New Jersey’s medical marijuana industry may soon be expanding, and legalization of adult use of marijuana is also under consideration.
Bill Amirault believes that confident job seekers can change the dynamic on the interview process. He speaks January 18 at the Princeton library.
Krishna Powell leads an NJBIA webinar January 16 on strategies for effective – and guilt-free – delegation.
The roundtable on joint ventures and strategic partnerships will take place Monday, January 14 at the Morgan Lewis office at 502 Carnegie Center
Michael Oster, CEO and co-founder of Eos Energy Storage in Edison, hasn’t discovered “unobtanium.” He has just been riding out the development of battery storage for the better part of this century.
College may be expensive, but for resourceful students and families there are numerous opportunities to fund their educations.
Mark Schweiker will speak at the Princeton Regional Chamber’s January Monthly membership luncheon. The title of his address is, “Be Bold in 2019: Sound Government Relations will Lead to Future Economic Development Success.”
In “Decisive,” the Heath brothers explain the WRAP process, which begins with Widening your options, then Reality-testing your assumptions, Attaining distance, and finally Preparing to be wrong.
Ernest (Val) Mathews will discuss the strategic process of managing the financial resources of a small business at a workshop at the Plainsboro Public Library.
Fixing Bugs in Democracy: Professor Sam Wang speaks on gerrymandering reform December 19 at the Princeton Bar Association.