There was a time in history when Trenton’s industrial might reshaped the nation and the world. No one has chronicled this time period better than Clifford Zink, author of “The Roebling Legacy."
Asking questions and listening to your customers is an important key for promoting your business, says marketing professional Tina Tuccillo, who will speak Monday, October 15, at the Princeton Public Library.
This intersection of consumerism, medical data, and technology is what Robert Goldberg, vice president and co-founder of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest, will at BioNJ’s “Continuing the Conversation … Seeking Solutions” conference.
In his latest book, “Zig Zag: The Surprising Path to Greater Creativity,” Keith Sawyer breaks down the creative process and shows how various creators have “zig-zagged” through them in order to innovate.
Kevin H. Michels will speak on “Innovation — Connecting Values, Ethics & Know-how to Change the World” at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Thursday, October 4.
Matt Ward will host a workshop on increasing word-of-mouth referrals for the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce on Friday, September 28.
Melanie Curtis, who has made a career out of both skydiving and life coaching, will speak at the Ellevate Central New Jersey professional network on Thursday, September 27.
Dennis Kilfeather, an accountant and supervisor at Lear & Pannepacker, will present “Show Me the Money: Nonprofit Finance & Accounting Best Practices” on September 24, at the Nassau Club of Princeton.
We are all innovators, says Alexandra M. Gonzalez, founder and president of Savvy Marketers. We all have the potential but sometimes we need outside inspiration to unlock our creativity.
Trenton’s Ellarslie Museum recently opened its exhibit on FVHD Architects, a Ewing-based firm that has built so many of the public buildings in Mercer County that not even the firm itself knows exactly how many of its creations are still standing.