An Illustrated Map
Featuring Manchester’s Most Iconic and Growing Tech Industries
The original map concept came from Amy Chhom of The Chhom Group. She created a visual in 2017 that documented the quick growth of the technology industry within the Millyard of Manchester, NH. She wanted to show people the progress which often goes unnoticed due to the historic nature of the millyard, preventing signage and publicity for the property.
This map took off and was shared over 80,000 times on various social media platforms. It has now become a tool for tech companies and talent scouting organizations throughout the region.
The New Vision: Silicon Millyard Map 2.0
We want this page to be an economic driver. Currently, with the historic preservation of the mills, many of these companies do not have signage that can be viewed by the public. In addition to spreading awareness about the thriving technological industry within the Millyard, our goals include:
Supporting HR professionals who not only have to “sell” the job and their organization as a whole, but also the Manchester community.
Supporting real-estate agents who are encouraging other tech companies to relocate here.
Supporting job candidates. All of the companies listed below go a career page, where you see potential job openings without having to travel into Boston!
TECH COMPANY NOMINATION:
To preserve the growth of the Silicon Millyard community, you must fit the following definition of a technology company to appear on this map:
“A type of business entity that focuses primarily on the development and manufacturing of technology, or providing technology as a service. Many large tech companies have a reputation for spending large sums of money annually on research and development.”
If the company that you have in mind meets these requirements and is looking to become a testament to the growth and economic momentum of Manchester, please complete the form below.
Nominated Tech Companies
Newforma: Provides project email and file management software for architects, engineers, contractors, and owners.
Next Step Bionics & Prosthetics: Provides premier bionic and prosthetic products for amputees.
Westell Technologies: Leading provider of high-performance wireless infrastructure solutions.
Oracle Dyn: an internet performance company, serving high-profile clients like Netflix and Twitter and Zappos.
JetBoil: Revolutionary cooking products that truly enable outdoor enthusiasts to push the limits of their endurance and the boundaries of their experience
Texas Instruments: Analog & digital semiconductor IC design/manufacturing co., including solutions for embedded/application processing.
Autodesk: 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software and services.
DEKA: A research & development corporation centered around fluid management, mobility, power and water.
FIRST: National robotics competition organization.
Akamai: secures and delivers digital experiences for the world’s largest companies, keeping apps and experiences closer to users — and threats far away.
Meltwater: an all-in-one media intelligence system that is helping companies make better, more informed decisions based on insights from the outside.
Philips Teletrol: a supplier of building automation systems and components.
Pill Pack Amazon: a full-service online pharmacy that packages your medication and delivers to your door every month.
SNHU: A private New Hampshire University that offers over 200 online programs.
Sitecore: a customer experience management company that provides web content management and multichannel marketing automation software.
Geneia: Analytic solutions and services help simplify the evolution to value-based care and drive collaboration among providers, health plans and employers.
Thunderhead: a global leader in the customer engagement market;
Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute (ARMI) slated for the near future
SubItUp, which provides cloud-based employee scheduling and management software. Although some of the above-mentioned companies are headquartered elsewhere, they still house facilities in the Millyard where high tech work is ongoing.
Peddl: Driver-for-hire service that is 100% human powered.
Baer Square: A commemorative square featuring a bench and a seated bronze statue of the late Ralph Baer, which was rendered through innovative digital modeling techniques to create a 3D printed form for casting.
Mill Girl Statue: A sculpture commemorating women's role in the historic Amoskeag Woolen Mills.
United Therapeutics: Uses a biotechnology model to delay the need for transplantable organs or expand the supply.
UNH: The state’s public research university, providing comprehensive, high-quality undergraduate programs and graduate programs of distinction.
Eversource: Delivers energy to residential and business customers in NH.
We’re actively making the Millyard a better place.
848 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101