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Manchester Young Professionals Network and the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce announce merger. Learn more here.

Business NH Magazine Editor Matt Mowry recently appeared on WMUR to talk about Perks that Work and NH's Best Companies to Work For. Click here to see the interview. 

Despite stress, 51 percent of U.S. workers say they are happier on the job during the holidays. Read more here.

Six finalists were selected to compete for $300,000 in the 2017 TechOut competition, put on by the NH High Tech Council. See the list of finalists here

Data shows NH's housing stock is inadequate to meet the needs of an expanding workforce. Find out more here.

Construction employment increased by 11,000 jobs in October to the highest level in nine years. Read more here.

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Preventing a Toxic Workplace

A toxic environment can be created by just one employee’s hostile, controlling or bullying behavior.

11 Ways to Hook Customers
by John Graham

What it takes to capture a customer's imagination and business.

Edelblut Seeks to Personalize Education

Aims to measure progress by mastery of subject rather than time spent in class.

SBA Administrator Visits NH
by Matthew J. Mowry

Linda McMahon reaches out to Granite State businesses.

Single Digits Acquires Airwave Networks

Adds150 to its workforce.

Monarch School Spreads its Wings

For more than 45 years, the Monarch School of New England has been helping students with autism.

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