The cost to attend BID’s business event is $18 and includes dinner at The Barge, which is located at 201 Front Street in Perth Amboy.
Business owners, local executives and professionals can register online at the Eventbrite site by clicking to https://businessnetworking2017.eventbrite.com. For more information, contact the BID’s office by phone at 732-442-6421 or by email: email@example.com.
The program’s theme is “Keep Your Business Growing” and the speaker will explain how to re-energize a company now so that the enterprise can achieve its annual goals by yearend. The evening includes a business card exchange, networking opportunities, and the program by Milton Paris, a well-known business mentoring expert, motivational speaker, sales consultant and entrepreneur.
In addition, a representative of Horizon Blue Cross/Blue Shield of New Jersey and its Hola Doctor office in Perth Amboy will discuss enrollment options in affordable health care programs. Especially, plans that are designed for small businesses and their employees.
The cost to attend BID’s business event is $18 and includes dinner at The Barge, which is located at 201 Front Street in Perth Amboy. Business owners, local executives and professionals can register online at the Eventbrite site by clicking to https://businessnetworking2017.eventbrite.com. For more information, contact the BID’s office by phone at 732-442-6421 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
According to Mr. Paris, now is the time for a company evaluate its year-to-date sales, profits and overall performance. If a company is lagging behind its annual projections, there is still time to adjust plans, explore new methods and boost efforts to achieve significant business goals this year.
Mr. Paris, who formerly owned a multi-million bridal gown company, will discuss six action steps companies can take immediately to get back on track. These recommendations, if followed consistently, will help all attendees reach their objectives before mid-December 2017.
Mayor Diaz and the BID’s Chairman Barry Rosengarten said, “The City’s role is to provide useful tools that keep existing and startup businesses thriving. From façade grants to skill-building classes for employees, and networking meetings as well as special events, we are creating opportunities for companies that want to grow, add employees, and succeed by delivering exceptional products and services to their clients.”
Mr. Paris will provide a free pamphlet that contains actionable guidelines that can get a company back on a realistic growth track from now through the end of the year. He said, “Even if your company is lagging behind, you need to keep moving forward. Focus on the big picture, which is obtaining positive results, instead of looking in the rearview mirror and seeing missed chances.”
Mr. Paris is also a radio host of Getting Ahead in Business on WCTC 1450am.
Everyone who attends will receive a $5.00 coupon off their food bill at their next visit to The Barge.
Space is limited for the program on June 15 at The Barge Restaurant. Register today by going to https://businessnetworking2017.eventbrite.com.
About the City of Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey
Perth Amboy, an urban community with rich cultural history and a more than three hundred-year-old maritime and industrial legacy, is an interconnection point for major highways, roadways and waterways. Founded in 1683 and chartered in 1718, it served as the state capital until 1790 and is home of the Royal Governor William Franklin’s Mansion. Perth Amboy, presently known for its beautiful waterfront area, is located in the center of the State, midway between New York and Philadelphia. According to the 2010 Census, Perth Amboy has a population of 50,814 residents.