New Hampshire is a quiet, beautiful place, covered by lakes, trees, granite hills, and LIVE FREE OR DIE license plates. But behind each shady grove and just past one of the many lakes lies a network of small businesses that include sophisticated light manufacturers and healthcare companies that power New Hampshire’s economy.
In my 2012 keynote and executive briefing, we covered what the crisis of 2008 really meant for smaller economies (and why it wasn’t really over.) We also explored what economic development would look like after the era of simply trying to attract a big “employer” to the region, a technique that has become all but useless.
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