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Daniel Innis, a professor of marketing and hospitality management at the University of New Hampshire, compares the effort to what was required to get travelers back on airplanes after September 11, 2001. “It took us a while to get comfortable flying again after 9/...
Firms rework plans as investors regroup
“We weren’t expecting this — I don’t think anybody thought something of this magnitude could shut down the economy or significantly halt the economy as it has,” said Liz Gray, state director of the SBDC. “We at SBDC need to...
Based on the latest estimate of monthly GDP, the upshot from the predictive intelligence model, published today in the Monthly GDP Digest, envisions "...a probability for the national economy to be in recession at 99.6% in March, up from 74.4% in February…", said ...
“Retail is a toss-up,” said Jeffrey Sohl, a professor at the University of New Hampshire and longtime director of its Center for Venture Research. “If it’s a heavy online presence, which a lot of retail is, well that might be...
Melanie Payeur '07, '15G credits UNH with giving her a foundation of knowledge from to build and grow her operations career
UNH alum Melanie Payeur ‘07, ‘15G combined her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with an MBA to elevate her career as an Environmental, Health, and Safety Manager at Lindt & Sprugli.  Originally from Berlin, N.H., Payeur credits UNH with giving her a foundation of knowledge from which...
Hannah Vanden Heuvel
Awarded to a Paul College Student in their first 2 years who has contributed in a substantial way to the success of the program, event or student group’s mission. We are delighted to celebrate and honor Hannah Vanden Heuvel who just received this award and has been recognized as an emerging leader...
"You may open your doors and be ready to go but how is the public going to respond," asked Michelline Dufort, Director of UNH Center for Family Enterprise.
Ian Wilson '20G says his MBA is teaching him to make data-driven decisions to drive growth and change
When Ian Wilson ‘20G decided to apply to MBA programs, he carefully weighed his options before pursuing a part-time MBA at the University of New Hampshire’s Manchester campus. The Hudson, N.H., resident researched graduate programs in Greater Boston and New Hampshire, ultimately choosing the Paul...
The study, considered a landmark, exemplifies how data can drive policy
Christopher Glynn, assistant professor of decision sciences at UNH’s Paul College of Business and Economics, is addressing the complex issue of homelessness with a surprising tool: Data.
According to Daniel Innis, professor of marketing and hospitality management at the University of New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, the PPP’s rollout has been “a mess.” “I think a lot of small businesses thought, ‘I have a couple...
Paul College organizations providing pandemic assistance to NH businesses
Paul College’s Center for Family Enterprise - The CFE is also facilitating weekly webinars, leaning on resource partners and sponsors – the organization is funded by member support and corporate sponsorships – to provide in-depth discussions...
In addition to Halstead, the research team included Bob Woodward, Forrest D. McKerley Professor of Health Economics emeritus; Robert Mohr, associate...