HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton Township's flagship business organization will host a webinar to help local businesses navigate the choppy waters of the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The two-part webinar, scheduled for Tuesday, April 28, will feature discussions on federal and state relief efforts, local support, COVID-19 related requirements and opportunities.
The program also will address efforts toward "re-opening under the 'new normal' and how the community and business will work together to adjust during this unprecedented time for economic health and well-being of greater Mercer businesses and the community as a whole."
"During these unprecedented times, we at the Hamilton Partnership are trying to provide as many tools as possible to our local businesses to help to support them through these challenging times as they are the heart and soul of our community," said Jeanine Cimino, chairman of the Hamilton Partnership Board.
Starting at 9:00 a.m., the two-hour webinar will be moderated by Gary Forshner - Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP and will include Hamilton Township Mayor Jeff Martin and local business and community leaders.
Panel 1 will begin at 9:00 am and include: Richard Freeman, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton’s President and Chief Executive Officer; Frank Lucchesi of Public Service Electric and Gas; Fred Dumont, Hamilton Township director of Community Planning and Compliance; Assemblyman Wayne DeAngelo, who also serves as assistant business administrator at IBEW Local #269; Hamilton Councilman Anthony Carabelli Jr., who is the director of Mercer County Economic Development; and Elizabeth Meyers, president of Meyers Messaging.
Panel 2 will begin at 10:00 am with Jeanine Cimino of Berkshire Bank; Tom Troy of Sharbell Development; Jerry Fennelly of NAI Fennelly; Greg Blair of Nottingham Insurance; Andre Caldini of Northfield Bank; and Lee Boss of Mercadien PC.
To register for The Hamilton Part webinar CLICK HERE.
Since 1993, The Hamilton Partnership has worked with local business owners, government officials, and private industry business leaders to deliver services and employment opportunities to the Hamilton Township.
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