Below is a list of important NJ events that will be occurring throughout the state in May of this year. Each is designed to foment greater cooperation among residents and regional leaders alike, helping to build and maintain a more vibrant community.
Energy & Utility Leadership Forum (May 10th at the Westin Mount Laurel)
The utility and energy sector is a key area of growth within New Jersey, especially as it transitions into a green region. The latest policy targets involve producing energy that is one hundred percent renewable by the year 2035. This can be accomplished through the usage of offshore wind and maintaining the drinking water of the state through investment into infrastructure. Those who attend this event will get to listen to the leader of an offshore beach wind firm, along with the heads of various energy and utility enterprises who will explain their vision for transforming both their businesses and the state itself.
2019 Network Connection Series (May 9 at the Caffee Aldo Lamberti)
This event involves an informal selection of various Chamber members as well as other guests, who will meet for lunch at the Caffe Aldo Lamberti at Cherry Hill. This is one of the year’s most important networking events where numerous New Jersey business owners and political dignitaries will get the opportunity to mingle while exchanging information over a delicious feast. Attendance requires a registration fee of $28 for each member and can be paid either in advance or at the entrance through the usage of a credit card or cash.
CCSNJ Annual Spring Golf Classic (May 2 at Ron Jaworksi’s Running Deer Golf Club in Pittsgrove)
On May 2nd, hundreds of local golfers are expected to attend the annual Spring Golf Classic. This is the perfect opportunity to get together with old friends and make new ones, networking and socializing with some of the state’s most successful residents. Enjoy wonderful weather, great tasting food and drinks. Each round of golf will played at the upscale and exclusive Running Deer Golf Club.
Women’s Conference (May 31st at the Westin Mount Laurel)
This event is designed for women who operate a business in New Jersey. It will start with breakfast at 7:45 a.m., after which Debra P. DiLorenzo will welcome the audience. A panel discussion will also be held, along with a lecture on the role of workplace women and how to overcome failure to achieve financial independence. Dee C. Marshall, the CEO of Diverse and Engaged, is also expected to give a keynote speech. To attend CCSNJ members who are preregistered must pay $40, while those who register after May 28th must pay a $50 fee.
State Affairs Committee (Woodcrest Country Club on May 15th)
This event will feature a presentation by Greenwald, a longtime Majority Leader within the State Assembly. He will provide an insight and overview of the newest policy issues affecting the state and residents, along with the state budget for 2020 and other important subjects which will be of interest to the local business community.