PSU center a ‘one-stop’ location

August 4th, 2013 by Lynn

    PLYMOUTH – A joint part¬nership between Plymouth State University and the Grafton County Economic Development Council (GCEDC) to create new businesses and jobs will provide plenty of “real-life” experience for Plymouth State business students.

    The Enterprise Cen¬ter at Plymouth (ECP), located at 1 Bridge St., is a business incubator and accelerator whose goal is to support entrepreneur¬ship, small businesses, and economic development in central New Hampshire by providing services, including leased space, mentoring, and network¬ing to new and existing businesses. Essentially, the ECP provides a “one-stop shopping” location for businesses throughout the region seeking advice and counseling.

    Unique features of the facility include a multi-purpose room that is available for focus group activities (with a one-way mirror and observation room), video production capabilities, and a sales of¬fice appropriate for mock interview and for practic¬ing sales calls.

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