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With the perfect blend of affordable, available land, robust infrastructure and easy access to major highways and urban centers, Pelham NH offers unparalleled opportunities for growth and development. NH's low tax rate and lack of sales tax combined with an educated workforce and affluent consumers make our town the obvious choice for opening or expanding your business.

Why I chose pelham nh for my business

Pelham Plastics is a true Pelham NH success story. We'd like to thank President John Mackey for allowing us to capture his thoughts and insights into his experience of establishing a business in Pelham. 

Throughout this website you will find short video clips from Pelham business owners describing their unique perceptions of Pelham as a place to establish a business and details about their own success. 

We invite you to watch these videos and discover for yourself why you should choose Pelham NH for your business.

PEDC News Highlights

10.15.13

Eagle Tribune Features PEDC Social Media ProgramThe Lawrence Eagle Tribune, serving the North of Boston area of the Merrimack Valley in Massachusetts and Southern NH is known for its outstanding coverage of local news.

Last week, writer John Toole wrote a business feature about the PEDC efforts at using social media to reach out to local businesses. 

08.14.13

PEDC Announces Business Education Seminar Program for 2014

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Business Focus

Venturi Aeration LogoGary Smith of Venturi Aeration, Inc. chose Pelham, NH for his environmental equipment manufacturing business because Pelham is centrally located in New England and has access to the various Interstates highways and also to local companies that would be used as subcontractors in the manufacture of aeration systems, e.g. Pelham Machine Shop, BlazeTek.

Did You Know...

Pelham's Saw Mills

During the 18th century, Pelham was not just an agricultural community, but was also home to some of the largest sawmills in the region. Today, evidence of that past is found in the naming of local roads after the mills. [Photo courtesy of www.pelhamhistory.org, Hobbs-Mason Photo Collection.]