The advantages of New Hampshire relative to other states due to its more free economy and less economic regulations.
Early FSP movers have taken advantage of the tremendous business climate in NH by starting a number of successful businesses, including bars/restaurants, a microbrewery, alternative currencies, construction companies, HVAC contractor/reseller, real estate practice, freedom-oriented bookstore, computer consulting, web hosting, radio/TV shows, and non-profit organizations.
New Hampshire received an A+ in a national survey, ranking as the best state for business and taking 2nd place for ease of starting a new business.
New Hampshire ranks #2 in the nation for Business Friendliness.
New Hampshire has an active and diverse agricultural sector that ranges from livestock to dairy products to apples to flowers.
New Hampshire is ranked 9th in the nation for percentage of high-tech jobs.
Portsmouth has one of the lowest unemployment rates out of 372 metropolitan areas in the U.S. and thus is among the 50 Best Markets to Find a Job.
The Manchester-Nashua metro area ranked 1st on the 2009 Forbes List of America's 100 Cheapest Places To Live.
New Hampshire receives the 2nd lowest farm subsidy dollars from the Federal Government, less than 0.1% of the total subsidy dollars handed out.