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October 2014

In this issue, BNH features the Top Women-Led Companies. Meet five intriguing women on the list and much more. Order your copy or begin your subscription with a future issue of  BNH today.

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UNH Student Alex Freid saw an opportunity to save students and the university thousands of dollars, while also helping the environment. Learn more about his business here.

New Citizens Financial survey shows 75 percent of college grads wish they could have financed college differently. Read more here.

Less than a year after the Affordable Care Act exchanges opened, NH's health insurance exchange undergoing growth and change. Learn more here.

Many 2014 college grads are finding work but it's work outside their area of expertise or work that doesn't require a degree at all. Check out this article.

UNH Scientists Share in $10 Million USDA Research Grant. Building a better strawberry is one of the goals. Read the story here.

From microbrews to wineries, booze is a booming sector for NH's economy. Bottoms up and read on!

Strong Teams, Growing Companies

Vested for Growth Business Champion: Image 4

This contractor in the exhibit industry transforms their clients' business environments into pictures of success. Read more.

BNH Seeks the Business Leader and Businesses of the Year

Is your business a leader in your industry?

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Keeping Businesses Connected: MTS Services
by ERIKA COHEN

Competing as a woman in a man’s world means bringing more to the table.

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Did You Know?

70 percent of millennials do this.

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A Company to Watch (Again): MaineLine Graphics
by ERIKA COHEN

They have transformed the mom and pop operation into a thriving enterprise.

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Did You Know?

2,373... mmmm?

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This Year’s Most Unbelievable Excuses for Calling in Sick

CareerBuilder reports 1 in 4 employers have caught workers faking sick through social media.

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Turning Dorm Room Trash into Treasure
by KAYCEE GNATOWSKI

Opportunity to save students and the university thousands of dollars.

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