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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.

Event date: November 1 in Manchester.

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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

SBA reports lending increase in New Hampshire

635 loans totaling $124 million recorded in FY 2017

CONECT event to spotlight Canada-New England trade

On the agenda: Cross-border relationships, regulations, NAFTA

2017 Social Venture Challenge seeks competitors

Annual UNH event celebrates entrepreneurial solutions to societal problems

NH clean tech ‘confusion’ debated at Energy Summit

Conflicting legislative initiatives faulted by industry


NH Business Review Poll

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Business Advice

5 steps to take before retiring from your business

Buying or selling a NH hospitality business

In reality, selling a ‘going concern’ hospitality business can be difficult

Who doesn’t want success?

Bull markets and the wealth effect can create opportunities for making very bad decisions


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Why leadership counts

A comparison of the styles of the president and NH’s governor

Let’s drop the work-life balance fallacy

Truths and tales about electricity

When lawmakers ask, ‘How dire is NH’s energy situation?’ the answer can be bewildering


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Q&A with State Librarian Michael York

‘Librarians see the potential libraries have to change things, but the political world moves very slowly, and it’s affected by so many things,’ says Michael York, New Hampshire’s state librarian.

Q&A with BEA Commissioner Taylor Caswell

‘Small government helps find solutions, and we really need to get back to that approach,’ says Taylor Caswell, commissioner of the recently created Department of Business and Economic Affairs.


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