THANK YOU for Visiting the Phase 2 Booth at the BIOMEDevice Show in Boston it was a pleasure to meet you.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Phase 2 Medical had a great 2012 and to top it off we were named a SEMI-FINALIST, in the Business NH Magazine, as one of the best places to work in New Hampshire. Thank you to all of our Associates that make this a great place to work. Follow us on Linkedin to see what we have in store for our Associates and Clients in 2013.
BIOMEDevice Show San Jose, CA
Thank you to everyone that stopped by our booth. It was a pleasure to meet with you and we look forward to working with you.
Phase 2 Personnel Donate $1,000 to Gerry's Food Pantry in Rochester, NH.
Phase 2 Personnel ran a fund raising competition that pitted individual departments against each other. The contest was to see how few donations you could get in your Departments Fund Raising Jar and how much money you could put in your competitors jar. Congratulations to the Quality Department they were the big winners. Good fun was had by all and for a great cause.
Phase 2 Contingent makes a colorful showing at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Event this Past Sunday in Dover, NH
The Phase 2 group totaled 32 and was made up of Employees, Friends and Family. Everyone had a great time for a great cause and they all look forward to supporting the project again next year.
Phase 2 Medical Name by Business NH Magazine as #8 Fastest Growing Private Companies in NH
ROCHESTER — Phase 2 Medical Manufacturing Inc. made Business NH Magazine top 100 Private Companies List as well as making it into the top 10 Fastest Growing Private Companies coming in at #8.
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Phase 2 Medical partnering with N.H. job training grant to help Phase 2 continue expansion
ROCHESTER — Phase 2 Medical Manufacturing Inc. has made employee training a critical part of its long-term strategy of success.
Earlier this year, Phase 2 applied for and was awarded its third New Hampshire Job Training Fund Grant since 2010. Phase 2 President Adam Prime said the program has provided a significant training boost to the contracting manufacturing company that employs more than 120 people.
"This is the third time we've done this program with the state and it has been phenomenal for us," Prime said of the recent $17,598 state grant, which the company will match. "It's too good of an opportunity to pass up because of how it increases the capabilities of our business every round."