Celebrating New Hampshire Manufacturing Week 2013
Why Manufacture in New Hampshire
New Hampshire has what you need!
Land: Sites to accommodate distribution facilities up to 1 million square feet, as well as office and manufacturing space in industrial parks.
Workforce: New Hampshire's workforce is exceptionally strong, ranking in the top 10, for its percentage of high tech workers per capita in the US; one of the lowest unemployment rates in New England. (Stay, Work & Play encourages graduates to remain in the state after graduation and become part of its skilled workforce.)
Education: Home to 26 colleges, including the University of New Hampshire and Dartmouth College.
Incentives: Workforce programs, including financial and other incentives such as Job Training Fund matching grants designed to enhance worker skills and help New Hampshire companies remain competive.
Business Friendly: Offers one of the lowest tax burdens in the country, with a low tax structure (no sales tax, use tax, broad-base income tax, capital gains tax or inventory tax and no higher assessment for commercial or industrial real estate); responsive state government.
New Hampshire offers many incentives to businesses that locate in the Granite State including:
- Business and technical assistance for manufacturers.
- 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.
Quality of life: New Hampshire always ranks as one of the healthiest and safest states in the nation because of its:
- low crime rate.
- high quality health care.
- excellent schools.
- affordable housing.
- open space.
- cultural opportunities.
For additional information about why New Hampshire is the right place for your manufacturing company, please contact:
- Michael Bergeron, or Cindy Harrington at (603) 271-2591 or 1-800-417-4110.
- Zenagui Brahmin of the New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NH MEP) at (603) 226-3200 or 1-800-MEP-4MFG.