CLARK, NJ - Individuals are not the only ones making plans, setting goals and pledging resolutions  at the start of a New Year.   Business owners are often doing the same as the January calendar starts.   During Wednesday's Clark Chamber of Commerce meeting, discussion was shared about what some local businesses would be doing more or less of in their business in 2020. More marketing, less time wasted on practices that don't yield results, mastering LinkedIn, making more connections to other business owners, getting involved in the community and learning new skills were some ideas that lead to a discussion among members.

The meeting was hosted by the Clark Public Library.  Director Megan Kociolek and Reference Librarian Erin Coffey walked members through how to use databases made available by the state of New Jersey to business owners looking to target marketing and more.  

The Clark Chamber of Commerce is part of the Gateway Chamber of Commerce which boasts membership of over 1,200.   Meetings are held monthly in Clark.  Visitors are welcome.  For more information about attending the next meeting, contact (908) 352-0900 or email

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