The RAS-Tech company employees 10 people at its Brentwood, New Hampshire factory, where its founder, Tom Zickell, chose to locate what was a one-of-kind business at the time in 2007. The company takes used asphalt and keeps it out of landfills by turning it into materials to be used in manufacturing and other products. Some 10 million tons of non-biodegradable asphalt roofing ends up in landfills, something Zickell recognized as a serious environmental issue. Through his company's five...Read More
When the family owners of Studley Flower Gardens of Rochester, New Hampshire started to feel the impact of the arrival of some area “big box” retailers in 2010, the company sought help from the business advisors of the New Hampshire Small Business Development Center. Together, the Meulenbroeks of Studley Flower Gardens and NH SBDC Seacoast Regional Manager Warren Daniel worked on budgeting processes, setting goals for cost sales, developing a capital improvement budget, and creating a bonus...Read More
The Small Business Administration has recognized Turbocam International in Barrington as the New Hampshire Small Business Exporter of the Year.
Of the $68 million that Turbocam brought in last year, 70 percent came directly or indirectly through exporting. Indirect exporting occurs when the company sells components to another company to build items, which then get exported.Read More
Van Berkum Nursery grows over 800 varieties of perennials: natives, shade plants, plants for groundcover and meadows, as well as hard-to-find varieties.
The Van Berkums write:
"We are located in a park-like setting in Deerfield and sell to garden centers and landscapers throughout New England. We have worked very hard over the years to maintain the family feel of the nursery, and pride ourselves on our many long term employees.Read More