Wednesday, May 6, 9 to 10 a.m. The New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce and the New Jersey Business and Industry Association host a virtual town hall featuring State Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin. The attorney and Rahway Democrat will discuss issues facing New Jersey business, prime among which is COVID-19. A Q&A session follows the meeting. For more information and to register, visit www.njbia.org.
Thursday, May 7, 10 a.m. At a time when many nonprofits are struggling for support and are unable to hold their typical array of fundraising events, getting their message out is more important than ever. To help, the United Way of Greater Mercer County is offering a free webinar, “Messaging and Marketing for Your Nonprofit, What Matters Most Now.”
David Munshine, president and CEO, and Diana Leighton, senior vice president, both of the Springfield-based communications strategy firm The Munshine Group, offer tips on making your solicitation stand out and making your voice heard. For more information or to register visit www.uwgmc.org/free-webinar-messaging-and-marketing-your-nonprofit-what-matters-most-now.
Friday, May 8, 9:45 a.m. to noon. Princeton Public Library and the Professional Service Group of Mercer County offer a remote version of their weekly job seekers meeting. Marty Latman, a CPA based in northern New Jersey, gives a talk titled “Ageism Exists! The Elephant in the Room.” Topics of discussion will include difficulty finding a new job or advancing in your current job due to age, age discrimination, and remedies to these problems. For more information, visit www.psgofmercercounty.org.
Monday, May 11, 4:30 p.m. The Princeton Entrepreneurship Council offers an inside look at how Princeton University’s classes have transitioned to a virtual setting with a session of professor Chris Kuenne’s High Tech Entrepreneurship. The class, available for viewing over Zoom, will cover a case study of business scaling using the example of Starbucks. At 6 p.m. Kuenne will join the Zoom call to take questions on the course material and on the digital teaching environment. Register via EventBrite. For more information visit entrepreneurs.princeton.edu
Kuenne, a Princeton resident and 1985 university alumnus, founded Rosetta, a digital marketing firm, in 1998, and sold it in 2011 for $575 million. He is now founder and managing director of Rosemark, which invests and partners with marketing and media technology companies.