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The U.S. Small Business Administration launches its executive entrepreneurship education series in NH. Learn more about the program here.

College graduates are viewing job prospect opportunities in NH more favorably, yet the state still suffers from a widening talent gap. Read more.


In this month's CEO on the Go feature, Medtronic's VP discusses her life-changing diagnosis and how the company's devices aided in her recovery. Read more here.

A passion for tea lead this entrepreneur to open White Heron Tea & Coffee in Portsmouth. Read his story here.

New leadership and programs at Frisbie Memorial gives the hospital a shot of energy. Click here to learn more.

Cranmore Mountain Resort in North Conway will soon be growing. A $50 million investment plan includes six new buildings and residential condominiums. Learn more here.

Strong Teams, Growing Companies

Vested for Growth Business Champion: GourmetGiftBaskets.com

Adaptation and customer service drive this gift-basket company's growth. Read the story here.

Lasers in the Woods Help UNH Researchers

Laser imaging could help landowners and foresters.

NH School of Applied Learning Taps into Creativity With Maker Spaces

Middle school focuses on self-directed, hands on learning for students.

SBA's Emerging Leaders Program Launches in NH

Seven-month executive entrepreneurship education series makes its debut in the Granite State.

Last Chance for Tax Amnesty in NH

Feb. 15 deadline to pay outstanding taxes without penalty.

Tepid GDP Growth a Sign Construction Spending May Sputter

Decline in construcution spending, though, is unlikely.

NH Makes Progress on Retaining Young People

New survey shows improvement in how college grads view job opportunities in NH.

Silent Disco Lets Party Guests Choose Their Music

Manchester company, Party Headphones, turns up the volume on silent discos

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