Wednesday, November 18

Central NJ Nonprofit Council: Pandemic Partnerships, Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce. Panel discussion between area business and nonprofit leaders to learn about how businesses and nonprofits have come together during the pandemic in new and unique ways. Register. 1 to 2:30 p.m.

Thursday, October 19

Making, Growing and Maintaining Connections – During 2020 and Beyond, Women in Development. Karen Hollywood, WID Mercer board vice president and director of corporate and foundation engagement at Grounds For Sculpture, discusses donor engagement and networking via Zoom. Annual WID membership, $50, required. Register. Noon to 1 p.m.

Joshua Zinder

Design in the Post-Pandemic World Webinar Series, American Institute of Architects New Jersey Chapter. Princeton-based architect Joshua Zinder and others discuss how architects are leveraging their skills and creativity to provide counsel and services to business owners, developers, and property managers in light of the challenges brought on by COVID-19. Other panelists include Bruce D. Turner and Stacy Kliesch. Register. 12:30 p.m.

Business After Business Virtual Networking, Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce. Re-engage with chamber friends for a fun evening of virtual networking, cocktails and connections from your home. Attendees have the opportunity to present a 30-second commercial and participate in breakout discussion groups. Register. $25; $15 members. 5 to 7 p.m.

Friday, November 20

JobSeekers, Professional Service Group of Mercer County. HR Director Colleen Ferrary offers an interactive lesson on interviewing designed to give you different perspectives on the interview process while unearthing tools to fuel your success. 9:45 a.m. to noon.

Saturday, November 21

Digital Marketing During a Crisis, Princeton SCORE. Panel discussion about what tools to use, how you can manage your brand, how you can make the most of digital marketing, and other tips and advice. Speakers include Ryan Harbinson, a former COO with 15 years of sales and marketing experience; Alexandra Cohen, founder of a boutique consulting firm focused on startups, small businesses, and nonprofits; and Sunny Sandhu is a co-founder of Tigers for Nassau, a Princeton University student-driven initiative created to assist local small businesses adapt digitally to Covid-19 and beyond through pro-bono consulting services. Register. Free. 10 a.m.

Tuesday, November 24

Is Your Business Using Its Cash Flow Correctly?, Princeton SCORE. Parag Nevatia of EZ Funding Solutions addresses topics including uses of cash flow; cash flow implications and the different ways it is used to run a business; definition of EBIDTA and why it is important; and calculating EBITDA from tax returns. Register. Free. 6:30 p.m.

JobSeekers. Virtual meeting for those seeking employment. Visit website for GoTo Meeting link. 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.

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