Livingston Chamber Networks and Welcomes New Members
Monday, October 14, 2013 • 6:55am
ROSELAND, NJ – The Livingston Chamber of Commerce held a resource networking breakfast on Thursday morning at the new Solana, Assisted Living.
On the menu were fresh bagels, Danishes and omelets cooked up by the Solana’s executive chef. While this breakfast did not have a featured business guest speaker, attendees enjoyed an intimate breakfast served at a large long table where they were able to talk and get to know one another.
Each person had a chance to get up and talk about what they did and any events their organization was hosting in the near future. There were also several new members and potential members in attendance.
“I think it’s very beneficial for business people in town to get involved. It’s a great way to network and to learn and expand on other’s ideas,” said Mary Marrone, local interior designer and Chamber guest. “Everyone seemed to be excited to be working hand in hand to benefit the town and each other’s businesses. It’s a wonderful thing and I look forward to attending another event.”
Rebecca Ruditser, new Chamber member and co-owner of Livingston Pharmacy said, “Being that I own a business and work in Livingston, but don't live in town, I think it's a great way to get involved with the community and get to know people both on a professional level and a personal level.”
Ruditser continued, “I was very impressed by the diverse profile of all of the members. There's someone from every different professional field; it makes you feel very comfortable knowing you have these people to not only network with but rely on if you ever need them.”
The Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit business organization committed to achieving and promoting a well-balanced local economy. The Chamber is dedicated to having a positive impact on the overall quality of life in Livingston.
The Chamber provides a necessary forum for the exchange of ideas and information among local business people. In administers an on-going schedule of programs, projects and meetings designed to keep local business people in contact with one another and with the needs of the business community. The Chamber builds good relationships between its members and the community at large by working in coalitions with other town groups on projects and civic events.
For more information on how to get involved and to find out about upcoming events, contact Beth Lippman at (973) 992-4343 or email email@example.com