My goal is to help New Hampshire business owners promote their business and connect with customers and other local businesses so they can succeed.

I am a business owner just like you. I know how hard it is to find the time and money to do all the things we need to do to grow a business. 

Which is why I started the NH Business Guild. 

Drawing from my own experience as a web developer and small business marketer, I've put together an affordable platform to help you extend your reach and influence at a price you can afford.

In addition to multi-media business listings, NH Business Guild has educational and networking events, a business magazine featuring articles by and about members, and many budget-friendly marketing tools to help you connect with a New Hampshire audience. 

Pat Hammond
Founder, NH Business Guild

NH Business Guild - Less than $20 a month

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Featured Member: Allegra Boverman Photography

I enjoy documenting the special moments of everyday life. As a photojournalist, I am ready to photograph a wide range of topics in a wide variety of usually unpredictable and unexpected lighting situations and conditions, all in a compressed amount of time and with lots of improvisation.

My work - which sometimes includes writing - has appeared since 2004  in print throughout southern New Hampshire, the Merrimack Valley and North Shore/Cape Ann in Massachusetts, and occasionally in other publications around the country and regionally including in the Boston Globe, Nashua Telegraph, Lowell Sun, and Union Leader, where I now work part-time,  New Hampshire Business Review, and additionally with New Hampshire Public Radio. 

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One Day or Day One, You Decide

Your ad could be here

By Pat Hammond

Take a look around and if you like what you see, please share it. 

It's funny how things evolve and take on a life of their own. 

The original idea was to build a platform for my web design clients to share information and promote their businesses.   And when I came up with Queen City Buzz in 2014 I never imagined a small business blog would lead to a digital magazine or a completely different platform for business owners across the state to share information and resources and promote their business directly to a New Hampshire audience. 

But here we are four years later and things are changing. 


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