- Created on Tuesday, 19 November 2013 07:17
Congressional Delegation to be honored at the N.J. Chamber's 77th Trip to D.C.
The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce announced Gov. Chris Christie will keynote its 77th annual Congressional Dinner on Thursday, February 13 at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C.
- Created on Wednesday, 23 October 2013 08:30
Mika Brzezinski, political commentator and co-host of the influential MSNBC talk show "Morning Joe," was put on the spot during her address to an audience of New Jersey Chamber of Commerce members last week when she was asked if Gov. Chris Christie would be a serious candidate for president in 2016.
"It's looking good," she said. "It's looking really good."
Campaign Chairs for Gov. Christie and Sen. Buono Square off at Lively N.J. Chamber of Commerce Breakfast
- Created on Friday, 18 October 2013 08:30
When William Palatucci and Bonnie Watson Coleman, the chairs for the Christie and Buono election campaigns respectively, joined New Jersey Chamber of Commerce members for breakfast this morning, their conversation sounded exactly how one would expect it would less than three weeks before the gubernatorial election. Lively, pointed, and sometimes tense.
NJ Chamber Honors Four Legislators, a Christie Cabinet Member and a Business Advocate for Outstanding Economic Growth Work
- Created on Wednesday, 09 October 2013 08:30
The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce honored four legislators, a member of Gov. Chris Christie's cabinet and a tireless Newark attorney - all of whom have gone above and beyond to help recharge New Jersey's business climate - at a reception in Southern New Jersey on Oct. 9.
Signing of the N.J. Economic Opportunity Act is 'Very Good News for Those who Care About the Economy'
- Created on Wednesday, 18 September 2013 14:30
Statement from New Jersey Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Bracken
on the passage and signing of the New Jersey Economic Opportunity Act (A-3680):
This legislation is very good news for those who care about the New Jersey economy because it is specifically designed to grow jobs and motivate companies to expand in the Garden State. It allows more businesses, including small and mid-size firms, to qualify for already existing tax credits when they create jobs or bring jobs to New Jersey. In short, it makes New Jersey a more attractive place to relocate and expand in an age when other states are competing for the same companies.
- Created on Tuesday, 17 September 2013 08:30
Days after the fire in Seaside Heights, executives from the New Jersey Business Action Center (BAC) joined members of Gov. Chris Christie's cabinet on the boardwalk to provide information on the state's swiftly created recovery grants of $50,000 and loans of up to $5 million for the dozens of businesses damaged or destroyed.
ParenteBeard - N.J. Chamber Survey | Business Leaders: Minimum Wage Increases Do Not Belong in the State Constitution
- Created on Tuesday, 10 September 2013 06:30
Seven out of ten business leaders in New Jersey say amending the state Constitution to mandate annual raises to the state minimum wage would damage New Jersey's efforts to retain and attract businesses; and more than half (53 percent) said it would have a harmful effect on their business, according to the ParenteBeard - New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Summer Survey of business leaders.
The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Honors Four Legislators and Two Business Advocates for Outstanding Economic Growth Work
- Created on Thursday, 05 September 2013 13:30
TRENTON - -- The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce announced that four state legislators have won the Chamber's biannual Legislative Awards. The Chamber also will be bestowing Business Advocates of the Year honors to a tireless Newark attorney who is fighting for smart growth; and to a groundbreaking member of Gov. Chris Christie's cabinet who is making dramatic changes to make his agency more efficient.
- Created on Tuesday, 03 September 2013 13:30
TRENTON - The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce today announced Lawrence Krompier has joined its leadership team as vice president of member services. Krompier, a resident of Millstone Township, was the N.J. Chamber's director of member services in 2007 and 2008.
- Created on Friday, 07 June 2013 18:13
Many of the tax incentive programs offered by the state to stimulate job creation will be merged into a single program thanks to a bill that will likely soon be passed by the Legislature and sent to the governor for his signature, said Bill Caruso, executive director of the Assembly Democratic Office and Mark Duffy, executive director of the Assembly Republican Office.
- Ralph Izzo, Head of PSEG, is New Chairman of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce
- N.J. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Thomas Bracken's statement on the passing of Senator Frank Lautenberg:
- Cornerstone New Jersey Members Meet with Gov. Christie's Chief of Staff and Chief Counsel
- Survey: Strong Majority of Business Leaders Support Re-Election of Gov. Christie