The average commercial building wastes 30 percent of the energy it consumes. Most of that energy consumption comes from lighting, followed by cooling, then computers. Today, thanks to the new NH Small Business Development Center and Eversource partnership, small and mid-size businesses across the state have enhanced access to energy efficiency resources, technical assistance, and energy expertise. Read More
Mark toussaint has helped businesses improve their efficiency throughout NH for 20 years, the last twelve as an Eversource Energy Efficiency Consultant. The NH SBDC works closely with energy consultants like Mark, to ensure that NH businesses have all the resources they need to consider, assess and implement their efficiency projects. Read More
In 2017, Daryl Dawson purchased a Lakes Region landmark, the Kellerhaus, in Laconia. Daryl decided that pursuing energy efficiency was a great way to bring the Kellerhaus up-to-date and improve his bottom line, so he reached out to Andrea O'Brien, director of NH SBDC's Business Sustainability Program, for help.Read More
Is your business ready to do business with the government? Are you already doing government contracting, and could use some expert assistance with some red tape? Dave Pease from NH Procurement Technical Assistance Center (NH PTAC) answers a few questions about NH PTAC, how it can help NH businesses, about the NH Matchmaker and about our partnership. Read More
Did you know that the NHCLF provides flexible capital and customized technical assistance for NH businesses? Liz Short, Director, Business Finance, NH Community Loan Fund, answers questions about NHCLF and its programs for business owners in NH.Read More
Shortly after starting a conversation with Peter Doten, you’re quite likely to be lost in a forest of acronyms that you may or may not be able to see your way through. That doesn’t matter. Peter knows what he’s talking about and is growing his software development and consulting firm in Nashua, New Hampshire.
“I’m a small business. Hackers won’t target me.” Many small businesses may think they are immune from cyber attacks and data breaches because the payoff for criminals isn’t lucrative enough. On the contrary, small businesses should be more concerned than big businesses when it comes to cyber risks.Read More