The NH High Tech Council held its Entrepreneur of the Year award at the Radisson in Manchester Monday. Pictured, from Newforma, Bob Batchelder, left, Ian Howell, and Dave Plunkett, attend the event. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
MANCHESTER — Newforma won the New Hampshire High Tech Council’s 2014 Entrepreneur of the Year at the Radisson Hotel/Center of New Hampshire in Manchester last night.
Manchester-based Newforma software connects architecture, engineering, construction and owner organizations. Newforma employs 185 people, most of which are based in Manchester.
Bob Batcheler, co-founder/executive vice president of strategy, Dave Plunkett, executive vice president of development, and Ian Howell, CEO, Newforma, represented the company.
The other nominees were: Robert Goldstein, CEO, and Stephen Singlar, president, Single Digits.
Bedford-based Single Digits, an Internet network operator for property owners, began in 2003 with three employees and has grown to more than 100.
Peter Chase, founder/executive vice president of business development, and Lou Guercia, president/CEO, Scribe Software.
Manchester-based Scribe Software helps sports teams collect informaiton from their websites, ticket agencies and social media to better market themselves to fans and potential customers.