List of Business Incubators
Incubators in NH that help startups and entrepreneurs to develop their businesses
Creative Chef Kitchens
35 Manchester Road, Unit 9, Derry, NH 03038
Founder: Neelima Gogumalla
An incubator aimed at helping small New Hampshire food businesses grow their operations and
get products into stores without having to invest in expensive infrastructure. In addition to commercial
kitchen equipment and teaching space, Creative Chef Kitchens provides assistance with sourcing,
marketing and distribution.
Dartmouth Regional Technology Center
16 Cavendish Court
Lebanon, NH 03766
Facilities Manager: Taylor Piffath
DRTC is a nonprofit economic development incubator near Dartmouth College and Dartmouth-
Hitchcock Medical Center that leases 60,000 square feet of laboratories and office space to
growing businesses. DRTC offers flexible terms in its leases (no letter of credit, no security deposit,
90-day notice) and access to shared resources such as entrepreneurship programming, economic development programs, break rooms, conference rooms, internet access, lab appliances and phone service. The facility is typically 85-90% occupied with 15-20 active ventures.
The Enterprise Center
1 Bridge Street, Plymouth, NH 03264
CEO: Anne Duncan Cooley
Operated by the Grafton Regional Development Corporation, the Enterprise Center is a
10,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art incubator that offers a local platform of resources from which to
explore the feasibility of a new business concept, or if you’re already in business, expand and accelerate
your growth. Offering the latest technology, the Enterprise Center features flexible office and coworking
space, common use conference rooms and an address in the heart of New Hampshire.
17 Messer Street, Laconia, NH 03246
Local makers can rent space at the specialty food production facility, gaining access to semi-automatic
equipment designed to increase productivity and efficiency. Genuine Local also offers business development services focused on label layout, nutrition panels, recipe scaling, pricing tier development,
licensing and product approval assistance.
Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship
25 Roxbury Street, Keene, NH 03431
Executive Director: Mary Ann Kristiansen
Located in downtown Keene, the Hannah Grimes Center offers a 22-office business incubator, four
conference rooms for off-site meetings, The Hive coworking space, Startup Lab, BioNest biotech
incubator, free one-on-one coaching with over 20 coaches, the PitchFork pitch competition, a two-day
annual fall Radically Rural Summit and access to its 300-member local products Hannah Grimes
Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship at Dartmouth
4 Currier Place, Suite 107, Hanover, NH 03755
Director: Jamie Coughlin
The mission of the Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship is to serve and inform Dartmouth students,
faculty and alumni along the path from entrepreneurial thinking to entrepreneurial enterprise. The
Magnuson Center provides co-curricular education and experiences, funding opportunities and connection to our world-class alumni network via four distinct mission areas: (1) experiential learning for students; (2) startup support for faculty and students; (3) on- and off-campus alumni engagement;
and (4) community development throughout the regional ecosystem.
MWVEC Technology Village Business Resource Center
53 Technology Lane, Suite 100, Conway, NH 03818
Executive Director: Jac Cuddy
Owned and operated by the Mt. Washington Valley Economic Council, the Business Resource Center
provides business counseling (provided by MWVEC, SCORE, RDA, SBDC); training and education programs; financing opportunities; library and internet access; and international teleconferencing access in a 10,500-square-foot office space.
Nashua Innovation Center
The Nashua Innovation Center is a virtual incubator that fosters learning between mentors, advisors,
investors and fellow entrepreneurs and supports startups seeking to grow scalable businesses that
advance innovation. The center provides support to the entire Nashua startup community, whether
renting space on their own, working out of their homes or working at the public library or the local
coffee shop. Working with various co-working spaces in Nashua, they offer educational and
networking opportunities for members, including short lunchtime programs and half-day workshops.
Source: NHBR Research