Andrew Raynor Dover NH
What fast-growing industry in New Hampshire, home to about 350 companies involved in the sector, employs about 60,000 people, who earn an average salary of more than $87,000 and comprises about 2 percent of the gross state product?
Aerospace and defense.
That was the topic of this month’s New Hampshire Business Matters radio show on WTPL-FM, with Division of Economic Development Director Will Arvelo and guest Steve Myers, program manager for Southwest Research Institute, located on the campus of the University of New Hampshire.
Register today for NHAD 2018, the annual networking event of the New Hampshire Aerospace and Defense Export Consortium.
The discussion centered around the New Hampshire Aerospace and Defense Export Consortium. Now in its fifth year, this unique organization has about 100 members from around the country and international partnerships with AeroMontreal and the Farnborough (England) Aerospace Association.
Myers spoke about how NHADEC helped save the work SRI does at UNH and the other benefits the organization offers.
Tune in and learn about this dynamic organization and the annual networking event coming up May 17.