Business notes for Oct. 21, 2019

Published: 10/20/2019 6:19:15 PM

Pastori-Krans, PLLC, a Concord-based law firm focusing on employment law, family law, and civil litigation, is proud to announce that three of its attorneys, Beth A. Deragon, Heather E. Krans and Terri L. Pastori have been selected for the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

U.S. Small Business Administration announced that $2 million has been awarded to six international trade agencies in New England that successfully competed for funding to support export growth among small businesses through SBA’s competitive State Trade Expansion Program (STEP). For the eighth consecutive year, N.H.’s Business and Economic Affairs’ Office of International Commerce will receive funding to support N.H.’s small business exporters.

Waypoint’s child advocacy team, Keith Kuenning and John DeJoie, were presented the Public Citizens of the Year award by New Hampshire Pediatric Society, for their extraordinary work promoting the health and welfare of New Hampshire’s children and families. The award was given at the Society’s awards ceremony, Sept. 11, at the Centennial Inn in Concord.

JMG Marketing will host their first-ever live event, “CEO Live,” on Friday at the Belknap Mill in Laconia. Tickets are on sale now at jmg-marketing.com. The Lakes Region’s only one-day professional development event is tailored to business owners, entrepreneurs and business leaders who are looking to take their business to the next level. CEO Live promises to be high energy and fun and will include presentations and workshops covering the topics of: money and your business; your business and life goals; marketing and sales strategy; taking the fear out of social media and more. It will be a great opportunity to put business goals into action as well as gather, network, meet and collaborate with other local, brilliant, like-minded business leaders.

Meredith Village Savings Bank pledged to purchase $50,000 in New Hampshire business tax credits from Lakes Region Community Developers (LRCD) to support Harriman Hill Homes, a development of 20 affordable starter homes in Wolfeboro. The proceeds of LRCD’s tax credit sales will offset the cost of the road, water and sewer infrastructure for the development so that the homes can be sold for around $200,000 to first-time buyers who make less than 120% of the area median income, which is $83,000 for a family of four. LRCD still has $150,000 in tax credits to sell by March 30, 2020.




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