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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).
Shank Joins BEA
The Department of Business and Economic Affairs announces the hiring of Heather Shank of Concord as senior planner with its Office of Planning and Development.
Grants Available for NH Rural Communities
The New Hampshire Department of Business and Economic Affairs has announced that the process to begin applying for funding through the state-federal Northern Border Regional Commission’s (NBRC) Catalyst grant program for economic and community development projects is now underway.
Webinars Explore Solutions to NH’s Housing Shortage
A 5-part webinar series launching Feb. 15 and running consecutive Thursdays through March 14 will examine the background and solutions to New Hampshire’s housing crisis.
Fold’d Community Diner - Coffee, Tea, and Empathy
Recovery friendly workplace dishes up breakfast, lunch, hope and opportunity in Somersworth, New Hampshire. 
Patterson, Long Join Broadband Team
The Department of Business and Economic Affairs announces the hiring of Bridget Patterson and Megan Long to its Office of Broadband Initiatives.
Murray Joins New Hampshire APEX
The Department of Business and Economic Affairs announces the hiring of Sarah Murray as its part-time procurement advisor for the New Hampshire APEX Accelerator.
Epstein Joins NH BEA
The Department of Business and Economic Affairs announces the hiring of Linda Epstein as an accountant in its administrative office.
Public Comment Open on Digital Equity Plan
The Department of Business and Economic Affairs (BEA) will accept public comment until Feb. 7 on its Digital Equity Plan, which identifies barriers to broadband access and adoption and strategies for overcoming those barriers.
BEA Welcomes Groth, Immel
The Department of Business and Economic Affairs (BEA) announces the hiring of two business resource specialists who will bring their extensive business and planning experience to communities and companies in two regions of the state.