Mission Statement
  • To stimulate Fanwood downtown economic growth
  • To create a positive image for Fanwood by promoting the downtown area as an exciting place to live, shop and invest
  • To receive, administer and distribute funds in connection with any activities related to the above purposes
  • To promote a forum for communication and awareness for those conducting business within Fanwood 
 
Created in 1911, the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce is a business advocacy organization based in Trenton that works for and is funded solely by our members ranging from solo proprietors to Fortune 500 companies. Members of the New Jersey Chamber represent every industry doing business in the state and include New Jersey’s most prestigious and innovative companies. We are not a government agency.

Our lobbyists interact daily with key legislators in Trenton to discuss ways to ease the tax burden, reduce burdensome regulation and generate economic growth. Our location across the street from the State House enables our staff to react and mobilize quickly on our members’ behalf to the rapid events that unfold in the state’s capital. Our reach extends to Washington, where we represent our members in the halls of Congress and at the White House.

Whether you own a business, represent one, lead a corporate office, or manage an association, the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce provides you with a voice of experience and influence in Trenton.

The Chamber also provides members with networking events that offer access to decision makers in Trenton as well as top business leaders across the state. We foster relationships between member businesses, so our members can do business with and learn from each other.  Another member benefit is our educational programs and money-saving discounts.

From the Chamber’s inception – Thomas Edison was a founding member in 1911 – the organization’s talented leaders have provided the guidance necessary to develop solutions to the important and tough issues of the day with the singular goal of creating a prosperous economy for New Jersey.

 
 
 
The mission of the Plainfield Chamber of Commerce is to provide opportunities for business to come together and do business that will result in the growth of businesses in the city of Plainfield by:
  • Executing sound planning based on member direction
  • Providing a forum for members to network and exchange information
  • Managing the Chamber in a professional manner
  • Supporting activities believed to be beneficial to business
  • Opposing activated which may be detrimental to business community

  

Raritan Chamber of Commerce

 
 
Raritan Valley line Commuters Deserve a “One Seat Ride” (One Seat Ride = No Change in Newark).

 


The SPBPA was started in August of 1994 by Scotch Plains business owner & resident Ray Pardon and nine other individuals. At that time there was not any active business organization in town and the need for one was identified by the Downtown Business Alliance which was a Township committee appointed by the Mayor.

Today the SPBPA has over 90 members. The Association operates as a non-profit organization with an 11 member elected board of directors.

The SPBPA, through dues, donations & fund raising activities reinvests in our community in the following ways:

  • Networking meetings to keep the business community informed of township activities and issues.
  • Sponsors the New Jersey Farmers Market from June through October each year.
  • Organizes the Halloween Window Painting Contest.
  • Organizes the annual Holiday Celebrations.
  • Created in 1997, an ongoing Scholarship Fund for SPF High School graduates.
In the past the SPBPA:
  • Sponsored the Annual Antique Car Show 1995-2003.
  • Purchased, in equal partnership with the Township, the Towne Centre banners in 1998.
  • Produced, with DECA in 1997, a Town Directory distributed to all homes in Scotch Plains.
  • Donated in 1996 over 50 Flower Planters in Towne Centre.

 

CAN HELP YOUR BUSINESS SUCCEED

FREE COUNSELING to assist you
  • Manage the many startup and growth challenges you are likely to face
  • Develop and implement your marketing strategy
  • Find the money you need to start or expand your business
  • Counselors are also prepared to visit your location
  • Grow your business, e.g. with new products, new locations, or finding government contracts
Check them out at:
 
For an appointment, please call Peter Alexander at 908-723-0565 or call Peter Fleischman at 908-668-1865.

 

Springfield Patriot Chamber