Trenton, NJ - The New Jersey Business Action Center (NJBAC) will host its “Resources for Growth” information-sharing and networking event for small businesses on Wednesday, September 27, 2023 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm at Stockton University in Galloway, NJ. This signature NJBAC event will bring together the small business community, state agencies, and community organizations to help business owners and entrepreneurs discover the many incentive programs and services that are available to help businesses grow and thrive. Nearly 30 state agencies and community partners will participate in the event. Representatives will be available for one-on-one conversations from:
This event is free and open to the public; advance registration is required: https://NJBAC-ResourcesforGrowthAtlantic.eventbrite.com
“At the heart of New Jersey’s economy is the small business community, which represents over 953,000 small businesses,” said Lieutenant Governor Tahesha Way. “By investing time and resources in events that support growth and expansion of small businesses, we are ensuring the economic vitality of the state and planning for a prosperous statewide future.”
“The to-do lists of small business owners are long and always growing,” said Melanie Willoughby, executive director of NJBAC. Our ‘Resources for Growth’ event is designed to eliminate barriers and make it easier for businesses to discover what kind of support is available, all in one spot.”
The event will be open to start-ups and existing businesses. Participants will have time to connect and network one-on-one with agencies and learn about topics ranging from financing and contracting or certification to hiring and energy rebates.
Register for the Sept. 27 free event: https://NJBAC-ResourcesforGrowthAtlantic.eventbrite.com
About the NJ Business Action Center (NJBAC)
The New Jersey Business Action Center serves as the State's liaison to the business community, offering free information, services, and resources across various areas such as business registration, financial programs, regulatory compliance, property selection, workforce training, and more. NJBAC comprises multiple offices, including Small Business, Business Advocacy, Export Promotion, State Planning, and the Motion Picture and Television Commission. Access to NJBAC services is available through NJ DOS - NJ Business Action Center or Business.NJ.gov: Your first stop for doing business in NJ or by calling 1-800-JERSEY-7.