Choose New Jersey Inc. has named Margie Piliere, a new chief economic development officer, replacing Michael Chrobak, who left last month.
Ever since Governor Chris Christie took office in 2010, there has been a continuous argument over how much information should be disclosed on the distribution of the $5 billion tax incentives. Christie himself would rather take a 'holistic' approach given that projects are ongoing...
Citing her long experience in government — and in running government agencies — the board of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority selected Melissa Orsen as its new chief executive officer Thursday morning during its scheduled meeting in Trenton.
Save the Date -- June 1, 2015 at the Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club for the 25th Annual Higgins Classic, one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in New Jersey. Your support of this tournament enables more than 24,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities to train and compete year-round in 24 Olympic-type sports, completely free of charge.
Join us for an in-depth look into the opportunities and alternatives that exist from Timothy Comerford, SVP of Biggins Lacy Shapiro & Company and Managing Director of Sugarloaf Associates LLC
Over 70 economic development enthusiasts turned out to for EDANJ’s Summer Soiree at McLoone’s Supper Club & Asbury Park Grill on the clear, sunny afternoon of June 17, 2014 to hear from Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno and Tom Gilmour, the Director of Economic Development for Asbury Park.
Mr. Maraziti, a pioneer in the fields of environmental and redevelopment law in New Jersey and a former chairman of the State Planning Commission, will be presented with the Cary Edwards Leadership Award at the annual Smart Growth Awards celebration.
New programs are attracting businesses big and small to New Jersey's battered cities and aging suburban office parks, but questions remain. Three months after the biggest reforms to the state’s business attraction and retention policies went into effect, supporters of the new programs are hailing their early successes with phrases like "dramatic sea change." These advocates -- which include real estate attorneys, brokers, and development professionals -- may have good reason to believe that the Economic Opportunity Act of 2013 (EO13) is working as planned. In fact, they may have 63 of them.
EDANJ is a professional association to provide an exchange of professional and technical information with respect to economic development. During the five plus decades of EDANJ's existence, the level of sophistication in the fields of finance, real estate, environmental and international trade and environmental matters has changed dramatically. Today's professionals must continually seek educational and technical training in order to remain competitive. Learn about our new members...