As Concussion Worries Rise, Girls’ Lacrosse Turns to Headgear (Rob Stolker, Hummingbird Sports) Click here to read more.
Myers Wollin, LLC reports attorney training program (Harris Wolin, Myers Wolin Intellectual Property) Click here to read more.
Covenant House Morris County Board Raises Close to $50,000 with Chatham Noe Pond Fundraiser (Kieran Flanagan, Hollister Construction) Click here to read more.
Goldfish Swim School opens at Livingston Circle (Michael Schofel, Eastman Companies) Click here to read more.
CONGRATULATIONS to Kieran Flanagan, Hollister Construction, for being a 2017 business of the year finalist! The NJBIZ Business of the Year awards recognizes the state’s most dynamic businesses and business leaders who share a commitment to professional excellence, business growth and the community. Finalists will be recognized and the winner in each category will be announced during an awards ceremony on December 4, 2017. Finalists and winners will also be highlighted in the Business of the Year event publication. Click here to read more.
Six sentences are key to leaving a voicemail (Caryn Kopp, Kopp Consulting) Click here to read more.
Helmet Sense: Holmdel Entrepreneurs Take Lead on Safety Gear for Female Athletes (Rob Stolker, Hummingbird Sports) Click here to read more.