2020 Business Expo and Conference November 16
In spite of hardships everyone is facing with COVID-19, don’t miss the opportunity to promote your business, find employees, and stimulate local economic growth! Sign up now to exhibit, offer a workshop or seminar, and find employees at the JBIZ 2020 Business Expo and Conference hosted by Lakewood Township and the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce at the BlueClaws Stadium, First Energy Park, 2 Stadium Way, Lakewood, November 16 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is scheduled to give opening remarks; and Mark Zelden, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, D.C., and the director of the Centers for Faith and Opportunity Initiative will also speak.
Lakewood Mayor Ray Coles said, “Many businesses, employees, and employers have been severely affected economically by COVID. It is our hope that this Expo will help businesses gather resources to help our economy, foster business, and create employment for everyone in Lakewood and the surrounding communities.”
Duvi Honig, the founder of the Orthodox Jewish Chamber, said, “This is a time when we can all get together to empower each other and become stronger. The townships are standing together help all businesses, and to foster business development, services, and jobs for everyone. We urge all businesses to participate in this Expo to exhibit, become a partner, or be a sponsor.”
We encourage our leading businesses to exhibit and join as corporate sponsors. Anyone who would like to exhibit; offer workshops, presentations, or seminars should contact Esther at firstname.lastname@example.org. or call 732-987-7704 Ext. 104. Visit www.jbizexpo.com. The Expo will follow all COVID-19 guidelines.
The JBIZ 2020 Expo committee is made up of Senator Robert W. Singer, Deputy Minority Leader; County Commissioner Director Joseph H. Vicari, Chairman of Senior Services and County Operations; Duvi Honig, founder and CEO of the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce; and Mayors Carmen F. Amato, Berkeley Township; Raymond G. Coles, Lakewood Township; and Maurice (Mo) B. Hill, Toms River.