New NH SBDC manager named in Keene

DuBosque’s goal: ‘support a sustainable economy in the region’

The NH Small Business Development Center has named Nancy DuBosque to suceed Rich Grogan as its Keene regional manager.

NH SBDC, an outreach program of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire, provides free advisory and educational programs to New Hampshire’s small businesses in regions throughout the state.

DuBosque, a former executive director of the NH Rural Development Council, also developed and managed the Venture Center Small Business Incubator in Greenfield, Mass., where she coordinated community business loan programs as well as entrepreneurship and job development training initiatives.

She said she hopes to use her experience in these fields to help her as Keene regional manager, bringing “new perspectives and approaches to what is already an exemplary program of service to the community.”

Her ultimate goal in her new job, she told NHBR, is to “support a sustainable economy in the region through the creation of skilled and livable wage jobs, increases in existing business revenue, and successful business startups and growth.”

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