The New Jersey Business Coalition is inviting the media to cover a “State of New Jersey Business” virtual town hall with business owners and participating members of the coalition to discuss the current and future needs of the business community. 

The live, virtual event is scheduled from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 11. 

 This important discussion will highlight the needs of our New Jersey businesses and nonprofits as they lean into new business models, or the sustainability of their existing models, knowing that COVID-19 will continue to challenge us in this new year ahead,” said NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka. 

Reporters will be provided the opportunity to ask questions of business owners and business leaders during the discussion.

Anyone interested in joining the town hall event can register here.  

Industries represented during the call will include gyms, child care, retail, nonprofits, restaurants, supermarkets, mental health, dental and others. 

Legislators and representatives from the Governor’s office have also been invited to take part.

2 responses to “NJ Business Coalition, Business Owners to Take Part in ‘State of NJ Business’ Virtual Town Hall on Monday, Jan. 11 ”

  1. Mark Morgan says:

    How do us non-media members participate in this Town Hall. (I only see a link above for media to register.) I run the non-profit MoorestownTheaterCompany.org and would be interested in listening to this Town Hall.

  2. Bob Considine says:

    Hi Mark,
    Feel free to register through the same link and thanks very much for your interest!