NH SBDC & Chambers of Commerce Collaborative


The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted a statewide need for assistance to small businesses.  NH SBDC sees now as the perfect time to renew its dedication to working with New Hampshire’s Chambers to bring resiliency planning, education, and individualized advising to companies in the Granite State.

NH SBDC’s goal is to assist more small businesses statewide. Chambers of Commerce are often in search of collaborative projects and ideas to benefit their membership and the communities they serve. Dovetailing well, NH SBDC can help provide Chambers with increased value for their members, thus strengthening their organizations, and Chambers can share SBDC’s educational resources and recommend its no-cost expert business advising services to their members.

NH SBDC Chambers of Commerce Partnership Report

“NH SBDC has had relationships with Chambers in New Hampshire for many years and we felt it was crucial at this point in time to gain additional information and insight so we can strengthen existing relationships and build new relationships with New Hampshire’s Chambers of Commerce.”

Liz Gray, NH SBDC State Director


“As an organization focused on professional development and collaboration for Chamber Executives, NHACCE is pleased to partner with NH SBDC to build an even stronger relationship between our organizations. Together we will enhance the skills and abilities of our Chamber Executive Members and provide them with knowledge and information they need to bring the programs and services of NH SBDC to their members.”

Wendy Hunt, Chair, New Hampshire Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (NHACCE)

NH SBDC Upcoming Events

NH SBDC Recovery & Resiliency Webinars Available to Chambers

NH SBDC Chamber Resources Toolkit



Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement  with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and through assistance provided by the State of New Hampshire. The NH SBDC is an outreach program of the UNH Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics in conjunction with SBA, the State of NH (BEA), the University of NH,  and the private sector. This programming was made possible due to CARES Act funding.