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June 14, 2018, NHBR Staff, NH Business Review

Andy McMillan, chair of the advisory board at Cirtronics, an experienced robotics contract manufacturer located in Milford, NH, hosted a panel of three senior robotics executives at the Inaugural Robotics Summit and Showcase in Boston, MA on May 23rd. The experts shared their perspectives on how Design for Manufacturing (DFx) can assist in facilitating successful outsourced production of robotic devices. Although the three companies design and sell robots for very different markets, all of them rely on DFx to optimize product design, supply chain, and assembly processes to simplify, accelerate and reduce the cost of manufacturing. “The goal of DFx is to achieve alignment between the design of a product and production processes in order to yield optimized cost and quality”, said McMillan.

The Provident Bank’s President and Chief Lending Officer, Chuck Withee, and Senior Vice President, International Finance Officer, Leanne Spees, presented at three different seminars last month at Hospitalar, one of the largest medical tradeshows in Brazil, attracting 90,000 attendees from 70 countries. “The exporter session was well attended and had some interested parties relative to the Export Import Bank Working Capital offerings, particularly Work In Process inventory financing,” says Withee. “Some were unaware of the term loan product for importers and the benefits that accrue to the exporters. They were particularly interested in the predictability of payment and the competitive loan structure and pricing that could help facilitate their Capital Equipment sales. It was a very productive session and we look forward to continuing the conversation.”

Earlier this week, 16 organizations, including CTIA, Public Knowledge, the American Library Association and the Competitive Carriers Association, sent a letter in support of Senator Maggie Hassan’s bipartisan AIRWAVES Act. The bipartisan measure that Senator Hassan introduced with Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO), would promote innovation by encouraging the federal government to continue to free up spectrum for commercial licensed and unlicensed use and leverage the success of spectrum auctions to invest in broadband in rural areas.

Daniel Cronin of CGI Business Solutions and Michael Schultz of Consolidated Communications have been elected as new officers and board members to the Business and Industry Association.

The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory has received generous donations from industry partners Dell EMC, Verizon, Alexander Technology Group, Cisco, HPE, Liberty Mutual, QA Cafe and Senet to support the expansion of HighTech Bound, its high school summer internship program. HighTech Bound is a unique opportunity for high school juniors entering their senior year to gain experience working in the laboratory with dedicated mentors. The UNH-IOL, an independent provider of broad-based testing and standards conformance solutions for the networking industry, has hired a record number of 14 interns for the four-week summer internship due to donor support. HighTech Bound can serve as a stepping stone for students interested in computer science or electrical engineering who hope to attend the University of New Hampshire following high school.

Cisco, Colliers International, Comcast NBCUniversal, Fidelity Investments, Medtronic, Meltwater, TD Bank, Thermo Fisher Scientific, UBS and UPS made Mogul’s list of top 1000 companies for millennial women professionals worldwide in 2018.

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