Industry-Business Institute Announces Breakfast Networking Program

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ELIZABETH – The Industry-Business Institute at Union County College is announcing a new program, Breakfast and Business at the Thomas H. Brown Center for Business and Educational Advancement. This is a program to bring together experts and leaders in business and local business executives, managers and owners.

The first program for business owners, “What is Your Exit Strategy?” is designed to step owners through the issues, decisions and planning necessary to pass leadership of a privately held company on when it is time to retire. The program will be held on Feb. 5.

Hosted by the Industry-Business Institute, this will be led by Robert Hopper, a partner with Sax Macy Fromm & Co., PC (SMF) of Clifton since 1989. At SMF, Mr. Hopper leads the Firm’s Manufacturing and Distribution Service Group. He specializes in helping business owners to grow their business and increase efficiencies. He has been helping small and medium size companies to solve their financial and operational problems for more than 20 years. Hopper also has assisted companies in need of traditional and alternative financing.

Networking and the breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m. The presentation is scheduled for 8 to 10 a.m. at the Thomas H. Brown Center which is located in the Elizabeth I. Kellogg Building, 40 W. Jersey Street, Elizabeth. Registration in advance is requested.

Two additional programs in this series are scheduled for March and April. In March, “Getting Started with Constant Contact” will be held on March 5 from 7:30 to 10 a.m. In April, “Finding and Keeping Good Employees” will be held on April 2 from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Visit www.ucc.edu/go/ibi for additional information.


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