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shopkinsNovember 5, 2019

Veteran Entrepreneur Week 2019

America’s Small Business Development Centers – New Jersey (NJSBDC) honors our active-duty military
members, veterans, and military spouses by providing specific training programs geared for those who served and sacrificed for us all.


NJSBDC at Rutgers University – Camden

Boots to Business Reboot

Monday, Nov. 4 – 9:30 am – 4:00 pm – Fee: No-Cost
Location:  Cherry Hill Library – 1100 Kings Highway North – Cherry Hill, NJ 08034  Registration Information Here – 856-225-6221


NJSBDC Statewide Network

Mission: Veteran Entrepreneurs – Symposium & VetTank Pitch Competition

*Postponed until 2020*

Wednesday, Nov. 6 – 9:30 am – 3:00 pm – Fee: No-Cost
Location: Brookdale Community College –Student Life Center – Lincroft, NJ
Registration Information Here – 973-353-1414


NJSBDC at Rutgers University – New Brunswick

Building and Financing Your Business – Meet with SBA Lenders

Wednesday, Nov. 6 – 9:00 am – 12:00 Noon – Fee: No-Cost
(Open to all, Including Veterans!)
Location: Rutgers Student Center – Livingston Campus
84 Joyce Kilmer Avenue, Multipurpose Room – Piscataway, New Jersey 08854
Registration Information Here – 848-445-8790

starting Your Business

If you are planning on starting a small business, NJSBDC, with the help of the Small Business Administration (SBA), is here to make your small business dreams a reality. Become a client and see how.

Expanding Your Business

If you are an existing business with annual revenue of up to $1 million or have more than $1 million in revenue and/or 10 or more employees, NJSBDC can help you expand your market share as a company and grow your vision into a successful company. Become a client and see how.

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