Seven businesses across Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont were granted between $79,000 and $250,000 for dairy processing research and development innovation.
The Northeast Dairy Business Innovation Center is pleased to announce 10 recipients of the second round of the Dairy Marketing and Branding Services Grant. Recipients spanned the Northeast region. These funds allowed processors to access professional marketing and branding services to elevate their businesses through marketing tactics, brand improvements, and overall strategy.
Mediation is an informal process where parties meet with a neutral person (mediator) who helps them negotiate their differences. Mediators don’t decide who is legally right or wrong nor will they tell you what to do. Mediation leaves the decision-making power totally and strictly with the parties. Mediators with expertise in agricultural issues are available for free in states throughout the Northeast.
The Northeast Dairy Business Innovation Center (NE-DBIC) announces the award of grant funds through the Marketing & Branding Services Grant Program to thirteen value-added dairy processors across six Northeast states. The funds will allow awardees to access professional marketing and branding services to elevate their businesses.
The Northeast Dairy Business Innovation Center (NE-DBIC) selected Karen Karp & Partners (KK&P) of Southold, New York to study the level of interest from dairy farmers located in central and southern Vermont and northern Massachusetts in producing milk specifically for specialty cheese production.