Somerset County Business Partnership’s BizFest Set For The Imperia


Small business owners and residents make important contacts at the annual Small Biz Connection hyper-local trade show scheduled for the Imperia on Easton Avenue. Photo: Somerset County Business Partnership.

The Somerset County Business Partnership will present “Biz Fest,” the Somerset County ‘hyper-local’ trade show and networking opportunity for Somerset County businesses and residents on Thursday, June 16, 2016 from 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. at the Imperia, 1714 Easton Avenue.

Among the businesses expected to be represented will be accounting firms; personal and business coaches; information technology, mailing and printing services; financial planning; real estate; credit unions and banks; human resource services; payroll services; cleaning services; office furniture; banquet halls; educational services; nonprofits and nonprofit support services; retail and recreation services. In addition, there will be food tastings from area restaurants and a photo booth.

““BizFest is the largest business trade show in Somerset County and provides an opportunity to network, promote, create awareness, and learn about the products and services available by shopping local,” added said Diana Sieberg, VP Member Services..

Premier sponsor is Wells Fargo. Signature Partner is Affinity Federal Credit Union. Patron Partners include Alpine Business Systems, RWJ Barnabas Health, RRBB Accountants and Advisors, Fulton Bank of NJ, Rutgers University Continuing Studies, TD Bank, and Somerset Savings Bank.

Attendance is free. Register online at http://bit.ly/bizfest2016. More information, call 908-218-4300 or log onto www.scbp.org.

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