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Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire
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New Hampshire's Statewide Chamber of Commerce and Leading Business Advocate
New Hampshire's Statewide Chamber of Commerce and Leading Business Advocate

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The Business and Industry Association—New Hampshire’s statewide chamber of commerce and leading business advocate—is launching EnergizeNH, a campaign to focus attention on New Hampshire’s electrical energy crisis and the need for additional infrastructure.

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Celebrate a lifetime of achievement of Sheehan Phinney's Bradford Cook and Hypertherm's Richard and Barbara Couch at the BIA Annual Dinner to be held October 28 in Manchester. http://bit.ly/1NMsS8d

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WE'RE HIRING!! Director of Communications. Reporting to the president, the director of communications will set and guide the strategy for all communications to consistently articulate BIA’s mission and strategic initiatives to key constituents. The director of communications is responsible for generating visibility, knowledge and positive perception of BIA and its work on behalf of New Hampshire businesses. http://bit.ly/1yA0sV3

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BIA statement on budget compromise http://bit.ly/1Fdq6r1

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BIA statement on state budget/business taxes http://bit.ly/1NrFHoj

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Today's E-Brief newsletter is now available at http://bit.ly/1dS9BD6

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Join us in Manchester on Sept. 11 for the 2015 Housing Forum, in partnership with the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, Housing Action NH and the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast.

Learn more about NH's housing challenges; the impact of housing on hiring; how cost and availability of housing affects young working professionals' decisions on where to live; how housing advocates and businesses are working together to improve housing availability and affordability; and local and regional planning for new housing.

http://bit.ly/1hMObdU

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Check out our latest E-Brief newsletter at http://bit.ly/1dS9BD6
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