This article highlights a day the North Jersey Jewish Business Alliance (NJJBA) spent in Trenton. Throughout the day, the NJJBA met with New Jersey officials to discuss a wide array of topics, including: challenges facing NJ’s businesses, minimum wage, taxes, opportunity zones and incentives for growing businesses.
Sills Cummis’ Ted Zangari was among the NJJBA representatives. He stated, “‘Today’s event confirmed for our members that politics is not a spectator sport. When it comes to policymaking, if you are not at the table, you are on the menu. Today, NJJBA was literally at the table in Trenton.’”
This article also appears on The Lakewood Scoop and the January 30, 2019 issue of Hamodia.