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EisnerAmper, NJSBDC to sponsor seminar promoting availability of federal grants

The New Jersey Small Business Development Centers and EisnerAmper LLP are arranging a grant proposal writing seminar to fix that. The event is scheduled 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26 at the New Jersey Economic Development Authority Commercialization Center on Route 1 in North Brunswick. Randy Harmon, technology commercialization consultant for NJSBDC, says ...

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Assembly panel passes bill prohibiting companies from requiring contract disputes be settled out-of-state

The bill, which is sponsored by four Assembly Democrats, was released with a 3-1 vote by the Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee. Sponsors claim prohibiting requirements found in consumer contracts that disputes be settled out-of-state will help to level the playing field between consumers and businesses. “Consumers deserve fair consideration when it comes to resolving these ...

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10 years, rent free City landlords say E013 offers a way

It may sound too good to be true, but landlords such as C&K Properties beg to differ. With New Jersey’s newly revamped business incentives, the owners of 2 Gateway Center in Newark say it’s entirely possible — even probable — for a tenant that meets the right criteria. “There’s lot of boxes you have to ...

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Jersey City mayor calls Port Authority chairman’s claim of compliance wrong

Port Authority Chairman David Samson told NJBIZ this week his Authority is “in compliance” with its obligations, despite the recent $400 million lawsuit.But Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop was quick to answer Samson’s claim. Fulop said on Twitter (embedded below), referring to the Authority’s delayed response as well as Samson’s claim, “they finally woke up ...

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5 Ocean City businesses receive Stronger NJ grants

Pelican Pete’s Island Car Wash, Neal’s A&D Tire Service, Christina’s Butterfly Boutique, Making Waves and Serendipity Bed and Breakfast were the announced recipients. The program offers grants of up to $50,000 to businesses that were damaged during superstorm Sandy. The EDA says that it has thus far approved over $6.6 million in grants to 132 ...

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