Economic Recovery & Expansion Strategy
The Economic Recovery and Expansion Strategy (ERES) is the framework for long-term economic development success, created as part of New Hampshire’s plan to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.
This plan guides the state’s economic development community in creating ecosystems and alignment to keep New Hampshire economically sound and internationally competitive. By taking an intentional approach to fostering innovation and collaboration, partners throughout the state have the opportunity to share expertise and resources through networks advancing economic development priorities.
For the critical issues New Hampshire must address – workforce, entrepreneurship, housing, childcare, and more – the ERES strategy
builds and strengthens a resilient economy.
ERES Frequently Asked Questions
Collaborative Economic Development Regions (CEDR) Grant Program