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In this issue, BNH features the truth behind NH's export numbers. NH's top family-owned businesses, changes in drug laws and our special report on education, "Cap & Gown." Order your copy or subscribe to BNH today.


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September 29, 2014
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Labor Day weekend is forecast to be an exceptional weekend for NH tourism. Read how it compares to 2013 here.

At Surf’s Up in Nashua, Kainalu Nichols rides a wave on the way to winning two awards at the first indoor surfing in the U.S. Read the story here. Photo by Ron Todd.

Some jobs lend themselves to a compelling 30-second elevator speech and some just elicit odd looks. Read about Jennie DiBartolomeo's unusual occupation here.

When you produce 2,100 meals daily, there's bound to be some waste. Read about the strategy SNHU is using to reduce its food waste. Click here for the story.

Strong Teams, Growing Companies

Vested for Growth Business Champion: SilverTech

This company is neither a technology firm nor a marketing agency. It's both–and more. For the story, click here.

NHs Expanding Manufacturers

A look at six innovating NH manufacturers.

Labor Day Survey Shows Labor Harder to Find

Businesses attest to growing shortage.

Forecast Calls for a Busy Tourist Weekend in NH

560,000 visitors expected to spend $80 million this holiday weekend.

NHs New Drug-Free Workplace Law Looms
by Jason Gregoire and James Reidy

A mandatory written drug-free workplace policy.

Five Essential Building Blocks for a Thriving Work Culture

Start with the right people.

Seven Inspiring Quotes for Your Worst Business Days

Feeling down in the dumps? Take heart from these survivors.

The Crude Truth Behind NHs Export Growth
by Erika Cohen

“There are three kinds of lies: Lies, damned lies and statistics.”  – Mark Twain

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