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600 Alexander Road, Suite 3-2
Princeton 08542

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VISION STATEMENT
The Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber will be viewed by our Members as indispensable to their success; acknowledged by civic leaders, government officials and the media as the authoritative voice of the Princeton Area business community; and recognized by the public as an effective catalyst for improving the quality of life for those who visit, work, and live in the greater Princeton Area.

MISSION
The Mission of the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber is to:
  • Serve our Members – with opportunities to meet and do business with other Members and with resources to enhance their success
  • Speak for Business – with a collective voice on public policy issues affecting business and our communities.
  • Promote an environment for business growth – by encouraging economic development efforts that strengthen the Princeton Area’s reputation and by enhancing the quality of life in the communities we serve.
  • As an organization we are committed to excellence in all aspects of our operations. Led by the Chamber’s Board of community leaders with support from a professional staff, we will ensure that the skills, talents and interests of our Members are effectively utilized and supported and that everyone’s experience with the Chamber is positive and productive.
CORE VALUES
  • We value our clients. We strive each day to earn the respect of our members and to meet their needs.
  • We value our staff. They are our most important resource.  We encourage, reward and motivate them every day.
  • We value integrity. We adhere to the highest of ethical standards.
  • We value diversity. We respect the variety of people, businesses and ideas in our community and consider this diversity to be an advantage.
  • We value both innovation and tradition. As a proactive and forward-thinking organization, we create meaningful programs that add value to meet the needs of an ever-changing world. We embrace the possibilities of the future while preserving our region’s rich history.
  • We value our Board of Directors.  They lead us with their integrity, their knowledge and their excellence.

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  • Feb 7 2020
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    GLOBAL BUSINESS BREAKFAST: INS AND OUTS OF GLOBAL TRADE IN 2020

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    Location: DoubleTree by Hilton of Princeton 4355 Route One South at Ridge Road Princeton, NJ 08540

    GLOBAL BUSINESS BREAKFAST: INS AND OUTS OF GLOBAL TRADE IN 2020
    Join the Global Opportunities Program for multi-Chamber networking, breakfast and keynote speaker this February!
    Keynote Speaker: Michael Ford
    President, NJ District Export Council
    Vice President Government and Industry Affairs
    BDP International, Inc.
    Learn the Keys to:
    • Successful Logistics
    • Understanding Today's Tarrifs
    • Brexit & How to Navigate it
    Event Includes:
    • Keynote Speaker
    • Resource Presentation
    • Full Breakfast
    • Multi-Chamber Networking

    Keynote Speaker:
    Michael Ford, Chair, Mid-Atlantic District Export Council
    Vice President Government and Industry Affairs, BDP International, Inc.
    Michael Ford is a career professional in international transportation, specializing in import/export documentation and regulatory compliance. Mr. Ford's leadership in communication and system logic on governmental rules and regulations is central to BDP's ability to understand and resolve complex regulatory issues quickly, decisively and with minimal impact upon customers.
    Mr. Ford has been associated with BDP for more than 40 years,.  Among his other affiliations, Mr. Ford is the Co-chair for Trade on the Export Committee in the development of the new Customs ACE system and has served with Customs as a member of COAC (Commercial Operations Advisory Council),
    Chair of the Mid-Atlantic District Export Council, and chairs the Partner sector with the American Chemistry Council, Responsible Care Committee.
    He also teaches an MBA international Logistics course at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.
  • Jan 1 2020
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    January 'Save the Dates'

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    Location: https://web.princetonchamber.org/events/newcalendar.aspx

    January 'Save the Dates'
    9 T H U
    11:30 AM - 1:30 PM January Monthly Membership Luncheon
    Princeton Marriott Hotel & Conference Center | 100 College Road East | Princeton, NJ 08540

    Speaker: Meghan Colarusso, CFA, Vice President, BlackRock
    Topic: Global Market Outlook

    Start off the year with the January Luncheon and learn what lies ahead for the 2020 global stock and bond markets. Join us as we announce the Chamber’s 2020 Sustaining Sponsors and celebrate our January Champion for Business, John Donohue of The College of New Jersey.

    15 W E D
    7:30 AM - 9:30 AM January Business Before Business Breakfast
    Nassau Club of Princeton | 6 Mercer Street | Princeton NJ 08540

    Speaker: Ray Disch, Founder, Sourland Mountain Spirits
    Topic: The Challenges & Opportunities of Launching a New Business

    In 2014, Ray Disch brought his dream to life. Learn how he was able to grow Sourland Mountain Spirits from a mere idea to a real business.


     

    16 T H U
    5:00 PM - 7:00 PM January Business After Business
    Mrs. G Appliances | 2720 U.S. 1 Business | Lawrence Township, NJ 08648

    Come network with your Chamber friends at this month’s Business After Business event.  Enjoy a variety of pasta dishes, a lavish antipasto and more! Your ticket includes a delicious menu, beer & wine.


     

    28 T U E
    5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Changing of the Guard
    Mercer Oaks Catering | 725 Village Rd. | West Princeton Junction, NJ 08550

    Join us for a special evening as we celebrate the Changing of the Guard! We will welcome our next Chairman of the Board, Brenda Ross-Dulan, and thank our outgoing Chairman, John Goedecke.


     

    30 T H U
    7:30 AM - 10:30 AM 2020 Central NJ Real Estate Forecast
    Princeton Marriott Hotel & Conference Center | 100 College Road East | Princeton, NJ 08540

    Join the largest diverse gathering of real estate professionals in Central NJ to hear projections for the year ahead and to network with your peers.  The 2020 Forecast is the 7th Annual Program of the Real Estate Business Alliance.  Join us for a morning of insight including predictions for the Central NJ real estate markets.

     
  • Nov 18 2019
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    Join the Chamber

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    Location:  Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber 600 Alexander Road, Suite 3-2 Princeton, New Jersey 08540

    Membership Includes:
    • Networking opportunities to grow your business.
    • Opportunity to serve on event or program committees and build deeper relationships with fellow Chamber Members
    • Membership listing on the Chamber’s website
    • Free New Member Orientation Breakfast
    • Connection to an Ambassador/Mentor
    • Marketing visibility through sponsorship opportunities in business related events
    • Opportunity to purchase Website Advertising as well as advertising on our Monthly Event postcard that is distributed to our 5,000 Member contacts.
    • Free advertising opportunities with the ability to include announcements, news and events in weekly e-lert via Member News section of our website.
    • Ability to post “Member to Member” discounts via the Web Portal Coupon Program
    • Opportunities to gain visibility through distribution of Door Prizes at Core Monthly Events and Program Events.
    • Ability to update and manage your company’s profile on the Chamber website and also add a link to your website
    • Display your organization’s marketing materials on the Member Resource table at Chamber events.
    • Complimentary promotional table in reception area at Monthly Luncheon Meetings for non-profit groups
    • Opportunity for non-profit organizations to participate in our Community Partnership Benefit Exchange Program                         
    • Opportunity to use the Chamber office as a meeting facility by appointment (restrictions apply)
    • Chamber Members are noted as Members of the Princeton Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau (when applicable), an Independent Business (IBA) and the Plainsboro Business Partnership, PBP, Kingston Business Partnership, KBP (when applicable)
    • Access to online Membership Directory with information to connect you to your fellow Chamber Members
    • On-line and hard copy version of monthly event listings
    • Opportunity to purchase Chamber mailing list (1,200 Company contacts)
    • Certificates of Origin processed for Chamber Members
    • “One Voice” Legislative representation on legislative actions affecting business at the local and regional level
    • Enhanced networking opportunities through partnership programs with other Chambers
    • Chamber dues are tax-deductible as a business expense
    • Chamber Staff in attendance with ceremonial scissors at Ribbon Cutting ceremonies
    • 120 networking and educational events yearly
      • Core Monthly Events
        • Business Before Business Breakfast
        • Membership Luncheon
        • Business After Business Networking
      • Signature Events
        • Real Estate Forecast – January
        • Mercer County Economic Summit – February
        • Technology Business Alliance Summit – March
        • Albert Einstein Memorial Lecture Series – March
        • Golf & Tennis Outing – May
        • Independent Business Alliance Summit -May
        • Disney Leadership Series- June
        • Mid-Summer Marketing Showcase – July
        • Healthcare Symposium – September
        • WIBA presents the NJ Conference for Women – October
        • Young Professionals Summit – November
        • Business Leadership Awards Gala – December
    • Quarterly Program Events
      • Women in Business Alliance
      • Real Estate Business Alliance
      • Independent Business Alliance
      • Global Opportunities
      • Technology Business Alliance
      • Princeton Region Young Professionals
  • Sep 13 2019
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    GLOBAL BUSINESS SUMMIT

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    Location: DoubleTree by Hilton of Princeton 4355 Route One South at Ridge Road Princeton, NJ 08540

    Join the  Global Business Summit on September 13th at the DoubleTree Princeton. 


    Opening Keynote Speaker: Ian Steff,  Deputy Assistant Secretary for Manufacturing, Performing the non-exclusive functions and duties of the Assistant Secretary for Global Markets and Director General of the United States and Foreign Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration
    Presentation: “How the New U.S.-Mexico- Canada Agreement (USMCA) Facilitates Global Business”
    Ian Steff oversees approximately 1,400 trade and investment professionals based in more than 100 U.S. cities and 70 markets around the world. He manages a $300 million budget and a broad portfolio of International Trade Administration initiatives aimed at increasing the competitiveness of U.S. manufacturers and service providers. In this capacity, he is among those senior officials responsible for executing the Administration’s plans to foster growth in U.S. jobs, exports, and investments.
    Before joining the U.S. Department of Commerce, Steff served as the state of Indiana’s first Chief Innovation Officer under then-Governor Pence and subsequently Governor Holcomb. He was Executive Vice President for the Indiana Economic Development Corporation and the state’s senior advisor for science, technology, and advanced manufacturing. Steff oversaw Indiana’s strategy regarding science and technology economic development and was directly responsible for the implementation of the Governor’s billion-dollar innovation and entrepreneurship initiative. He worked to expand investments and public-private partnerships in information technology, life sciences, composite materials, nanotechnology, energy storage, and the Internet of Things. Steff served on the Board of the Battery Innovation Center, the Dean of Engineering’s Advisory Council at Purdue University, and the Vice Chancellor for Research’s Advisory Board at IUPUI. Steff also served on the Board of the Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation.


    Closing Keynote Speaker: Kathy Wyrofsky, President of International Products Corporation (IPC)
     
    Kathy oversees day-to-day operations of this manufacturing business in Burlington, NJ. IPC produces and markets a line of specialty precision cleaners and assembly lubricants. She joined the organization in 1987 as the Director of Marketing, becoming President in 2007. Under Kathy’s leadership, the organization has expanded its reach into new South American, Asian, and European markets. IPC sells directly to over 25 countries and to numerous others through international distributors. Recently, the business has expanded to include a new warehouse to accommodate the company’s growing sales and export business. Prior to joining IPC, Kathy worked in pharmaceutical sales and medical marketing. Kathy resides in Medford, NJ with her husband, Rod. She is also the director of her local choir, and enjoys reading, walking, and travel. 
    Discussion points:
    • Expansion strategies for entering European and Asian Markets
    • How to utilize State and Federal assistance programs
    • Case Study instances of successes and failures to trade barriers
     
  • Aug 1 2019
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    VISION STATEMENT
    The Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber will be viewed by our Members as indispensable to their success; acknowledged by civic leaders, government officials and the media as the authoritative voice of the Princeton Area business community; and recognized by the public as an effective catalyst for improving the quality of life for those who visit, work, and live in the greater Princeton Area.
    MISSION
    The Mission of the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber is to:
    • Serve our Members – with opportunities to meet and do business with other Members and with resources to enhance their success
    • Speak for Business – with a collective voice on public policy issues affecting business and our communities.
    • Promote an environment for business growth – by encouraging economic development efforts that strengthen the Princeton Area’s reputation and by enhancing the quality of life in the communities we serve.
    • As an organization we are committed to excellence in all aspects of our operations. Led by the Chamber’s Board of community leaders with support from a professional staff, we will ensure that the skills, talents and interests of our Members are effectively utilized and supported and that everyone’s experience with the Chamber is positive and productive.
    CORE VALUES
    • We value our clients. We strive each day to earn the respect of our members and to meet their needs.
    • We value our staff. They are our most important resource.  We encourage, reward and motivate them every day.
    • We value integrity. We adhere to the highest of ethical standards.
    • We value diversity. We respect the variety of people, businesses and ideas in our community and consider this diversity to be an advantage.
    • We value both innovation and tradition. As a proactive and forward-thinking organization, we create meaningful programs that add value to meet the needs of an ever-changing world. We embrace the possibilities of the future while preserving our region’s rich history.
    • We value our Board of Directors.  They lead us with their integrity, their knowledge and their excellence.
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Sunday
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Monday
Open
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Tuesday
Open
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Wednesday
Open
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Thursday
Open
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday
Open
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Saturday
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NAICS (US 2012) : Business Associations (813910)

SIC (US 1987) : Amusement and Recreation Services, Not Elsewhere Classified (7999)