East Orange Chamber of Commerce Hosts Inaugural Business Breakfast to Enthusiastic Group of Professionals

June 18, 2017

EAST ORANGE, NJ - The East Orange Chamber of Commerce hosted its inaugural business breakfast which included an impressive group of business owners and public service professionals over the weekend.

Most notable among the attendees for the event was East Orange Mayor Lester Taylor, 3rd Ward Councilwoman Quilla Talmadge, Keynote speaker Jill Johnson, CEO of the Institute For Entrepreneurial ...

East Orange Chamber of Commerce Makes a Comeback

EAST ORANGE, NJ - The Chamber of Commerce for the City of East Orange is making major changes for 2017, in hope of benefiting the city’s residents, businesses and overall economy. 

The proposed changes include a new President, an array of networking and educational events, a new social media manager, enhanced communication with the city’s residents and business owners, and ...

ChangeMakers Radio Show Will Host A Two Hour Special This Saturday to Include the EO Chamber of Commerce and Mayoral Hopeful John Thompson

EAST ORANGE, NJ - The ChangeMakers Radio Show will extend the show from its usual format to a two hour presentation.  

During the first hour ChangeMakers will meet with George Williams owner of the Nishuane Group, East Orange Chamber of Commerce (EOCOC) President Patrick Reid, EOCOC Program Committee Co-Chair Tiffany Sobers and East Orange Planning Director Valerie Jackson to discuss an ...

East Orange Multi-Family Sale Sets All-Time High Per-Unit-Price

EAST ORANGE, NJ – Gebroe-Hammer Associates has established a new, all-time-high price-per-unit benchmark within one of the state’s hottest urban multi-family submarkets with the $11.25 million sale of 44 luxury apartment-rental units at 75 Prospect St., in East Orange – known as the “Castle on Prospect.” 

Managing Director David Oropeza, the firm’s ...

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Fill the Local News Void and Create a Profitable Business: Start TAPinto in Your Town

July 12, 2017

Many newspapers are regionalizing their coverage or being acquired by media conglomerates and laying off journalists, creating a void in local news coverage, not only in New Jersey but throughout the country.

As a result, there is less and less local coverage of your local government and board of education, high school sports, charitable events and other newsworthy local happenings, ...