Banking & Inflation Crisis
What happened in Silicon Valley, and should NH be worried?
Down to Business is a weekly NH Business Review podcast, which started in February 2020. Each week, Editor Jeff Feingold sits down with Associate Editor Amanda Andrews, Reporter Bob Sanders and local business professionals to talk about the latest business headlines and the news readers need to know about.
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What happened in Silicon Valley, and should NH be worried?
BIA, Sojourn Partners help build NH's future business leaders
PSU professors share economic trends and research from annual report
Mastering leadership challenges for small businesses with Jonathan Dapra
Family businesses learn more with the help of the CEO & Family Enterprise Center
The Brook charity casino offers more than just a fun experience
NH Tech Alliance spearheads new leadership program for tech professionals
Leveraging AI in the workplace ensures efficiency across industries
Christine Fletcher retires after 33 years as CEO, welcomes Shana Hoch to the team
Legislative service requests could have some impact on New Hampshire businesses if they pass
The state of New Hampshire's economy with industry expert Brian Gottlob
UNH's president shares recent happenings at the college and its initiatives across the state
Dr. Ashley Stevens offers insight into the impact tech transfers have on the economy and future innovations
PSU reps speak to the lab's learning opportunities that will prepare students for the workforce
Podcast helps answer popular questions around aging successfully
Epilepsy Foundation of New England advocates for people around the state through education
SC Digital out of Portsmouth helps clients reach their audiences one targeted ad at a time
Breathe NH's Allyssa Thompson gives listeners insight into lung health and how the nonprofit advocates and educates all age groups
Community development succeeds when residents can afford homes, child care or own their own business
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan shares his observations from meeting with business groups across the country
Portsmouth's BirdEase Systems helps plan, implement fundraising events for local and national nonprofits
Previously incarcerated women find stability at Dismas Home of NH
Pro bono manager at 603 Legal Aid gives us the breakdown on legal services for low-income residents
AARP NH state director addresses prescription prices, affordable housing and more
The CEDC helps businesses revitalize the region with pop-up shops and other initiatives
Two reps from Facebook/Meta highlight new educational tools in the social media platform
The president of Sanborn Diversity Training Solutions provides insight into creating a more inclusive workplace and the importance of implementing DEI initiatives
NH Electric Co-op brings high-speed internet to underserved areas in the state
Reporter Bob Sanders breaks down the new state paid medical leave plan for employees
Business partnerships help nonprofits like ARLNH to full their community-based mission
Jim Goldenberg of real estate firm Cathartes finds promise in developing towns like Portsmouth and Dover
First Gen Multimedia helps give small business owners and individuals a platform to share their stories
The SBA's New England Region administrator shares resources for small business owners to grow their business amid today's challenges
New law makes it easier for patients to find more affordable care
Nonprofit seeks to connect students to trade industries to fill urgent need for workers
Fabrizia Spirits' journey started with a simple compliment, and now celebrates 14 years in business
ReVision Energy's VP of business development shares insight into challenges companies face in the post-pandemic world
BIA's SVP discusses recent bills that address employers' challenges across the state
Senior policy analyst for NH Fiscal Policy Institute shares new data about housing cost burdens for renters and homeowners
Editor Jeff Feingold receives honorary doctorate from Granite State College, inspires next generation of workforce
Recent bankruptcy trends in New Hampshire and why certain towns have a higher filing rate than most
The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester's President & CEO Patricia Carty discusses the importance of mental health in 2022
The owner of Richardson Media Group shares the journey to becoming certified as a B Corp and the benefits to its employees and communities.
Bank of America's Genie Smith shares advice for first-time homebuyers looking to enter the housing market.
Jeff and Bob talk about the fate of key pieces of legislation that NH Business Review has been tracking this session
Brian Gottlob speaks on inflation's impact on New Hampshire's economy and how consumers are being affected
Michelle Veasey from NH Businesses for Social Responsibility explains how the divisive concepts bill may affect our future workforce
Jennifer Griffith from UNH discusses her research on the severance pay gaps that exist between men and women
Reporter Bob Sanders talks which businesses import and export to Russia or Ukraine and what that means for NH's economy, plus resilient business leaders in NH.
With a new investor entering the fold, the long-awaited Balsams redevelopment will be a new North Country getaway for Granite Staters, hopefully in late 2023, early 2024.
Amanda Andrews, NHBR's associate editor, sits down with Donna Morris, president of the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce, to discuss some of the workforce initiatives the chamber has created in Salem to bridge the skill gaps in various industries. From…
Nathan Fink, director of advancement for NH Children's Trust, speaks with NHBR about the organization's NH Family NOW podcast, which chronicles the ups and downs of parenting.
Reporter Bob Sanders speaks on the newest opportunities available that may help initiate production for renewable natural gases in New Hampshire, thanks to measures like Senate Bill 424.
Lisa Guertin, president of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in New Hampshire, talks about her 32 years with the company and the momentous changes she’s seen in the insurance and health care industries in that time.
NH Business Review editors Jeff Feingold and Amanda Andrews discuss Amanda's new story on the state's other housing crisis: a shortage of housing for people with disabilities.
A chat with Heather LaDue, executive director of professional programs and partnerships at Franklin Pierce University, who puts together partnerships with employers to meet their ever-changing needs.