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Financial Gain: The NH Finance Fair is a Great Investment of Your Time

Spring in New Hampshire: The ice is out of Lake Winnipesaukee, the snow is mostly gone (there’s still some on the higher peaks) and wildlife is on the move. New beginnings and all that – just check out the spring foliage.

NH Finance Fair ExhibitorsJust as the landscape is greening up and growing, so is the economy and so should your business. The last few years were tough, but now is good time to let the belt out a notch or two. It’s time to plan for expansion, growth and more green collecting on your bottom line.

With this in mind, we cordially invite you to attend the New Hampshire Finance Fair on May 28 at Southern New Hampshire University. We (nhEconomy.com, the Small Business Administration and the New Hampshire Bankers Association) have put together a roomful of resources to help you grow your business, including dozens of banks and credit unions from around the state, financial services providers and professional to answer your legal questions.

All of this is free, by the way.

We have a full complement of participants and you will get to meet with them face-to-face and one-on-one. All in one place, in one afternoon. We’ll also have two seminars: Creative Financing with Laurel Bistany, executive director of the Regional Economic Development Center of Southern New Hampshire and John Hamilton of Vested for Growth in Concord and Swimming with the Sharks (or how to impress lenders), featuring Hollis McGuire of the Small Business Development Center and Phil Ferneau of Borealis Ventures in Hanover.

New Hampshire businesses are poised for growth and the Finance Fair is a one-stop place to find the resources you need for your business to take off.

Did we mention this event is free? We just need to know who is coming. Take a moment and take care of that here.

We hope you can join us.

Lorna Colquhoun

Communications Director

NH Division of Economic Development



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