N.H. Tech Council joins forces with North Shore group

The New Hampshire High Tech Council has entered into a partnership with a technology trade association in Massachusetts — an alliance aimed at enhancing the member benefits offered by each organization. The High Tech Council is joining forces with the North Shore Technology Council, a nonprofit and volunteer-led tech trade association that promotes the advancement of technology industries in the northeastern part of the Bay State.There will be several benefits to the partnership, officials said, including cross-promotional support of events and programs, collaboration on shared interests including public policy and tech-related initiatives and discounted attendance rates to programs and events for members of the other organization.Founded in 1983, the High Tech Council provides programs encouraging innovative research and tech-based industrial development in the Granite State.”Economic development initiatives thrive on expansive networks,” said Tom Daly, board chair of the council. “This new collaboration brings more power to each organization’s public policy positions and our business attraction and retention efforts.””We all hear about the global economy, but the reality is a lot of business can be done with your neighbors,” said John Colucci, president of the North Shore organization. “Developing new relationships with like-minded businesses in New Hampshire is a great way to help tech companies throughout this entire region find experienced staff and grow their businesses.” — KATHLEEN CALLAHAN/NEW HAMPSHIRE BUSINESS REVIEW

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