Grafton County New Hampshire

Why invest in Grafton County,

New Hampshire?

Grafton County businesses benefit
from immediate access to three
interstate highways, two
universities, three
community colleges,
a skilled workforce,
and an amazing
quality of life for




We are a regional



Grafton County,

New Hampshire and its 39 municipalities.

By collaborating with a wide variety of public and private partners, we act as a catalyst for economic growth and change in Grafton County.

Grafton County Economic Development Council
We've partnered with Plymouth State University to create The Enterprise Center at Plymouth; a business incubator program serving central New Hampshire. Together we create and promote helpful business assistance seminars. ﷯
You do not need to be a member to take advantage of the Enterprise Center's Workshops and Seminars.
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In the News...

PSU creates Center for Business and Community Partnerships

February 29, 2015



GCEDC Closes First MicroLoan to Support Local Machine Shop

February 26, 2016

GCEDC provided a $5,500 microloan to Newfound Industries, a local machine shop in Bristol, NH.  The owners will be using the funds to purchase the assets of Eagle Machine and continue to grow the business.



Scott Stephens hired by NHSBDC as Business Counselor for Grafton County

December 9, 2015



Chad Johansson, NH iPhone Repair owner and Enterprise Center tenant, is highlighted in NHBR article

December 2, 2015

Read the NHBR Article here


GCEDC Expands Its Team to Support Continued Growth

November 12, 2015

GCEDC is pleased to announce, and welcome, Sarah Szewczyk as it’s new Marketing and Program Coordinator. Sarah will be responsible for creating and implementing GCEDC’s business seminar series. She will also be a valuable contributor to developing and executing a strategic marketing plan for the organization as it looks to expand its footprint in the region.


GCEDC CEO named Young Professional of the Year at 2015 Stay Work Play Rising Stars Awards
Read the article here


Newest DRTC Incubator Tenant Holds Promise

August 18, 2014

Citing its potential for business and job growth, the GCEDC recently celebrated the newest tenant at the Dartmouth Regional Technology Center (DRTC) business incubator, FreshAir Sensor Corporation.  Founded by recent Tuck Business School MBA grad Jack O'Toole and Dartmouth Chemistry professor Joe BelBruno, FreshAir commercializes sensor technology that detects chemical compounds in cigarette smoke while providing real estate owners of a warning and time stamp of the violation.  Suitable applications for the technology include hotel rooms, rental cars, and other locations where owners do not want cigarette smoke damage.

Located at 16 Cavendish Court, Lebanon, the DRTC incubator provides space and programs for technology entrepreneurs seeking to start or growth their companies.


Loan Application to Assist in Creating 105 New Jobs

July 21, 2014

With the help of GCEDC, the Town of Lincoln Selectboard recently voted to "enthusiastically endorse" a Community Development Block Grant application to the NH Community Development Finance Authority.  If successful, funds will be sub-granted to the GCEDC in order to provide financing to the new Riverwalk at Loon Mountain resort project on a reclaimed brownfields site in Lincoln.   That project is expected to eventually eclipse over $38 million in assorted construction and development costs and result in 105 new jobs.

The GCEDC would use the funds to provide partial financing for the project with the returned principal payments being used to financing other Grafton County businesses.


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GCEDC   |   (603) 536-2011   or toll free at   1-888-535-0002   |  PO Box 178, Plymouth, New Hampshire  03264

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