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Q&A with former Nashville Mayor Karl Dean

‘Diverse cities work best,’ he says
September 8, 2016

Q&A with Meteorologist Rob Carolan

Meteorologist Rob Carolan’s Nashua-based Hometown Forecast Services doesn’t only serve its 60 radio clients but several in the private sector as well.
September 1, 2016

Q&A with BIA Chair Val Zanchuk

"Whether you’re in manufacturing or hospitality, it’s hard to find people with the skills you need," says Val Zanchuk, president of Graphicast in Jaffrey and a leading advocate for workforce development in New Hampshire.
August 18, 2016

Poison Ivy remover Helaine Hughes

For 13 years, Helaine Hughes of Greenfield has operated Poison Ivy Removal Company, one of the few businesses of its kind in the country.
August 4, 2016

Q&A with ValChoice founder Dan Karr

‘‘Whenever you’re doing something that’s never been done before, it’s not easy,’ says Dan Karr founder of ValChoice, the first online platform that enables consumers to find out which auto insurance companies offer the best value.
July 20, 2016

NH Banking Commissioner Jerry Little

‘We have an ongoing level of consolidation within the financial services industry that has been a concern to me for some time,’ says Jerry Little, the state’s new banking commissioner.
July 8, 2016

Q&A with PUC Consumer Advocate Donald Kreis

‘The most emphatic position that I’ve taken since becoming consumer advocate is staunch opposition to the idea of forcing electric consumers to double down on natural gas for paying for 20 years of firm pipeline capacity,’ says Public Utilities Commission Consumer Advocate Donald Kreis.
June 24, 2016

Q&A with mental health advocate Barbara Van Dahlen

Barbara Van Dahlen, center, founder of the Campaign to Change Direction, with Peter Evers, left, of Concord-based Riverbend Community Health, and former NH Supreme Court Chief Justice John Broderick, co-chair of the statewide effort to teach people to be aware of the five signs of emotional suffering.
June 10, 2016

Q&A with Paul College Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands

“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.
May 27, 2016

Q&A with regional wine broker Dianne Carter

Dianne Carter, owner of New England Uncorked, has made it her mission to fight the stigma about the region’s wines.
May 12, 2016

Q&A with NH Clean Tech Council Director Kate Epsen

‘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.
April 29, 2016

Q&A with branding expert Simon Mainwaring

‘There has been a fundamental shift in the way that brands relate with their customers,’ says branding consultant and author Simon Mainwaring.
April 15, 2016

Q&A with NHDOT Commissioner Victoria Sheehan

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.
April 1, 2016

Q&A with NH Made Executive Director Alice Pearce

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.
March 18, 2016

Q&A with retired radio exec Ray Garon

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.
March 4, 2016
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