BAYONNE, NJ - Ten local business participated in a business success seminar in Bayonne City Hall on June 5, according to city officials.

In a prepared statement Mayor Jimmy Davis said that the event was hosted by the Bayonne Special Improvement District/Urban Enterprise Zone (SID/UEZ) in partnership with Hudson County Community College and the Hudson County Economic Development Corporation, and focused on various forms of training available to help businesses succeed, including in in Microsoft Office, customer service, business writing, English as a Second Language (ESL), and math.  

Hudson County Community College also offers training in marketing and social media, in order to help businesses grow, participants learned.

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Speakers included Hudson County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Michelle Richardson, Hudson County Community College Dean Lori Margolin, Kenneth O’Neill of BCB Community Bank.

“I would like to thank all of the speakers for coming to help Bayonne-based businesses,” Davis said. “We are grateful to Hudson County Community College and the Hudson County Economic Development Corporation for joining with the Bayonne Special Improvement District/Urban Enterprise Zone for this important seminar.”   

Bayonne Business Adminstrator, and SID/UEZ Coordinator Terrence Malloy insisted training such as this one would be the last. “The Bayonne SID/UEZ will continue working with Bayonne businesses and organizations to promote success and growth in our community.”

Training is available for business owners and employees, as well as non-profit organizations, speakers said. For more information readers can email Aycha Edwards at Hudson County Community College by clicking here.

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