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Lake Champlain Chamber Announces TalentBTV, Upcoming Webinars

The Lake Champlain Chamber has announced a new program moniker: TalentBTV.  TalentBTV is the new name for LCC’s long-standing talent development work.  Finding talent has always been a leading concern for LCC members and the organization has been able to address these concerns through programs and initiatives like relocation services, Burlington Young Professionals, professional mentoring and their resume resource program.  These programs will continue to solve our region’s workforce challenges  under a new descriptor.  The new name signifies a fresh focus and new energy around this well established work as the Lake Champlain Chamber works hard to meet the needs of businesses impacted by COVID-19.

TalentBTV has announced its first talent development webinar series in partnership with Gallagher, Flynn & Company.  The first webinar addresses how job seekers can improve their chances of finding employment in a COVID-19 economy.  The second discusses how businesses can attract and retain top talent by leveraging their value proposition.

The first webinar, “How to Improve Your Chances of Finding a Job in a COVID-19 Economy,” will take place on Tuesday, December 1 from 5:00pm-6:30pm EST.  Participants will be joined by professionals from the HR Consulting team at Gallagher, Flynn & Company, one of Vermont’s most connected Executive and Professional Search Teams with a primary mission to connect top talent with Vermont businesses.  This webinar is free.  Register here.

The second webinar, “How to Leverage Your Business’ Value Proposition to Attract and Retain Top Talent,” will take place on Thursday, December 3 from 12:00pm-1:30pm EST.  Professionals from the HR Consulting team at Gallagher, Flynn & Company will walk businesses through the steps of creating a great Employee Value Proposition (EVP).  This webinar is free for LCC member employees.  Non-members may purchase entry for $20.  Register here.

“TalentBTV strengthens our talent development work and makes a more concerted effort to solve our community’s workforce challenges,” said Erin Bombard, Director of Business and Talent Development at the Lake Champlain Chamber.  “We are excited to bring these talent resources to our members and the broader business community.”

The Lake Champlain Chamber believes that together, we make Vermont work.  Their mission and programs are best summed up by five distinct points: seeking economic opportunity for all; celebrating business ownership and entrepreneurship; promoting a robust, diversified visitor economy; cultivating community leadership; and nurturing emerging talent.  For more information about the Lake Champlain Chamber, visit