• Small But Mighty Business of the Month

  • Nominate a local company to be featured as our

    Small but MIGHTY Business of the Month
    Sponsored by Federal Savings Bank

  • December 2018 - Portsmouth Historical Society

    Discover Portsmouth, which occupies the site of the old Portsmouth Library, has made a name for itself BIG time as one of the most welcoming ways into Portsmouth. Their mission is magnificent, their vision is vast, and with Kathleen Soldati at the helm, their heart beats strong for the Port City. And their fan base is rabid: Especially around the holidays during their Annual Gingerbread Exhibit (28 years strong!)

    You can visit them via their terrific website, but we encourage you to head to Discover Portsmouth (and their marvelous Museum Shop) in person for best results.

    Discover Portsmouth is the December Small But Mighty Business of the Month, sponsored by Federal Savings Bank.

     

  • The Small Business of the Month Details:

    • Companies need to be located in the Greater Portsmouth area
    • Companies should be members of The Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth
    • Nominated companies should have 50 employees or less
    • Nomination forms will be reviewed by a selection committee and recipients will be notified by Chamber staff members
  • November 2018 - REP Branding Co.

    The November Small But Mighty Business of the Month sponsored by Federal Savings Bank is REP Branding Co. This social branding agency works with businesses to build a community of engaged and loyal fans around its mission. REP works with brands across the lifestyle industry and pride themselves on being bringing the fun back to marketing. Robin Pinzone, the creative head of REP, has donated her time to the Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth by offering a number of presentations to fellow chamber members. SHOWN: Bill MacDonald, networking engineer, The Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth; Robin Pinzone, REP Branding Co.; and Valerie Dyer, assistant vice president of business development at Federal Savings Bank.

     

  • October 2018 - Centrus Digital

    Congratulations to Centrus Digital, the October Small But Mighty Business of the Month sponsored by Federal Savings Bank!  Centrus (formerly Sharper Selling) is a digital marketing agency that moved to Portsmouth in 2016 and has been proving that small businesses can tackle mighty projects of any scope. They do this through collaboration and partnerships with other Chamber Collaborative members helping national and global brands grow their businesses through online advertising.

    They are committed to the community, donating their services to local nonprofits including the Prescott Park Arts Festival, Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Seacoast Science Center, New Hampshire Film Festival, and the Digital Marketing Center. Thank you for all your efforts to strengthen our local community and economy and congratulations. (Shown, from left: Valerie Dyer of Federal Savings Bank, Jonathan Day of Centrus Digital and Valerie Rochon of the Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth.)

     

  • September 2018: HAVEN 

    The September Small But Mighty Business of the Month sponsored by Federal Savings Bank is HAVEN.  HAVEN serves women, men, and children affected by domestic and sexual violence. HAVEN is the largest violence prevention and support services agency in NH. The need to eliminate domestic and sexual violence, while supporting individuals and families, is greater than ever. Your support will help us better serve Rockingham and Strafford Counties, ultimately making the Greater Seacoast a safer place to live.

     

  • August 2018 - JSA Inc.

    Now that the big reveal is over, the Chamber Collaborative is pleased to announce that not only is JSA Inc an Annual Dinner Award winner, but they are also our August Small but Mighty Business of the Month Sponsored by Federal Savings Bank!  JSA Inc is a nationally recognized architecture company based in Portsmouth, NH that focuses on designing environments that make a positive impact on the lives and communities in which we all live, learn, and work.

    JSA Inc is also the creator of Access Navigator, a platform that provides online accessibility maps and listings to help people with mobility challenges stay engaged in the community. Their latest accessibility map is their New England Microbreweries that can be found here! 

    Keep up the great work, JSA Inc! We are excited to see what else you'll bring to our community. 

  • July 2018 - Daystar, Inc.

    Please join us in congratulating Daystar as they have been recognized as the July Small but Mighty Business of the Month Sponsored by Federal Savings Bank! 

    Since 2000, Daystar has been a serving the technology needs of Seacoast businesses and nonprofit organizations. The company is committed to their clients and focused on helping them align technology within their operations to reach their goals and grow their businesses.

    Daystar is involved in our community by donating to many local organizations such as The Music Hall, New Heights, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Richie McFarland Children’s Center, Cornerstone VNA, and the High Hopes Foundation, and more. Congrats, Daystar! Keep up the great work. 

  • June 2018 - The Chase Home for Children

    We are excited to announce the June Small But Mighty Business of the Month has been awarded to The Chase Home For Children! Offering both residential and home-based services, the Chase Home meets the needs of at-risk youth and families in New Hampshire. The Chase Home is a powerful example of a grassroots response to an identified need within the community. 

    Thank you to The Chase Home for Children for being a big part of the Portsmouth community. Another big thank you goes out to the Small But Mighty Business of the Month Sponsors, Federal Savings Bank!  

     

  • May 2018 - The Cooperative Venture Workspace

    Please join us in celebrating our May Small but Mighty Business of the Month Presented by Federal Savings Bank, the Cooperative Venture Workspace! With Scott Blidberg and Emma Partridge managing the space, the Cooperative Venture Workspace is a coworking space that provides an excellent place to work, as well as a thriving community for businesses of all sizes. 

    The Workspace donates their space for The Collaborative's monthly Morning Mixer networking event. The Collaborative and the Seacoast community are lucky to have this unique coworking space in our area.

    Big thank you to Federal Savings Bank for sponsoring the Small but Mighty Business of the Month program and congratulations to the Cooperative Venture Workspace! 

     

  • April 2018 - Nibblesworth

    Congratulations to our friends at Nibblesworth as they are the April Small but Mighty Business of the Month Presented by Federal Savings Bank! Nibblesworth splashed into the Portsmouth community this past fall and features delicious handmade plates, with all ingredients sourced locally. When Nibblesworth isn't providing the Chamber Collaborative's Morning Mixer with tasty pączki treats, they're partnering with local businesses or hosting events in their beautifully renovated restaurant.

    Please join us in thanking Jenny, Tom, and the entire team at Nibblesworth for diving into the Seacoast community. 

  • March 2018 - Barre & Soul Portsmouth

    The March Small but Mighty Business of the Month was awarded to Barre & Soul Portsmouth! The Barre & Soul method fuses ballet conditioning, pilates, yoga and calisthenics with great music, high-energy and supportive community. For over three years Barre & Soul has offered in-studio classes at their 163 Court Street studio, as well as community building events.

    Thank you for all the work you do for the community Barre & Soul! The Greater Seacoast is proud to name you as our March Small but Mighty Business of the Month.

  • February 2018 - Darci Creative

    The Chamber Collaborative is pleased to award the February Small But Mighty Business of the Month to Darci Creative! Owner & Creative Director Darci Knowles and the entire Darci Creative team, have been long-term partners and collaborators of the Chamber Collaborative.

    Darci Creative has spent the past 25 years in the small business community. The latest from Darci Creative is the launch of the expert level marketing agency, Brand Muffins, which focuses on affordable branding packages for small businesses. From working with our small business community to being a long time supporter of Veterans Count, Darci Creative exemplifies our Small But Mighty Business of the Month program!

  • January 2018 - La Maison Navarre 

    Our first Small But Mighty Business of the Month is La Maison Navarre! Located at 121 Congress Street, La Maison Navarre brings the charm and atmosphere of a French pastry shop to downtown Portsmouth. La Maison Navarre offers delicious macarons, sweet desserts, tasty crepes, and more! 

    Owned and managed by Charlotte and Victor, La Maison Navarre is a proud supporter of many organizations in the community including Big Brothers Big Sisters NH, Seacoast Outright, Portsmouth PRIDE, and the Chamber Collaborative. Keep up the great work, La Maison Navarre!