NJIT Enterprise Development Center receives award Essex County Latino American Chamber of Commerce
Published October 16, 2017 | Newswire
The Essex County Latino American Chamber of Commerce has honored the Enterprise Development Center (EDC), an NJIT organization, with the Small Business Supporter of the Year Award.
The Essex County Latino American Chamber of Commerce seeks to support minority owned businesses in Essex County through networking, marketing, educating owners and advocacy.
The EDC is a high-tech and life science business development center on NJIT campus of NJIT. The center’s objective is to support startups and growth companies in becoming profitable businesses and participants in the economic life of the state.
In accepting the award, EDC Executive Director Jerry Creighton said, “We are proud to be recognized by the Essex County Latino American Chamber of Commerce as the Small Business Supporter of the Year. The Latino American Chamber serves the needs of a vibrant and thriving community of entrepreneurs and growing minority owned businesses. It is an honor to work closely with this dynamic chamber and its members.”
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