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The Sept. 21, 2020 Edition of NJBIZ

Sept. 21, 2020 Edition of NJBIZ

This week's digital edition of NJBIZ – featuring the Red Bulls work to pivot to provide value to fans, and marketing partners, during pandemic times; tax break programs moving right along in NJ; our property/casualty insurance spotlight; and more – open to all, subscriber or not.

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Step aside Darwin (access required)

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NJBIZ spoke with some New Jersey experts who agree that sweeping changes are coming to property and casualty insurance operations and technology—and are confident that they’ll be able to handle them while continuing to provide top-notch service to business and other customers.

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OPINION: Making it work

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Companies are dealing with the new normal of the on-site workplace while having to balance a hybrid off-site workforce, and maintaining company culture and connection. Corporate Essentials CEO Judson Kleinman offers insight for what employers can do to support their teams as the economy, and their offices, reopen.

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Changing goals (access required)

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“When we first started, we established that we would look at four priorities, first one being communication, second being engagement, third one being preparation – how do we [prepare for when the players] return to play – and the fourth being relationship. How does that relationship change during this time when there’s so many questions, so many things up in the air,” Red Bulls Chief Marketing and Revenue Officer Joe Stetson said.

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OPINION: Historic precedent

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Business insurance has been at the backbone of businesses large and small for centuries. In fact, it was available at the end of the 17th century, when London’s growing importance as a center for trade was increasing demand for marine insurance. And, enterprises learned, even then, that if they were forced to close following a disaster, they ran the risk of never opening their doors again.

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Tips for the perplexed (access required)

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Purchasing commercial property & casualty insurance is like going to the dentist: It may not be pleasant, but you’re in big trouble if you put it off. Some common-sense steps could make it less painful and, potentially, less expensive.

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Cure needed (access required)

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Worldwide, commercial insurance pricing increased for the 11th consecutive quarter in Q2 of 2020, according to the most recent Global Insurance Market Index released by Marsh LLC, a global insurance broking and risk management company.

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Time to think small

Panelists Dale Caldwell, executive director of the FDU Rothman Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Andrew Frazier, founder of SmallBusinessLikeAPro.com; Jill Johnson, chief executive officer of the Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership; and Wendy Oliveras, founder of Shess Global Alliance LLC take part in the NJBIZ Conversations: Startups And Early Stage Investing virtual discussion on Sept. 14, 2020.

NJBIZ Panelists Dale Caldwell, executive director of the FDU Rothman Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Andrew Frazier, founder of SmallBusinessLikeAPro.com; Jill Johnson, chief executive officer of the Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership; and Wendy Oliveras, founder of Shess Global Alliance LLC offer advice to startups on coping with the pandemic.

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