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As a pilot for more than 30 years, Steve Cunningham knows all too well what it feels like to be a mile high and cruising blissfully among the clouds. ... Learn More
Since early spring, many parts of our lives changed dramatically “in the middle of a pandemic,” but for most of us, starting a major business was not ... Learn More
Over $80K of booked work was wiped from my business in the months of March, April, and May. At the time of the shutdown, 95 percent of our programs we... Learn More
Rose Padfield was never thinking about turning off the lights on her business even during the challenging times the COVID-19 pandemic brought to small... Learn More
Were we an essential business?  Were our customers (garden centers and landscapers throughout Northern New England) essential?  Fifty percent of our s... Learn More
Employee Stock Ownership Plans, known as ESOPs, is a business development strategy which elevates vested employees to employee owners. Employees of ES... Learn More
For a catering business, things were pretty grim in April.  Nobody needs a caterer unless there’s a gathering. Executive Chef Jay Curcio and his wife,... Learn More
We are thrilled to announce our summer 2020 Social Innovation Intern, Jordyn Kafka! Jordyn is a master’s student at the University of New Hampshire’s ... Learn More
Did you know that small- and medium-size businesses consumed about 20 percent of the country’s energy in 2019? If you're a business owner, energy e... Learn More
Clean Energy NH promotes clean energy and technologies through education and advocacy for a stronger economic future. Michael Berhmann, Director of B... Learn More