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Gamma Medica relocated to Salem and hosted Gov. Maggie Hassan, Department of Resources and Economic Development Commissioner Jeffrey Rose and other dignitaries at its grand opening in October 2013.

Why Expand to New Hampshire?



Has Low taxes and low occupancy costs and

Available and skilled labor.

  • Available and competitive buildings and land sites.
  • Access to interstate highways and national/international airports.
  • Business-friendly state government.

See how Massachusetts and New Hampshire compare:
download the comparison chart


The Most Livable State in the U.S. (CQ Press), New Hampshire always ranks as one of the healthiest and safest states in the nation. New Hampshire offers exceptional quality of life:

  • low crime rate
  • high quality health care
  • excellent schools
  • affordable housing
  • open space
  • cultural opportunities

New Hampshire offers incentives to businesses that locate in the Granite State including:

  • Business and technical assistance for manufacturers;
  • Grant assistance in recruiting and training new employees and incumbent workers;
  • Subsidized technical assistance from the University of New Hampshire and Dartmouth College;
  • Technical assistance to New Hampshire companies interested in procuring federal and state contracts;
  • Permit assistance;
  • Customized reports and personal tours on available industrial and office real estate;
  • Prompt and professional follow-through on any question related to state government.

For additional information about why New Hampshire is the right place for your company, please contact: Michael Bergeron or Cindy Harrington of the Division of Economic Development at (603) 271-2591 or 1-800-417-4110.

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