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How’s business in the North Country?

NHBR asked several members of the North Country business community to give their take on some of the key issues facing the region as well as to offer their views on how the area’s economy is faring
October 18, 2013

New collaboration says ‘bienvenue’ to French-Canadian visitors, companies

N.H. business community, Plymouth State effort reaches out to Francophone tourists and businesses
October 18, 2013

New England businesses, law enforcement join forces to battle organized retail crime

‘80 percent of ORC is committed by 20 percent of offenders’
September 24, 2013

Thanks to turkey pot pies, N.H. company becomes national brand

How a turkey pot pie recipe gave Blake’s All Natural Foods of Concord an entry into the national marketplace
September 20, 2013

Study measures beer distributors’ impact on N.H. economy

Proportionately, New Hampshire is chugging more than its fair share of suds
August 29, 2013

Modest recovery seen in southern N.H. retail market

2.7% gain in retail space recorded; vacancy rate falls to 9.6%
August 26, 2013

Tourism in the Lakes Region: a roundtable

NHBR’s editors met recently at the Church Landing at Mill Falls at the Lake in Meredith with area businesspeople to discuss the region’s economic engine: the hospitality industry
August 23, 2013

What’s the economic impact of a mostly empty vacation home?

Many owners of opulent houses in the Lakes Region aren't exactly itching to rent them out
August 23, 2013

Small N.H. movie theaters turn to Kickstarter to ‘go digital’

The crowdfunding route is one that many New Hampshire theater owners are eyeing as they scramble to come up with the funds to buy digital projectors
August 23, 2013

Live free and...brand

Travel and tourism campaign slogan attracts not only tourists, but also businesses
August 9, 2013

Another N.H. restaurant achieves ‘local’ certification

12 restaurants have been recognized since the program began
August 7, 2013

Stop & Shop to close all six of its N.H. stores

Just a week after Shaw’s announced plans to close six of its New Hampshire stores, Stop & Shop has followed suit
August 6, 2013

N.H. employers get their foreign workers, and the workers get a raise

A dispute over the workers’ prevailing wage led to a court ruling in March that held up visa processing
June 18, 2013

Report: Boat industry helps N.H. economy stay afloat

An industry report says some $321 million was spent on boats in the Granite State, and that spending leaves about the same amount of indirect economic activity in its wake
June 17, 2013

Once downtrodden, Claremont is on the upswing

The revival has been slow and is by no means over, but it's definitely headed in the right direction
June 14, 2013
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