Leaders in some of South Jersey’s key industry sectors will convene on April 26th to assess the current status of our region and its businesses. Panelists at the Rutgers-Camden Quarterly Business Outlook will reflect on how the first quarter of 2011 performed, and share their projections for the remainder of the year.
Now in its 12th year, the Rutgers-Camden Quarterly Business Outlook, sponsored by the Rutgers University School of Business-Camden, and supported by Flaster Greenberg PC and the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey, continues to draw a sizeable crowd, including the region’s entrepreneurs, business owners and professionals, for its reputable panelists and their insightful evaluations.
Held on Tuesday, April 26th, 7:45 a.m., at the Riverside Ballroom
of the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, the event will be moderated by Jaishankar Ganesh, Dean, Rutgers School of Business–Camden. The introduction will be presented by Steve Greenberg, Esq., President & Chair, Corporate and Health Care Practice Groups, Flaster Greenberg PC.
April’s panelists include: Herb Taylor, vice president and secretary, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia; Joseph Lizza, President, Delaware Valley Division, Susquehanna Bank; and Martin Bieber, President and CEO of the Kennedy Health System.
Register by April 19th by contacting the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey at (856) 424-7776, or by registering online at https://www.chambersnj.com. The breakfast event is free of charge and open to the public; however, advance registration is required.
For the results of previous Rutgers-Camden Quarterly Business Outlook conferences, visit www.camden.rutgers.edu/RUCAM/sjbo.html.
- Stephen Greenberg