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.
Simply put, we help women start and grow their business. Our mission is to provide opportunities for women entrepreneurs and women in business to increase professional success, personal growth, and financial Independence.Read More
Great communities in New Hampshire have a few things in common; at the top of this list is having accessibility to high quality foods, fresh produce, meats and groceries. As an industry, grocery stores operate on tight profit margins. With the help of the NH Grocers Association, the Small Business Development Center Business Sustainability Program has delivered the Grocery Stewardship Certification Program to 14 NH grocers across the state.Read More
The Paul College Honors Consulting Project is designed to broaden perspectives and build bridges to the New Hampshire small business community. In partnership with the NH SBDC, over the course of a semester, Paul College Honors students engage with NH businesses to solve unique, real world problems.Read More
After a national search New Hampshire long-time resident and University of New Hampshire alumna Elizabeth Gray was selected to lead the Small Business Development Center as state director, effective July 16, 2018. Read More
Governor Chris Sununu has proclaimed March 21, 2018 as SBDC Day in New Hampshire. SBDC Day is a national movement to help share collectively the small business success stories and notable impact SBDCs have fostered in communities nationwide. Read More