One area where DIY may not be appropriate in a business is in the development of graphic design, which largely impacts the brand of the business. The saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” tells us why graphics associated with your business speak volumes about you and your business and are essential to building a brand that is vital to your business success. Read More
Allison’s solo therapy practice thrived for three years until she began noticing how many times she had to turn people away. Would it make sense for her to expand? She turned to NH SBDC for help.Read More
At the rate he’s going, Quinn Worden may become the Bill Gates of his industry by the time he’s 30 years old. Recently awarded the Small Business Administration’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year for New Hampshire and New England, that's not outside of the realm of possibility.Read More
Alix Marcoux-DiLorenzo knew that she was providing a valuable service to pet owners in the Gilford area, but she really didn’t know what her company’s value was until she had a few meetings with an NH SBDC business advisor.Read More
T Antonio of Rochester, NH needed a little something to up his game on the video games he loves to play, so he invented it. It worked out so well that his next invention was his own company, set up to sell his device to the rest of the gaming world. And that world is huge.Read More
When psychotherapist Keri Fernald first sought help from the business advisors of New Hampshire Small Business Development Center, all she had to do was walk down the hall. She shares the same office building as the NH SBDC Seacoast Region office, and Regional Director Warren Daniel.
“He really helped me manage the business financially and to understand my cash flow,” Keri said. As a licensed psychotherapist, Keri says she discovered early on the many challenges of being a trained health...Read More
Sara Laroux hoped to run her own veterinary clinic one day. In 2014 her dream became a reality when she took over the Tilton Veterinary Hospital. Financing such an endeavor took some creativity, Sara said, and a lot of players.Read More
Some potential small business owners come to NH SBDC with one business idea and it can be a pretty fuzzy one at that. With Marty Parichand, however, the advisor’s challenge was a little different. This client had an abundance of ideas combined with an abundance of energy, and the background and skills to back up his ambitious plans.
When Lynne Gruskowski and Andy Calnan of Massachusetts began looking for a B&B to run in Vermont, their journey eventually led them across a different border, to New Hampshire’s White Mountains, and to Stewart Gates, an NH SBDC business advisor, whom they now call “our main man.”