“Here, there are not that many businesses asking the state for help, and those who do, the state wants to help. I was very impressed by the amount of effort they put in and the resources they have.”
Born and raised in Barre, Vermont, Lisa Groeneveld followed a career path that took her to the Netherlands, where she met her husband, Roland, and ultimately back to Boston, where in 2003 the couple started a small computer technology company out of their apartment. As the business grew, they made the decision to move back to Vermont, taking advantage of its versatile workforce and can-do government support. By 2014, Logic Supply had blossomed into a $16 million-a-year corporation, with offices in Asia, Europe, and the U.S., about 50 employees, and some 50,000 worldwide customers.