Honoring New Jersey Companies that Care

By Anthony Russo, President, CIANJ MORE THAN 200 New Jersey busi­ness leaders attend­ed the Sixth Annual Companies that Care Awards, co-present­ed by the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ) and COMMERCE. Held at Nanina’s in the Park in Belleville, New Jersey, on March 19, 2019, the event recognized companies for their charitable and philanthropic programs that care for
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CIANJ’s New Board Members are Top New Jersey Business Leaders

THIS MONTH’S cover story salutes today’s heroes—first responders, veterans, diversity champions and sports stars, showcasing George Martin, co-captain of the 1986 Super Bowl Champion New York Giants; Medal of Honor recipient Col. Jack Jacobs; the late General Norman H. Schwarzkopf, Commander-in-Chief of U.S. Central Command during Operation Desert Shield/Storm (the first Gulf War); and New Jersey police and firefighters. In
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CIANJ’s 91st Annual Meeting & Luncheon: Richard W. Abramson Elected Chairman

THE COMMERCE and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ) marked 91 years of advocacy for New Jersey’s business community and fighting for free enterprise at its 91st Annual Meeting & Luncheon, held Oct. 26, 2018, at the Hilton Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey. More than 500 business and community leaders attended the VIP event, which offered top-level networking for
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Hungary…for New Business Opportunities

I WENT TO Budapest, Hungary, to learn about business opportunities, and to acquire knowledge that I can use as I advocate for compa­nies in New Jersey. My three-day trip was about building bridges and connect­ing businesses in New Jersey with oppor­tunities and companies in Hungary. Located in central Europe, Hungary is similar in size to New Jersey in terms of
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Honoring New Jersey, Veterans, Farmers and New Technologies

WITH THE Battleship USS New Jersey anchored for history in Camden, our state pays trib­ute to military serv­ice and offers an opportunity for the next generation to learn about the sacrifices that were made so they could be free. This is a valuable lesson, and a particularly poignant one this month, when we commemorate Veterans Day (November 11). In May
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