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2015 11 19 Powser 50The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce congratulates the executives from our member companies who were named to the Real Estate Power 50, as determined by NJBIZ newspaper. These real estate movers and shakers include N.J. Chamber Board members Peter Cocoziello, CEO and president of Advance Realty; Gretchen Wilcox, CEO and president of G.S. Wilcox and Co.; and Ted Zangari, co-chair of the real estate department of the law firm Sills, Cummis & Gross.

Buzz AldrinWhen New Jersey-native Buzz Aldrin was a youngster, who could imagine that he - or anybody - would one day walk on the moon? But if you looked hard enough, there were celestial signs. His mother's maiden name was Moon. She was born the same year the Wright brothers first took flight. Aldrin's father was an aviator, and Buzz took a great interest in space exploration when he was a student at Montclair High School bound for West Point.

2015 Legislative and Business Award WinnersThe New Jersey Chamber of Commerce honored four legislators, two members of Gov. Chris Christie's cabinet and a tireless New Jersey bank executive - all of whom have gone above and beyond to help recharge New Jersey's business climate - at a reception in Bridgewater on Oct. 14.

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce announced that four state legislators have won the Chamber's biannual Legislators of the Year Award; and Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, Labor Department Commissioner Harold J. Wirths and PNC Bank Regional President Linda Bowden have been named Business Advocates of the Year.

Business leaders in New Jersey - presidents, CEOs and senior executives - love the Jersey Shore. That is clear according to the Baker Tilly - New Jersey Chamber of Commerce annual summer survey.

2015 New Jersey Business SummitSix panels of experts, more than 500 business leaders and the state's four top-ranking legislators – Democrats and Republicans – came together to problem-solve at the two-day New Jersey Business Summit in Atlantic City last week, Sept. 17 and 18. And there were more than two dozen media members there to document the affair.

This event was unprecedented in that it united more than 40 separate organizations that represent business, labor, hospitals, universities and nonprofits in a singular mission - address the most pressing issues stifling economic growth in the Garden State.

2015 02 09 NJBSPC tmThere has been much news coverage in advance of the first-ever New Jersey Business Summit, which will bring together business and political leaders at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City on September 17 and 18 to brainstorm solutions to the state's most pressing economic issues.

"We're not going to blame people, we're not going to finger point. We're going to look for solutions," Bracken said at a press conference on Sept. 2. The media event was attended by representatives of some of the 12 chambers of commerce and more than 20 business, labor and non-profit organizations that are supporting the Business Summit.

2015 Summit tmbThe state's top-ranking legislators - Senate President Steve Sweeney, Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean, Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto and Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick - are among the state leaders that will join business executives in a first-of-its-kind Business Summit at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City on Sept.17 and 18.

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce announced today that it is spearheading a first-of-its-kind Summit that will bring business executives from across New Jersey to the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City on Sept.17 and 18. The Summit will examine key issues that New Jersey government leaders must address to improve New Jersey's competitive standing in the nation and the world.

High taxes/high cost-of-living remains the single biggest obstacle to a full-blown economic recovery in New Jersey, say members of the State Chamber of Commerce in the Baker Tilly - New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Spring 2015 Economic Outlook Survey.