Innovate. Connect. Thrive.

The Hannah Grimes Center educates, supports and assists in the development of successful entrepreneurs and community builders throughout the Monadnock region. Our broader vision? A sustainable, robust local economy and a vibrant, healthy community.

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  • 25 Roxbury Second Floor Renovation

    Demand for Hannah Grimes’ business incubator and educational program space has grown rapidly. We're embarking on a renovation project for the second floor of our building at 25 Roxbury Street.
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  • Get a Head Start on Your Start-Up

    Our Business Start-Up Program is an expertly facilitated six month program designed to ramp up your new business. Gain confidence, skills and accountability while developing a practical business action plan!
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  • Office Space “Plus”

    Office space and a whole lot more! Our convenient and affordable Business Incubator Program delivers a proven recipe for success.
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We’re Growing! Building Renovation Will Support Local Entrepreneurship

Over the past several years, the Monadnock Region has become a beehive of entrepreneurial activity. And the Hannah Grimes Center has grown to become a focal point for entrepreneurship in the area, running a business incubator program, providing workshops to hone business skills, and offering services to businesses and nonprofits alike. To meet growing demand, […]

Understanding a Benefit Corporation or B-Corp

A Benefit Corporation, or B-Corp, is a type of for-profit corporation that provides the highest standard of social and environmental transparency, accountability and corporate purpose. Recently New Hampshire passed legislation allowing B-Corps. If you’d like to know more about the potential advantages of a B-Corp, register now for a free workshop, Understanding a Benefit Corporation […]

Support Your Local Economy: Eat Local Monadnock Farm-Fresh

Buying local has become increasingly popular. And what could be tastier than supporting the local economy by buying locally grown and produced food? It’s an economic fact that when a purchase is made from a local business, on average, over 60 percent of your dollar works and stays in the local economy. When a purchase […]