0n January 31st, Caleb Donnelly, founder of 93 North Capital, addressed the Rotary Club of Nashua regarding supporting NH'S small business owners. In 2006, Caleb became the first Greater Nashua Elks Hoop Shoot Champions to win the Elks National Hoop Shoot Free Throw Championship in 2006, in Springfield, Massachusetts, sinking 23 out of 25 free throws; his name is now inscribed in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. 
Caleb continued to pay basketball at D1 Northeastern, where he earned his undergraduate and Masters degrees in Chemical Engineering, and was supported by a Rotary scholarship from our Club. He then earned his MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School.
 
Following graduation, Caleb began working in mergers and acquisitions, focusing on small-to-medium sized businesses. In 2020, he formed his own company, 93 North Capital, with the goal of purchasing and then leading a small-medium sized business in New England over the long-term to create rewarding jobs and economic opportunity in the southern NH region.
Caleb reviewed the types of businesses he feels would be a good fit with his skills, and the outreach he’s done to date, including networking through groups such as Rotary. Anyone who is either interested in being acquired or who has ideas that would be good for Caleb to consider should reach out to Caleb directly (caleb@93northcapital.com or 603-521-2796).
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