About Us

COMMERCE, the flagship publication of the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ), reaches more than 40,000 business leaders. Established more than 40 years ago, COMMERCE is dedicated to covering key business trends and issues and advocating for New Jersey’s business community. In addition to being a benefit of CIANJ membership, COMMERCE is mailed to senior executives at New Jersey’s largest and most successful companies. Added distribution channels include bonus distribution at all CIANJ events throughout the Garden State, tenants of Mack-Cali Realty Corp.’s Class “A” properties, all elected government officials (state and federal) representing New Jersey and via United/Continental Airlines’ elite President’s Club venues.

June 2017

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May 2017

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April 2017

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March 2017

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February 2017

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January 2017

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December 2016

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November 2016

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October 2016

ON THE COVER: Shark Tank’s Barbara Corcoran Shares Her Formulas for Success;

A New Medical School for New Jersey; Annual Hospital CEO Roundtable; Fostering Wellness, Fighting Diabetes; Healthcare/Biotechnology Innovations; Pharma/Biotech/Medical Technology; The Changing Face of Plastic Surgery; Experiments in Free Enterprise Introduce Ideas to the Market; CPAs “Quarterback” Financial Game Plans for Their Clients; Banks Enable Entrepreneurs to
Prosper/Get Their “Just Desserts”; Attorneys Help Business Owners Spot Potential Risks and Liability; Hackensack Meridian Health is Changing the State of Healthcare; NJDEP Commissioner Bob Martin Discusses Key Environmental Issues

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September 2016

COVER STORY: STEM Degrees are in Demand and Students, Schools and Employers are Taking Action

To Boldly Go Where Few Have Gone Before: Astronaut Dr. Leroy Chiao; Expanding STEM Degree Programs at NJ’s Top Colleges & Universities; Being Prepared for Potential Trouble: Security Best Practices for U.S. Firms; A Clear and Present Danger: Hackers are Stealing Valuable Business Data; Forensic CPAs are Catching Many White Collar Criminals with Math; National Ovarian/Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: Get Tested; Banking on Millennials: A Growing Technology-Savvy Customer Base; Defending Against Spill Act Liability; NJDEP Commissioner Bob Martin; Changing Environmental Standards; Compound Specific Isotope Analysis

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