What Defines The Economic Viability of Central Jersey? Find Out on Jan. 15


The Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce(MCRCC) will once again explore the region’s economic viability with its fourth installment of its Scrambled Eggs Economics for Breakfast series. The ongoing forum examines how this critical part of the state can leverage its resources into sustainable economic development policy.

The discussion, “Understanding Us,” will take place Thursday, Jan. 15, 8:30 a.m., at the Forsgate Country Club, 375 Forsgate Dr, Monroe Township, NJ.

“Brand identity is the key to any successful organization,” said Lina Llona, President of the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce. “Central Jersey has traits that are truly unique in this state, but how we harness those assets will define our continued success,” she added.

The series represents a continued, open and honest discussion featuring thought leaders who can provide insight on global and regional economic factors in an increasingly global Central Jersey. The series launched in May 2014 as a rejuvenated extension of the Chamber’s successful “Meet the Mayors” economic development series.

The event will be hosted and moderated by Rutgers University Prof. Arturo E. Osorio, fellow at the Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development.

The Scrambled Eggs Economics for Breakfast is sponsored by Small Business Development  Centers(SBDC) New Jersey, Rutgers-New Brunswick, Johnson & Johnson, M&T Bank, and Prologis. For further information, please call MCRCC at 732-745-8090.



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