More than 100 area business owners and supporters attended a kickoff and website launch of the Central Jersey Business Organization (CJBO) at Ember Restaurant in South Brunswick on Dec. 21.
The CJBO provides a platform to local businesses to exchange ideas, discuss and resolve their business issues, encourage innovation, doing business efficiently and ethically, according information provided by the organization. CJBO will also provide education, ongoing presentations, coaching and mentoring to new and young business owners to make them entrepreneurs and continue to promote entrepreneurship by creating opportunities, assisting businesses, and developing professional growth via regular networking opportunities in various areas of businesses.
South Brunswick Mayor Charles Carley, West Windsor Mayor Hemant Marathe and South Brunswick Councilwoman Ann Grover attended the event. Both mayors clicked www.cjbousa.com to launch CJBO’s website.
Marc Citron, owner of law firm Saul Ewing in Princeton, explained the importance of such a platform in Central Jersey, according to the statement. On behalf of CJBO founders Dr. Tushar Patel, Hitesh Patel, Mahendra Z. Patel and Pinakin Pathak, Patel provided a presentation to describe CJBO’s mission, objectives and vision. Kishan Patel, a young business entrepreneur, shared his story after his graduation and challenges youngsters and provided some encouraging experience for the young generation, according to the statement.
For more information, visit www.cjbousa.com and fill the online form and membership payment via PayPal.