“The keys to university-level business education are ‘innovation, impact and engagement, and I think we are doing well on all three,” says Deborah Merrill-Sands, dean of UNH’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics.
Dianne Carter, owner of New England Uncorked, has made it her mission to fight the stigma about the region’s wines.
‘I try to be very clear that we want to do what’s best for the whole industry,’ says Kate Epsen, director of the NH Clean Tech Council.
‘There has been a fundamental shift in the way that brands relate with their customers,’ says branding consultant and author Simon Mainwaring.
When it comes to meeting infrastructure needs, ‘many states have been struggling for too long due to budget limitations,’ says Victoria Sheehan, commissioner of the NH Department of Transportation.
More people are buying locally made products because they are looking for ‘authentic experiences,’ says Alice Pearce, executive director of NH Made, the organization that promotes and markets New Hampshire-made goods and services.
Radio is ‘for some people, companionship, and I think for a lot of charitable organizations, local radio has become a trusted partner. And for a lot of businesses, local radio has become a valued advertising resource,’ says Ray Garon, former longtime general manager of WZID and three other Manchester radio stations.
If it is allowed to continue, Medicaid expansion should be instrumental in reducing the number of opioid-related deaths in New Hampshire, says Michele Merritt, policy director for the organization New Futures.
An unexpected brush with national exposure on “Good Morning America” launched Christopher Guerrera of Auburn-based PACE into a career as an in-demand speaker and TV personality.
Howard Brodsky, shown here speaking in November at the 2015 Global Conference of the International Co-operative Alliance, says his Cooperatives for a Better World initiative is ‘a solution to inequality that is happening in the world.’