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Mark Mortensen of Hampton, New Hampshire, studies the equivalent of a master’s degree worth of information each year in his research for the telecommu... Learn More
Just two years ago, Deb Shinnlinger was on track to open a coffee shop—a longtime dream of hers—in an entirely different town than the one she finds h... Learn More
The Center for Family Enterprise and CEO Excellence was started over 25 years ago as a way to create a place where family business owners and operator... Learn More
Vista Foods in Laconia, New Hampshire, has been a vital community member for more than a decade.  This past spring, store manager Bob Fitzpatrick and ... Learn More
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites can help sole proprietors by preparing a tax return, free tax filing is available through MyFreeTaxes and... Learn More
240 people. One room (and a lobby). Meeting for the same purpose. Getting business done. All in one day. Learn More
The Paul College Honors Consulting Project is designed to broaden perspectives and build bridges to the New Hampshire small business community. In par... Learn More
Four years ago, Vivian Cubilla-Lindblom knew little about running a business of her own, but decided, along with her husband, Guy, to follow her dream... Learn More
Customers have been finding Soake Pools the same way Karen and her husband did. Back in 2012, Karen and Brian had experienced a plunge pool at a hotel... Learn More
Thinking about installing and using a renewable energy source for your business? The State’s incentive programs have reopened! Learn More