Lt. Gov. To Speak At Economic Forum In Edison

EDISON – New Jersey Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno will be the featured speaker at the Economic Forum V on June 18 at the Pines Manor. She will focus her remarks on the current state of the New Jersey economy, new job initiatives, pro-business initiatives, updates from the NJ Business Action Center and Choose NJ, and financial support from Washington.

Having navigated the fiscal cliff and a slow recovery ahead, come to hear about how you need to plan to compete and a thrive. Business managers need to understand the playing field and new developments such as the American Tax Relief passed this year and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Kevin Cummings, President and CEO of Investors Bank will  lead the Economic, Banking and Regulatory Panel. Joining him will be Thomas Bracken, President and CEO with the NJ State Chamber; John Dowd, VP with Bernstein Global Wealth Management; Anthony DiGiacinto, Tax Director with EisnerAmper; and David Stein, Partner with Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer.

The second panel will be Updates on the Healthcare Reform Act including legal tax implications. The panelist will be Adam Beder, VP Governmental Affairs with JFK Medical Center; Jack Wellman, CEO with Joule, Inc., and Anthony DiGiacinto with EisnerAmper LLP.

The program format is inductive for interactive input from the business community. The program starts at 8 a.m. and will conclude by 11:30 a.m. The admission fee is $30 for business associates of the sponsors and members of the Edison Chamber of Commerce; all others are welcome at $45. Advance registration required: call the Edison Chamber of Commerce at 732-738-9482 or online at

The event sponsors are Investors Bank; EisnerAmper, LLP; AB Bernstein; Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer; NJ State and Edison Chambers of Commerce. The media sponsors are NJBIZ, Radio Station WCTC and WMGQ, and the Star-Ledger.

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