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Upcoming events

Winning Workforce Strategies

Learn how businesses are utilizing training programs along with state and federal grants to attract the talent they need to keep their business operating at its fullest potential. 

Event date: May 10 in Manchester

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Top Stories

New Hampshire awarded $8 million for infrastructure repair

Federal grants to help repair roads, facilities damaged by 2017 flooding

NH real estate industry urges creation of housing appeals board

House panel hears the case to streamline development process

NH House reiterates call to cut R&D tax credit cap

After passing a bill to decrease cap in February, lawmakers do it again on April 12

NH High Tech Council’s Keene event will focus on life sciences, workforce

May 15 event will include an introduction to NH-INBRE, local companies and tours of Keene State College laboratory spaces


NH Business Review Poll

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Business Advice

Impeachment a tale of eroding checks, balances

Employment and state pregnancy leave requirements

What New Hampshire law says about providing leave to employees

How to recruit new salespeople

Slowing down the hiring process can be a good thing


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Biomass plant subsidies belie the free market

Why are NH ratepayers padding the profits of foreign-owned businesses?

Environmental activists ignore energy realities

And they are jeopardizing the region’s economic vitality

A different view of Trump

A trip to Florida reveals contrasting attitudes toward the president


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Q&A with Center for Women & Enterprise Director Nancy Pearson

‘Women entrepreneurs face structural, financial and cultural barriers that are often invisible but can adversely impact revenue numbers and job creation,’ says Nancy Pearson, director of the Center for Women & Enterprise.

Q&A with NH Parks and Recreation Director Phil Bryce

Phil Bryce, who oversees the state’s self-funded parks system, says it contributes $500 million to the economy, making it one of the top tourism businesses in the state.


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