The City of Trenton will be bustling from October 18 to 22 as it once again hosts Trenton Small Business Week. More than 4,000 people are expected to attend the networking events, seminars, workshops, and business expos during this busy week.
Themed "Partners in Progress," the week kicks off with a celebration breakfast at the Trenton Marriott on Monday, October 18, at 8 a.m.
At this event, Mayor Tony Mack will present the annual Mayor’s Awards recognizing city businesses for their outstanding contributions to the community.
This year’s winners are Small Business of the Year Award —Budny Fuel Oil Company; Most Improved Appearance Award — Woodrose Properties; and Most Successful New Business of the Year Award — Tropical Family Restaurant. The event is free to the business community.
Other special events scheduled for the week include the Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC) Expo on Monday, October 18, and its monthly luncheon on Tuesday, October 19.
In addition, TD Bank will host a Business Networking Reception on Tuesday, October 19, at its branch on East State Street; the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce will hold a Business Before Business Breakfast on Wednesday, October 20, at Thomas Edison State College; the City of Trenton will have a Capital City Real Estate Reception at the Trenton Makes building on Wednesday, October 20, and a procurement fair, "Contacts for Contracts,” at the Trenton Country Club on Thursday, October 21. Finally, the Trenton Chapter of the Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce will host the Renaissance Ball of Trenton on Friday, October 23, at the Marriott.
Special seminars and workshops are scheduled throughout the week. For a full list of the week’s events, sponsors, and to register, visit www.smallbizweek.com or call 609-771-2947.
Trenton Small Business Week is presented by the City of Trenton, the County of Mercer and its many sponsors and business partners. Chaired by Anthony P. Carabelli, Jr. of the City of Trenton, the committee includes representatives from county and city government, non-profit organiz