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Upcoming events & Awards

Business Excellence Awards

These annual awards recognize the imagination, industriousness, innovation and achievements of business owners and operators in New Hampshire.

Meet the 2017 award winners >


Winning Workforce Strategies

Moving beyond place-based strategies to the workforce dilemma, employers are taking steps towards a more holistic approach to finding new ways to attract employees.

Event date: November 9 in Bedford.

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Top Stories

Concord biotech firm takes home record $200k top TechOut prize

Kantum Diagnostics places first, Datanomix wins $100k second prize

UNH alumna to receive ‘17 Social Innovator of Year honor

Clara Miller to be honored at annual event in Durham

New housing report points to inadequate supply

NH Housing says addressing need is ‘essential’

Study: Rural areas in affordable housing crunch

UNH research finds units tough to come by in communities

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Business Advice

Parking and office tenants

It remains a big concern and cost, especially when space is limited

Preparing for an emergency

Is your company equipped to respond to a medical incident?

Cashing in on hurricanes

Helping customers has a much better future than taking advantage of them

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Opinion

Doing a deal in D.C.

If one man can come up with a proposal, why can’t Congress?

Better oral health = better overall health

Dental hygienists play a key role in health care

Bring checks and balances to the SEC

Lawmakers should have oversight of Site Evaluation Committee rulings

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People

Q&A with State Sen. David Watters

State Sen. David Watters, D-Dover: ‘I have found in New Hampshire that businesses and industries and their lobbyists in Concord want to find ways to work together.’

Q&A with New England College President Michele Perkins

‘My advice has always been, “study what you love,” because if you love it you’ll be happy, you’ll be good at it and you’ll find your way,’ says Michele Perkins, president of New England College since 2007.

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