HANOVER TOWNSHIP — Governor Murphy is scheduled to make opening remarks at the virtual 2021 Mayors Summit on Small Business hosted by the Meadowlands Chamber. A host of Mayors including Secaucus Mayor Mike Gonnelli, Wood-Ridge Mayor and NJ Senator Paul Sarlo, Rutherford Mayor Frank Nunziato, and others will also talk about their community efforts. Tom Bergeron, Publisher of ROI-NJ will moderate comments by Hanover Township Mayor John Ferramosca and Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop.
Chris Mead, author of the book Magicians of Main Street which was recently featured on the cover of the Wall Street Journal will keynote this free event on Tuesday, March 30 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. that will focus on innovative ways for small and main street business owners to achieve post-pandemic economic recovery.
“This is a forum for small and main street businesses to interact with mayors and local officials about practices and policies that can help their businesses recover from the forced closures and occupancy restrictions,” said Jim Kirkos, President and CEO of the Meadowlands Chamber. “Sharing ideas and developing creative solutions is an all hands-on deck situation and just like we did after Superstorm Sandy and other disasters, we will get through this by helping each other.”
The 2021 Mayors Summit is sponsored by Hudson Regional Hospital, PSEG, SUEZ, American Dream, Delta Dental, ELEC 825, Fairleigh Dickenson University, IBEW Local 164, J. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Lyft, NJM Insurance Group, Provident Bank, and Russo Development.
Register by clicking here to receive an invitation to the virtual conference as well as for instructions on how to ask a question to the panel.
For more information about this and other Meadowlands Chamber events as well as sponsorship opportunities call (201) 939-0707 or email email@example.com.