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Thursday, May 16, 2019Business Education

The Future of Passaic Co. Infrastructure & Business Grants

The Future of Passaic Co. Infrastructure & Business Grants

The Future of Infrastructure in Passaic County

Moderator: John Bartlett, Freeholder Director
 Anthony Sytko, Regional Manager, Office of Community and Constituent Relations, NJDOT

Michael Everett, Resident engineer Route 3/46 Project, NJDOT
Ricardo Fernandez, PP, AICP, QPA, Business Administrator, City of Passaic

Financing Programs from the NJ EDA
Monika Athwal, Business Development Officer 
New Jersey Economic Development Authority


How to Benefit from New Jersey’s Energy Efficiency Incentive Programs
Michael M. Mandzik, Jr., MSEM, CEP, Regional Accounts Manager, TRC/NJ Clean Energy Program 
Jeffrey Burger, Business Development Manager, WILLDAN – PSE&G Direct Install


Customized Training Programs for Your Company
Dr. Bernadette Tiernan, Director William Paterson University 
School of Continuing and Professional Education

Hiring Incentives from the NJ Department of Labor
Maribel Fermin, NJ Department of Labor & Workforce Development
Hank Mackowiak, Passaic County Workforce Development Center

Cost: FREE

Thursday, May 16, 2019 8:30 AM thru 12:30 PM

William Paterson University Business Campus

1600 Valley Rd.

Wayne, NJ 07470 

For More Info:
Passaic County Division of Economic Dev.

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About Us - Tri-County Chamber of Commerce | Wayne, NJ

About Us

The rich history of the Tri-County Chamber of Commerce now spans more than a half-century as one of New Jersey’s premier business organizations. In that 50 years, our Chamber has grown into a bountiful group of business experts and caring professionals. It is a true business mosaic; where many unique pies come together to form an enthusiastic platform to meet the ever- expanding needs of our members. We endure.

Formed at the epicenter of American industrialism, The Tri-County Chamber has seen, supported and passionately endorsed each economic era ever since. Today, we are a dynamic, vibrant group with both relevant business memories and extraordinary visioning skills. We know business.

Our legacy stretches through periods of tremendous economic transitions and cultural shifts. As witnesses to both the robust and the challenging cycles of business, we pride ourselves on our ability to neatly navigate and quickly adapt. As we embrace each age, we also prepare for the next. We operate in the present but never take our eyes off the horizon. We are partners in your future.

Our Mission

As stated by our distinguished Board of Directors, the mission of The Tri-County Chamber of Commerce is to serve its members by cultivating a favorable environment in which Business, Government, Education and the Community at Large can interact. For the benefit of all.

Like other organizations, we are tasked with many responsibilities. However, we never lose sight of the fact that we are here, first, to serve our members. By doing so, we create more than just potential financial rewards for them. We produce an engaging network where every business, every member – regardless of their size, their service or their years – has real opportunities with other “best-in-class” individuals and organizations. No one prospers unless we all prosper.

Our Values

As an organization, our breadth is far greater than the sum of our parts. We are a network of individuals. Our “product” does not come off a shelf. What we offer is far-reaching support and trust-based relationships. As such, our values are people-driven and unbending. We take our values personally.

All of our bridges – to the world of business, to local government and to the greater communities we serve – are held by the twin cables of integrity and ethics. As a place where leaders often emerge, we demonstrate the enduring strength of equality, honesty, respect, financial responsibility, volunteerism and friendship. We strive to do things right but we never fail to do the right thing.

Our Region…Our Home

Within just 20 miles of New York City, the Tri-County Chamber of Commerce service area offers “the best of both worlds”: Neighborhoods that provide small town charm without sacrificing accessibility to big city amenities.

Served by bus, rail and an extensive highway system, these communities offer vital shopping districts, a desirable real estate market, a talented and powerful workforce as well as a diverse business community, all within close proximity.

According to 2000 figures from CACI, the communities that make up the Tri-County Chamber of Commerce service area boast nearly 5 billion dollars a year in retail buying power. Also, 40% of the households in this market average an income greater than $75,000.

All things considered, the Tri-County Chamber of Commerce service area is an especially appealing place to live and a lucrative place in which to conduct business. We are proud to call it home.

Join Our Chamber

Membership in the Tri-County Chamber of Commerce can be your link to other business professionals, who, like you, are serious about doing business. Joining the organization is just the first step. Membership goes far beyond a sticker in your window or being listed in the Chamber Directory, it gives you access to numerous publicity and promotional opportunities.

The Tri-County Chamber of Commerce has and will continue to serve our community of business professionals with programs and services focused on our primary goal, that being to help you do more business.

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