New Jersey's Acting Governor Kim Guadagno today addressed the Morris County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) as the keynote speaker of the 10th annual Business and Municipal Growth Forum in Whippany.
“My message here is the one I share throughout the state – New Jersey is committed to helping this business community thrive and expand,” said Acting Governor Guadagno. “The combined efforts of the Morris County Economic Development Corporation and the New Jersey Partnership for Action help drive economic growth in the region, and we will continue to look for ways to work together to improve our state’s business climate.”
A division of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce, MCEDC was established in 1992 as a partnership of business and government. MCEDC is dedicated to growing the economy of Morris County through programs and services that result in business attraction, creation, retention and expansion.
The Annual Business and Municipal Growth Forum is attended by business leaders and government officials from throughout Morris County and provides information and guidance to help the business community and municipalities spur economic development.
“Our members were eager to hear from Acting Governor Guadagno today,” said Paul Boudreau, President of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce. “The Acting Governor made it very clear that continuing to make New Jersey more competitive will deliver jobs and positively impact everyone in the state.”
With more than 850 members, the Morris County Chamber of Commerce supports strong economic growth and promotes a vibrant business community. For more information on the Morris County Chamber of Commerce, please visit the Chamber’s website at: www.morrischamber.org.
Businesses considering a move or in need of assistance are encouraged to call New Jersey's Business Action Center at (866) 534-7789 or visit the State's Business Portal at www.newjerseybusiness.gov.