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The Web Equals or Surpasses Traditional Face-to-Face or Phone Contact for Finding New Customers

How profoundly the internet has changed the way business is conducted is clearly illustrated in the new CohnReznick - New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Spring 2016 Business Climate Survey of New Jersey business leaders released today.

Walter Brasch was elected treasurer of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce by the Board of Directors at its June 8 meeting. Brasch, who has served on the Board for six years, is partner and chief business development officer at PKF O’Connor Davies, the accounting and consulting services firm in Cranford.

First, the N.J. Chamber applauds Senate President Steve Sweeney, Sen. Steven Oroho, Sen. Paul Sarlo, Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg, Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald and Sen. Joe Kyrillos for their work on this proposal and their willingness to work to find solutions to these difficult issues in an effective and bipartisan way.

2016 06 09 Open HouseBusiness leaders, legislators and state government department heads, including Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, packed the galleries and the outdoor pavilions of the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton on June 9 for the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce's 19th Annual Open House.

2016 05 23 Booker tmbWhen Sen. Cory Booker arrived in Washington a few years ago, he was a national figure with a huge Twitter following and a personal mission to reach across the aisle to get things done. You can say he still has national credibility. When there is a U.S. Supreme Court vacancy, his name comes up. When there is talk about Hillary Clinton's running mate, his name comes up.

2016 05 18 njcc golf tmPro athletes in every sport seem to have two things in common - they love to golf and they are good at it. Former New Jersey Devils goalie Chris Terreri supported that notion by nailing a hole-in-one on Hole 13 at the New Jersey Chamber Challenge golf outing at The Bedens Brook Club in Skillman on May 16.

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce welcomes the news that the state's Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund is back to fiscal health and that New Jersey employers will realize $380 million in tax savings beginning in July, 2016.

2016 05 10 RTB tmbState leaders have no shortage of "looming disasters" to solve, ranging from a fund to pay for road, bridge and mass transit maintenance that is on the verge of insolvency to a fund to pay public workers' pensions that is falling further into debt at a pace of $10 million per day, Assemblyman Gary Schaer told N.J. Chamber members. And that doesn't include other issues bouncing around the State House, such as education funding, higher education funding and how to address Atlantic City's budget issues, the assemblyman added.

N.J. Chamber President and CEO Tom Bracken's statement on the state Senate's decision not to vote on paid sick leave legislation:

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce believes it is good news that the New Jersey state Senate decided not to vote Monday on Senate Bill S799, the legislation that forces employers to offer paid sick leave.

N.J. Chamber President and CEO Tom Bracken's statement on Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick's proposal for the legislative leaders and the governor to meet quarterly to discuss issues facing the state:

What Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick is saying is what the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce has been preaching since the New Jersey Business Summit last September: Ongoing face-to-face dialogue is the best way to work through issues the state is facing and the best way to formulate actions and remedies.