From NJ Spotlight on Jan. 17, 2017: “… Also supporting the spending was the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, a business lobbying group that has raised concerns in recent years about the state losing too many of its college students to other states. A NJBIA study of outmigration trends that was released last year showed a net loss of 57,566 New Jersey residents between the ages of 18 and 34 in the 2007 to 2014 period. The study also revealed millennials were leaving New Jersey at higher rates than any other age group.
This year, NJBIA held a very successful Innovation Summit at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab. Many innovators, entrepreneurs and higher education partners attended. We all know that the most important aspect of our Innovation Agenda is to bolster public-private partnerships. Bringing New Jersey businesses together with our higher education institutions is the only way to […]
A-617 (Moriarty, Bramnick, Benson, Wimberly, Andrzejczak) Prohibits advertisers from sending unsolicited text messages and requires telecommunications companies that sell text messaging services to offer customers the option of blocking all incoming and outgoing text messages. Violators may be fined $500 for the first violation and up to $1,000 for subsequent violations. Signed by the Governor […]
For those that missed it last week, NJBIA hosted the Second Annual Innovation Summit at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory on Nov. 2nd. The event was well received by the attendees, speakers, sponsors and press. The event was kicked off by keynote speaker Bob Hugin, executive chairman of Celgene Corporation, who discussed the importance of […]
The future of New Jersey’s economy is linked to the state’s ability to attract innovative high-tech companies: the kinds that rely on research and development as much as marketing and sales for their success. That’s why NJBIA has been steadily working to build up New Jersey’s innovation ecosystem for the last six years. That effort […]