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VBM, KeyBank celebrate Vermont’s fastest growing companies

first_img9.16.2011 2011 5x5x5 Award RecipientsConstructionReArch Company, LLC | 429%TFM Construction | 151%Denis White Interior Contractors, Inc | 88%Spates Construction, Inc | 73%Naylor & Breen Builders, Inc | 33% EnergyAll Earth Renewables | 5,250%Global Resource Options, Inc | 374%Vermont Electric Power Company | 257%NRG Systems Inc. | 109%Washington Electric Cooperative | 36%ManufacturingGreen Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc | 740%North Hartland Tool Corp | 600%MicroStrain, Inc | 198%King Arthur Flour Company | 84%Harbour Industries  Inc  | 60%ServiceChoice Stategies | 410%VHB | 250%TPW Management LLC |213%The RehabGYM Inc | 210%Dore & Whittier Architects | 149%TechnologyDealer.com | 1,188%ASIC North Inc | 330%Logic Supply Inc | 156%BioTek Instruments | 107%Control Technologies Inc | 81% Vermont Business Magazine and KeyBank celebrated  the achievements of the five fastest growing businesses in five categories over the last five years in Vermont at a ceremony Thursday night at the DoubleTree in South Burlington. The 25 extraordinary companies are listed below. AllEarth Renewables had the distinction of being the fastest overall company with 5,250 percent growth over five years.The keynote Speaker was Janette Bombardier, site director of IBM in Essex Junction, who spoke on the constant need to innovate.Also speaking was Martha Maksym of the United Way of Chittenden County and Governor Shumlin, who was able to break away from his schedule to congratulate the winners and to offer remarks on how the Vermont spirit has led to a speedy recovery from Tropical Storm Irene. Photos: Janette Bombardier and Bob Zider. Governor Shumlin. Category winners below. Photos by Nino Abbott.last_img read more

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Reds bolster coaching, front row

first_imgThe pair have proven to be a dynamic duo in the last two years, steering Queensland’s U20s to consecutive undefeated, title winning seasons before taking the reins at Queensland Country and working wonders there.Thorn has regularly credited Carozza as an integral part of his rise to the head coaching ranks and the Reds announced Thorn’s right hand man as one of two assistant coaches in their squad drop on Wednesday.Thorn will also be flanked by former Rebels coach Tony McGahan, with 2017 assistant coach Jason Gilmore taking on a role as head of the Reds’ Elite Youth Development pathway.There are no major surprises among the full playing squad, with the only fresh faces that haven’t already been made public former Brumbies and Stormers prop JP Smith and standout Greater Sydney Rams hooker Brandon Paenga-Amosa.Smith will provide cover for Taniela Tupou, who is the hot favourite to start at tighthead alongside James Slipper at loosehead.The signing of Paenga-Amosa is particularly astute, though, as the 21-year-old is more than capable of taking on Alex Mafi and Andrew Ready in the fight for the starting hooker job.All three have the potential to make the top job their own and that will be an intriguing battle as the season rolls along.Reds 2018 Super Rugby squadPropsSef Fa’agase, University of Queensland, Shailer Park State SchoolHarry Hoopert, (new signing), Brothers, Toowoomba Grammar SchoolJames Slipper, Bond University, The Southport SchoolJ.P. Smith (new signing),TBCTaniela Tupou, Brothers, Sacred Heart CollegeMarkus Vanzati, Souths, Toowoomba Grammar SchoolHookersAlex Mafi, Bond University, St. Joseph’s Nudgee CollegeAndrew Ready, Easts St. Joseph’s College, Gregory TerraceBrandon Paenga-Amosa (new signing), Southern Districts, NSW Endeavour Sports High SchoolLocksAngus Blyth (new signing), Bond University, The Southport SchoolKane Douglas, Norths, Maclean High SchoolHarry Hockings, (new signing), University of Queensland Anglican Church Grammar SchoolIzack Rodda, Easts, Ipswich Grammar SchoolLukhan Tui, Souths, John Edmonson High SchoolBack rowMichael Gunn, Easts, Anglican Church Grammar SchoolReece Hewat, Norths, St. Joseph’s Nudgee CollegeScott Higginbotham, Wests, The Southport SchoolAdam Korczyk, University of Queensland, Brisbane State High SchoolAngus Scott-Young (new signing), University of Queensland, Anglican Church Grammar SchoolGeorge Smith, Brothers, Cromer High SchoolCaleb Timu (re-signed), Souths, St. Joseph’s Nudgee CollegeLiam Wright (new signing), Easts, Anglican Church Grammar SchoolScrumhalvesNick Frisby, GPS, Marist College AshgroveTate McDermott (new signing), University of Queensland, Sunshine Coast Grammar SchoolMoses Sorovi, University of Queensland, St Peters Lutheran CollegeJames Tuttle, GPS, St. Joseph’s Nudgee CollegeFlyhalvesQuade Cooper, Souths, Anglican Church Grammar SchoolHamish Stewart (new signing), Bond University, Toowoomba Grammar SchoolCentresChris Feauai-Sautia (re-signed), Souths, Brisbane State High SchoolSamu Kerevi, Souths, Brisbane State High SchoolDuncan Paia’aua (re-signed), Norths, Emmaus College RockhamptonOutside backsFilipo Daugunu (new signing), Wests, Labasa Sangam CollegeKarmichael Hunt (re-signed), Norths, Anglican Church Grammar SchoolLachlan Maranta, Wests, St. Joseph’s College, Gregory TerraceEto Nabuli (re-signed), GPS, Nadroga Navosa Provincial High SchoolIzaia Perese, Easts, Anglican Church Grammar Schoollast_img read more

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