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Thunberg Joins BEA’s Office of Planning and Development

Sarah Thunberg, of Manchester, joins the Department of Business and Economic Affairs as a principal planner in the Office of Planning and Development. Among her responsibilities include coordinating and implementing the state’s Floodplain Management Program.

NH Tourism Officials Projecting 4.8 Million Travelers to Visit This Summer
The Department of Business and Economic Affairs, Division of Travel and Tourism (DTTD) is anticipating an estimated 4.8 million people will visit New Hampshire this summer with spending by those visitors expected to reach $2.6 billion.
NH is the best location for biomanufacturing.
In remarks Thursday morning (May 9) at the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute (ARMI), Department of Business and Economic (BEA) Commissioner Taylor Caswell highlighted the growth of the ARMI biofabrication cluster and the opportunities arising from it.
Housing Champion Designation and Grant Program Public Hearing
The Department of Business and Economic Affairs (BEA) will be hosting two public hearings for administrative rulemaking purposes, one on the Housing Champion Designation and Grant Program and the other on the InvestNH Program.
Total Solar Eclipse Draws Huge Crowds to NH
The New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development (DTTD) is reporting a surge in visitation and economic activity surrounding this month’s Total Solar Eclipse.
Moynihan Joins BEA’s InvestNH Housing Program
Lee Ann Moynihan of Hooksett joins the Department of Business and Economic Affairs as a housing finance specialist for the InvestNH Housing program.

 
Carpenter joins BEA’s Business Office
Stephanie Carpenter of Allenstown joins the Department of Business and Economic Affairs as its new accountant in the business office.
Harnois Confirmed for Second Term as NH Tourism Director
Lori Harnois has been confirmed by the Governor and Executive Council for a second term as the director of the Division of Travel and Tourism Development (DTTD) at the Department of Business and Economic Affairs (BEA).
Cargo ship leaving Portsmouth Harbor
Exports Top $7.6 billion in 2023
New Hampshire Exports Surpass Record Value for Third Consecutive Year
 
Funding for NH Paper, Pulp Industry
Applications are now available for the $1.5 million Paper and Pulp Manufacturing Industry Stabilization (PPM) Program administered by the state’s Department of Business and Economic Affairs (BEA).