Its Myti team of nine is growing.

● Northern Digital Inc. (NDI) Booth 10, Shelburne, ndigital.com

Be prepared to think and act for yourself and with others. At Norwich, it isn’t enough to know something – it’s what you do with that knowledge.

Thrive After Graduation Norwich graduates are ready for anything – graduate school, the military, or a career in business, software development, engineering or architecture. You can be a leader at the Department of Defense, Microsoft, J.P. Morgan, and even the White House!

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NDI is a growing, global company based in Ontario, Canada, with offices in Shelburne, Vt., Germany and Hong Kong. Its microsensors and tracking systems have helped transform image-guided surgery and interventional procedures over the past decade. NDI’s sensors can be embedded into medical instruments such as catheters, endoscopes, guidewires and needle tips. Using the sensors’ tracking data, the image-guided surgery system can localize and visualize the instrument as it’s navigated through the body. NDI seeks to fill open positions in Vermont. Its offices are located in a campus-like setting that’s steps away from the Shelburne Museum.

★ ● Norwich University Booth 22, Northfield, norwich.edu

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Founded in 1819 by Captain Alden Partridge of the U.S. Army, Norwich is the oldest private military college in the U.S., one of six senior military colleges and the birthplace of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps. Norwich’s leading programs span technical fields including cybersecurity, computer science, engineering, nursing, architecture and construction. The Senator Patrick Leahy School of Cybersecurity and Advanced Computing is one of the toprated cybersecurity programs in the country. Norwich University’s Applied Research Institute is currently seeking a project manager and a security situation center analyst.

● One Tree Planted Booth 8, onetreeplanted.org

Anyone can make an impact through reforestation thanks to nonprofit One Tree Planted. In 2021, the organization planted 23.5 million trees in six different regions worldwide. Its 80 employees, located globally, are passionate about the environment, community and getting the job done right. They work with local, on-the-ground partners in more than 47 countries. Their projects are focused on restoration, meaning the quality and thoughtfulness of a project is much more important than the number of trees being planted. The organization is working to improve processes and the use of technology in forest and carbon monitoring. Founded in Vermont, One Tree Planted seeks to grow and expand its presence in the state and in New England.

● OnLogic Booth 35, South Burlington, onlogic.com

OnLogic, formerly Logic Supply, designs and manufactures specialized computers and hardware solutions for companies all over the world — and beyond. In addition to working with robotics and renewable energy companies, and manufacturers such as Goodyear and Michelin, OnLogic has collaborated with NASA on planetary rover projects. OnLogic’s computers are designed to work where others would fail. It’s scheduled to complete a new 145,000-square-foot headquarters in South Burlington in 2023. The company has an open office and open salaries, and it strives for fair and transparent decision making. In addition to technical positions, OnLogic is also recruiting for its sales, marketing, operations and finance teams. CONTINUED ON PAGE 16


At Mascoma Bank we think of ourselves as a technology company that provides financial products and services to our customers.

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● Parker LORD Booth 38, Williston, parker.com

Parker LORD is a small Vermont business with the backing of a large global corporation. Its Microstrain Sensing Systems division was established in 1987. Back then, it focused on producing microdisplacement sensors for strain measurement in biomechanics research applications. Today, the company makes tiny sensors and systems that are used in a wide range of applications, including advanced manufacturing and off-highway vehicles, as well as commercial and military manned and unmanned vehicles. Its sensors have won numerous awards, and the company values being both innovative and responsive to its customers’ unique requirements.

South Burlington, Zurich, and Boston. They’ve amassed numerous customers in health care, electric vehicles and consumer electronics, including multiple Fortune 500 companies. With backing from investors and government agencies, Resonant Link is poised to continue its exponential growth and lead the movement to electrify work, logistics, transportation and patient care.

● Revision Military Booth 24, Essex Junction, revisionmilitary.com

Revision Military designs and develops mission-critical protective eyewear solutions for military and tactical customers worldwide, providing protection, durability and quality. Revision’s purpose-built products also deliver comfort, fit and style. Over the past 20 years, the company has rapidly grown to become a proven

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Quorum is an advertising technology company focused on bridging the connection between advertising and real-world consumer shopping behavior. Thousands of brands across verticals including automotive, retail, restaurants, entertainment, and travel use Quorum to optimize the targeting and cost effectiveness of their media investments.

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● Resonant Link Booth 16, South Burlington, resonant-link.com

Resonant Link’s founders met at Dartmouth College, where they developed a way of enabling wireless charging that was five times faster than other methods. In 2017, they launched Resonant Link to power medical devices and electric vehicles with fast, efficient, easy-to-use and safe wireless charging. Today the company’s nearly 50 engineers, scientists and innovators have created a remote-first, humancentric culture anchored by offices in 16

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supplier of military protective eyewear to NATO forces around the world. Its 53,000-square-foot facility includes a state-of-the-art manufacturing clean room, which houses North America’s premier lens-molding equipment and coating line. Revision’s team of roughly 130 employees includes many veterans, native Vermonters and new Americans who assemble 100 percent of Revision eyewear in-house.

● The Source and Recruit Company Booth 44, Danby, sourceandrecruit.com

The Source and Recruit Company offers contingent search, retained search, and contract recruiting solutions that leverage best-in-class process, technology, and training to recruit exceptional talent, while often reducing agency spend by 40 percent or more. Stop by the Source and Recruit booth to learn about positions with the company and its tech sector clients. CONTINUED ON PAGE 18


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● State of Vermont Agency of Digital Services Booth 34, Montpelier, digitalservices.vermont.gov

The team of information technology professionals at the Digital Services Agency provides services and resources to partners in state government, ultimately for the benefit of the residents, businesses and visitors of the State of Vermont. The agency is recruiting for positions in Berlin, Burlington, Montpelier and Waterbury.

● Stratton Aviation Booth 30, Winooski, strattonaviation.com

There are thousands of commercial aircraft in service all over the world — nearly 10,000 of them are in the air at any one time. Each requires parts and services to keep it operating while maintaining profitability and, most importantly, safety. Stratton Aviation provides parts and services to ensure the world’s commercial fleet operates safely and smoothly. The company also tears down aging aircraft to safely reuse as many components as possible. This growing Vermont-based company operates on a global scale, with approximately 40 employees currently spread over three continents.

● Systems & Software Booth 42, Winooski, ssivt.com

Since 1973, this Winooski-based company has been serving utility companies with fully supported, end-to-end Computer Information Systems and edge systems. Today it delivers both cloud and on-premises solutions. See a software demo and learn about openings at the Systems & Software booth at Tech Jam.

● THINKMD Suite 830, thinkmd.org

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A social impact company founded by Vermont physicians, THINKMD is transforming global digital health at the front lines of care. Its innovative clinical decision support technology was created by doctors to help frontline users identify how sick a person is, what illnesses they may have and what appropriate next steps to take. The scientifically validated technology utilizes World Health Organization guidelines, is translated into more than 15 languages and is currently active 10/14/22 1:35 PM

through implementing partners in 10 countries. THINKMD empowers users, health care delivery organizations and governments with acquired data that informs accurate clinical and public health decision making.

University of Vermont Office of Engagement Booth 5, Burlington, uvm.edu

This office serves as the university’s “front door” for private, public and nonprofit entities and communities looking to access UVM’s many resources, strengths and capabilities. It’s dedicated to leveraging the university’s resources to help Vermont businesses reach their full potential. Its main objectives include job attraction, internships and service learning opportunities for university students and regional and workforce development. The office can provide connections to UVM students in a unique way that will help Vermont continue to strive toward its goals of future growth and development.

● VEIC Booth 31, Winooski, veic.org

For more than 35 years, VEIC has helped clients meet their clean energy goals through innovative and equitable solutions that benefit them, their partners and their communities. VEIC has expertise in energy efficiency, building decarbonization, transportation electrification and demand management for a clean and flexible grid. Its team has developed a reputation for leading the way with high-impact energy solutions and is nationally recognized for programs and pilots that optimize energy use, reduce energy burdens for low-income customers, and advance emerging technologies and innovative program models. Since 2000, VEIC has supported its communities to reduce greenhouse gasses by 107 million metric tons, save 2.7 billion kWh, and save $4 billion.

● VELCO Booth 41, Rutland, velco.com

Vermont Electric Power Company, VELCO, is an integral piece of Vermont’s electric grid. It maintains 738 miles of transmission lines, more than 13,000 acres of rights of way, and fiber optic communication networks that monitor and control the electric system which serve as a key link for


Vermonters’ high-speed data internet access. Its growing technology departments are finding and using the latest tech to ensure the safety and sustainability of the grid now and in the future.

● Vermont Air National Guard Booth 26, Burlington, 158fw.ang.af.mil

Supplying the nation and state with a ready force skilled in the execution of a broad spectrum of global and domestic operations is the mission of the Vermont Air National Guard, home of the 158th Fighter Wing. Federally recognized in August 1946 with the 134th Fighter Squadron, the Green Mountain Boys began their first flying mission with the F-47 and historically became the first Air National Guard unit to base the F-35A Lightning II, the most advanced and capable weapon system in the U.S. Air Force.

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● Wildlife Imaging Systems

Breweries, wineries, distributors, soda bottlers and other companies in the beverage industry rely on VIP. From helping distributors improve their warehouse, delivery and sales operations to empowering suppliers to know where their products are sold, VIP’s innovative software applications are instrumental in helping these businesses succeed. Employee-owned VIP has a 50-year history and has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Vermont for its engaging and employee-focused culture.

Booth 29, Hinesburg, wildlifeimagingsystems.com

This small company is working to eliminate conflict between wildlife and wind and solar energy deployment. Founder Brogan Morton led the development and commercialization of NRG Systems’ innovative Bat Deterrent System, which uses ultrasound to reduce bat mortality from wind turbines. Morton realized that the wildlife research community needed more access to advanced tech tools to better enable their vital conservation work. Since 2019, Wildlife Imaging Systems has won SBIR Phase 1 and 2 awards from both the National Science

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Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy to develop its technology, which includes advanced computer vision and machine-learning solutions — everything from field-ready video capture hardware to advanced video processing algorithms.

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state-of-the-art technology, including an NFT search engine with originality verification and an embeddable NFT storefront. Make your own NFT at the ZestBloom photo booth at Tech Jam to see how it works. This booth is sponsored by VCET and the Vermont Technology Council.

Booth 39, Morrisville, zestbloom.com

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