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October 2015

BNH ranks the top women-led businesses in NH and profiles five female business leaders. Purchase your copy or subscribe to BNH today.


Employment Leadership Awards
October 15, 2015
8:15 am - 11:45 am
Breakfast With The Best
November 11, 2015
7:30 am - 10:30 am
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Looking for the best places in NH to check out the colors of Autumn? This online tracker will show you which areas are at peak foliage this season.

40% of HR professionals are using assessment software to determine if job candidates are a good fit. Does it work and what are some of the challenges? Find out here.

Traffic is stressing out bike riders! See how Nashua is working to remedy the problem here.

In business, It’s love, not money, that makes the world go ‘round. Use these copywriting tips to help sell your products and services with love, not fear.

Are your employees inadvertently leaking private company information through social media? Here are some tips on reining them in to protect your business.

Want to learn about what it takes to be a Best Company to Work For? This year's winners are sharing their secrets! Find out how you can get the inside scoop by clicking here.

Strong Teams, Growing Companies

Vested for Growth Business Champion: Stoneface Brewing Co.

This Newington brewery crafts a loyal following. Read the story here.

Etsy Entrepreneur: Debra Scialla

Local silversmith, Lost Pond Studios, finds success on Etsy.

Record Year for Business Financing

NH Community Loan Fund gave $9 million in growth capital to Granite State businesses.

Community College Tuition Freeze Formalized

In-state tuition will remain at $200 per credit

Etsy Entrepreneur: Elizabeth Benotti

Local ceramics artist finds success on Etsy.

Foliage Tracker Helps Leaf Peepers Peep

Visitor spending expected to reach $1.3 billion this season.

What Employers Wish Staffing Firms Knew

Use of staffing firms is up but client satisfaction is down.

HR Professionals Seek Tech Edge for Hiring

Survey shows 40 percent are using software in hiring process.

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