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Celularity founder to discuss COVID-19 battle on webinar

Dr. Bob Hariri, the founder, chair and CEO of Celularity Inc., will hold a webinar Tuesday to discuss research into using cells to fight COVID-19, and where he feels we are as a country in the search for a vaccine. Celularity, one of the world's leading human cellular therapeutics companies, is based in Warren. Hariri is an accomplished surgeon, biomedical scientist and serial entrepreneur in two technology sectors, biomedicine and aerospace. Hariri was the founder and CEO of...
Dr. Bob Hariri, the founder, chair and CEO of Celularity Inc., will hold a webinar Tuesday to discuss research into using cells to fight COVID-19,...

Invest Newark to host webinar on Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ PPP initiatives

Invest Newark announced on Monday it will host a webinar in partnership with Combs Enterprises to provide guidance for Newark minority- and women-owned small businesses on the U.S. Small Business Administration's Payroll Protection Program. The online only event is Tuesday, April 28 at 4:00 p.m. It will feature a PPP loan application tutorial as well as a chat with Mayor Ras J. Baraka; Tarik Brooks, chief operating officer of Combs Enterprises; and John Lewis, executive vice president and...
Invest Newark announced on Monday it will host a webinar in partnership with Combs Enterprises to provide guidance for Newark minority- and...

For Mercury, stay-at-home doesn’t mean no contact — as insiders talk policymaking on webinar

The still-in-limbo version of the federal government's stimulus package will almost certainly replenish the quickly depleted Paycheck Protection Program, and that program's expansion likely won't be held up very long by partisan differences. This was just one of the predictions made during a meeting of political veterans — not one that occurred on Capitol Hill, but in the webcam-ready living rooms of former United States senators, such as Barbara Boxer of California and David Vitter of...
The still-in-limbo version of the federal government's stimulus package will almost certainly replenish the quickly depleted Paycheck Protection...

POSTPONED: N.J. Chamber and ROI-NJ present a Wednesday webinar: ‘A Discussion with the SBA’s Al Titone’

PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. A new time and date will be announced soon. The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce and ROI-NJ present a special webinar: A Discussion with Al Titone Small Business Administration district director of New Jersey 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, April 8 Find out the latest on the SBA's coronavirus relief loan program rollout. How to join the Webinar: By computer, click here for the meeting link. Enter meeting number 795 368 247 and password WHjGTu2ah36...
PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. A new time and date will be announced soon. The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce and ROI-NJ present a...

N.J. Chamber and ROI-NJ present a Wednesday webinar: ‘A Discussion with Labor Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo’

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce and ROI-NJ present a special webinar: A Discussion with Robert Asaro-Angelo Commissioner of New Jersey’s Department of Labor & Workforce Development 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 8 Find out about New Jersey’s expanded unemployment insurance and other assistance programs to help employers and employees. How to join the Webinar: By computer, click here for the meeting link. Enter meeting number 798 251 355 and password kQ38EV3d5nX to...
The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce and ROI-NJ present a special webinar: A Discussion with Robert Asaro-Angelo Commissioner of New...

Still marketing? Guilty — Law firms haven’t reacted to COVID by slicing communications budgets, as many did during past crises

The legal industry's downturn during the COVID-19 crisis has the hallmarks of previous economic ruts, including compensation cuts and layoffs. But it doesn't have one of the other familiar signs … because 30-year public relations expert Nina Dietrich still has legal clients. The country's law firms may have announced various measures to conserve cash — including shrinking payroll by 5% in April, according to a U.S. Department of Labor report — but firms are not questioning the role...
The legal industry's downturn during the COVID-19 crisis has the hallmarks of previous economic ruts, including compensation cuts and layoffs. But...

NJEDA inks partnership to up outreach to minority-, women-, veteran-owned businesses

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority announced on Friday it has partnered with three organizations to help enhance its effort to aid minority-, women- and veteran-owned businesses that have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The partnerships include Medina = Citi, 360 Marketing & PR, and Tara Dowdell Group. All three firms are minority-owned with 360 Marketing and Tara Dowdell Group are owned by women. The EDA said the trio will help coordinate strategic outreach by...
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority announced on Friday it has partnered with three organizations to help enhance its effort to aid...

Reopening rubric: KPMG platform creates threat-level score for individual communities, employees

Health officials believe increased testing is a key to determining whether COVID-19 is advancing or receding in a geographical area. It may not be the key to determining when it is safe to go back to work. That’s the conclusion of KPMG, which developed a risk-assessment tool for both employees and places of work that it feels will helps its clients adjust to the new normal. “Restarting America: A Practical Guide for Employers” is meant to serve as an adaptable, risk-based approach...
Health officials believe increased testing is a key to determining whether COVID-19 is advancing or receding in a geographical area. It may not be...

How nonprofits can cope during COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has already had a devastating effect on the nonprofit community in New Jersey and across the country. Nearly all of the nonprofits responding to surveys in March and April by the Center for Non-Profits and Council of New Jersey Grantmakers reported severe or moderate disruptions to their services, including staggering losses of revenue and thousands of layoffs. It’s times of crisis that elevate appreciation of the importance of nonprofits in our lives. Unfortunately,...
The COVID-19 pandemic has already had a devastating effect on the nonprofit community in New Jersey and across the country. Nearly all of the...

Business, consumer scams are on the rise, law enforcement leaders say

Business and consumer scams are growing throughout the state, law enforcement officers said this week. Craig Carpenito, the U.S. attorney for New Jersey, said protective masks remain one of the leading items being abused by “the inevitable dark underbelly of crooks” who surface during states of emergency. “The greatest guide to recognizing and avoiding such scams is common sense,” he said. Carpenito, speaking during the latest COVID-19 town hall webinar organized by New...
Business and consumer scams are growing throughout the state, law enforcement officers said this week. Craig Carpenito, the U.S. attorney for New...
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