Business Networking Breakfast Coming To East Brunswick Public Library

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJAre you a small business owner or manage a business in the Middlesex County area? Would you like to connect with other local businesses?

East Brunswick Public Library’s Business Resource Center (2 Jean Walling Civic Center) will host a business networking breakfast on Tuesday, May 9 from 8 to 9:30 am.

“Over the last year, our business networking events have really grown in popularity,” said Jennifer Podolsky, East Brunswick Public Library director. “These breakfasts have been a great way for local business people to come together.”

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Attendees will be able to promote their services, generate leads and connect with other business leaders in the community. Participants are advised to bring business cards and be prepared to speak about their business.

The meeting will also feature brief presentations from the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce and Corfacts, an online business and marketing directory database that East Brunswick Public Library customers can access.

A light breakfast will be served. The event is sponsored by Corfacts.

The event is free and open to the public. To register, please e-mail cbarnes@ebpl.org or call 732-390-6762.

The business networking breakfast is part of East Brunswick Public Library’s Business Resource Connection initiative, which connects small business, entrepreneurs and job seekers within Middlesex County to resources, training and network opportunities. Information about other Business Resource Connection programs and services can be found online at www.ebpl.org/brc.

Welcome to TAP into East Brunswick's weekly update of news and events from the East Brunswick Public Library.  These columns are brought to you by Christopher Barnes,  the voice of EBPL's online outreach.

Christopher Barnes

East Brunswick Public Library

2 Jean Walling Civic Center

East Brunswick, NJ 08816

p: 732-390-6772

e: cbarnes@ebpl.org

 

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