Bytes.co is now an approved Vendor the the Restart Vermont Technical Assistance Program (ReVTA). This initiative gives us the opportunity to help small businesses recover from the financial fallout of the pandemic by improving and updating their websites, the most integral part of a business these days. We’re excited to help our fellow Vermont businesses find new opportunities during these uncertain times.
Here’s What Your Need to Know:
Q: How do I sign up my business to receive technical assistance?
A: By filling out this form, you are stating that your business has been negatively impacted by COVID-19 and would like to receive support from an approved technical assistance vendor (like Bytes.co).
Q: What is the maximum amount of work Bytes.co can provide me?
A: Bytes.co service fees are typically priced at $129/hour, however, we will be offering a 10% discount rate to those who have qualified for the ReVTA Program. This program allows up to $4,000 in assistance = 34 hours of Bytes.co technical assistance.
Q: What services can Bytes.co provide my business?
A: We can provide your business with website updates, web upgrades, technical support assistance, and Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
Q: How long will you be accepting new work for ReVTA approved businesses?
A: According to the ReVTA program, all work must be completed by December 4th. In order to give our team sufficient time to work on your website, Bytes.co will stop accepting new ReVTA projects after November 20th.
Q: What does Bytes.co specialize in?
A: We are experts in WordPress, WooCommerce, Shopify, Magento, and SEO.
Q: Is there anything else I should know before signing up for the ReVTA Program?
A: All the information you need to know about the ReVTA Program can be found here.
We would like to thank Vermont’s Governor, Phil Scott, and the Agency of Commerce and Community Development for allocating $1.4 million of the $2.5 million allocated to the CARES act to ReVTA. Throughout this pandemic, the Vermont State Government has proven they deeply care about both the physical and financial well-being of the people of Vermont. Through business assistance programs such as ReVTA, we have the ability to work together to safely restart our economy.