The ping of driver meeting golf ball. The smell of fresh cut grass. The chirping of birds. And a beautiful golf course. This was the setting on May 15 for the 6th annual N.J. Chamber Golf Challenge, where business leaders plied their skill on 18 holes at the elegant Bedens Brook Club in Skillman.
Democratic Assemblyman Gary S. Schaer and Republican Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco pointed out the good (transportation funding and repeal of the estate tax) and the bad (the pension deficit and skyrocketing health care costs) in New Jersey's upcoming state budget. Their breakdown came during the May 16 New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Roundtable Breakfast at the National Conference Center in East Windsor.
State Sen. Joe Vitale, a Democrat and a leading voice in healthcare policy in the Legislature, was the featured speaker at an April 7 New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Roundtable Breakfast.
He was straight to the point: Replacing the federal Affordable Care Act, he said, "would be a disaster for New Jersey" because it would reduce funding for Medicaid, reduce health services, lower payments to hospitals, and push up the cost of state-funded charity care.
NJBIZ newspaper released its Power 50 Health Care list this week - a list of what the newspaper considers the most powerful people in the New Jersey healthcare sector - and it features six members of the N.J. Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
As a leader in workforce development throughout the state, the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation constantly receives requests from school administrators and directors of community-based organizations for available internship opportunities for young adults. Unfortunately, there just aren’t enough internship opportunities to go around, and those that do exist often don’t allow the interns to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty in meaningful projects.
That is why the Chamber Foundation created the Remote Internship Experience (RIE), in which teams of young adults serve as “remote interns” for their communities.
The 80th Annual Walk to Washington and Congressional Dinner, on Feb. 16 and 17, 2017, was the biggest in a decade with nearly 1,000 of New Jersey's business and government leaders on board the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce's chartered Amtrak train to D.C.
NJTV News called it, "a gathering of eagles, the state's most powerful business and political leaders riding the rails."
Richard S. Mroz, president of the state Board of Public Utilities since 2014, discussed New Jersey's Energy Master Plan and… Read More