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NewPower CEO Carleton Dufoe named NH Tech Alliance Entrepreneur of the Year

Carleton Dufoe, Founder and CEO of New Power, has been named recipient of the 2023 Entrepreneur of the Year Award by NH Tech Alliance. The award will be presented in person at the annual Innovation Summit taking place on October 17th at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. 

Get Tech Smart: Boosting Your Website Traffic

In this episode of Get Tech Smart, Flo Nicolas is joined by Logan Ares Snyder, the Owner & Lead Strategist of hasOptimization, to dive deep into the art of driving website traffic. They discuss website analytics, shedding light on essential tools such as Google Analytics and Facebook Analytics, and highlighting the key differences between these analytics platforms.

NH: A State of Manufacturing

Industry leaders are hopeful manufacturing will grow again, with many pointing to the infusion of $44 million in a federal grant that will be used to expand a biofabrication cluster in Manchester’s Millyard, which is expected to create thousands more manufacturing jobs and make NH the global epicenter of biofabrication.

Is NH ‘immune’ from tech layoffs?

Over 50 tech companies have laid off thousands of workers in the Boston area as part of a nationwide wave of staff reductions in the industry — but it hasn’t seemed to have reached New Hampshire.

USDA loan to fund Stonyfield Farm solar power

Stonyfield Farm is among businesses in Maine and New Hampshire that will benefit in $15.2 million in renewable energy loans to Aligned Solar Partners from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Electric Infrastructure Loan program.

Claudia Tobon

‘Launch Now’ platform helps students explore career options

Claudia Tobon, founder and CEO of Launch Now (launchnow.org) is on a mission to help students connect with the right careers earlier. She says high school counselors may call an employer to inquire about offering a student an experience, such as job shadowing or an internship, which can involve several emails and phone messages, only to find it is not a good fit. 

Intriguing woman-led business: Kimball Physics

Abigail LePage joined the company 24 years ago as a technician in the vacuum laboratory testing products. She rose through the ranks to become manager, general manager, COO and was named CEO three years ago. She continues the mission of the founder: “To advance humankind by doing good physics—specifically electron optics and vacuum physics —and all the while growing, being good citizens, making a living and having fun.”