Camden, a city once considered a hopeless economic basket case, has pulled off a hard-won economic recovery in recent years. Now a panel of experts will discuss how Trenton can follow in its footsteps.
The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Trenton Economic Development Breakfast Series will host a forum on Transforming Trenton Together on Tuesday, July 11, from 7:30 to 10 a.m. at the Trenton Country Club in West Trenton. Tickets are $35. For more information, visit www.princetonchamber.org or call 609-924-1776.
Trenton’s business community will take front and center at the event, with a panel of five city businessmen talking about staying and relocating to the capital city. The panel comprises Anthony J. Perno III, CEO of Coopers Ferry; Joseph Tredinnick, regional vice president of TD Bank; Kamal S. Bathla, CEO of Maestro Technologies; Jim Nelson, CFO of City Beef; and Scott Mele, president of Tektite.