Gov. Murphy Will Keynote the N.J. Chamber’s Statewide Business Summit in Atlantic City on April 13 and 14

Gov. Murphy Will Keynote the N.J. Chamber’s Statewide Business Summit in Atlantic City on April 13 and 14


The In-Person Summit will Feature a Two-Day General Session of Interactive Discussions about How to Re-Ignite New Jersey’s Economy


State’s Legislative Leaders will Participate in a Panel on Day 2




The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce announced that Gov. Phil Murphy will deliver the keynote remarks at its ‘ReNew Jersey Business Summit: A Time for Answers’ on April 13 and 14, 2022 at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City. The governor’s remarks will come on the afternoon of the first day of the statewide Business Summit.


The in-person Summit will feature a two-day general session of discussions about how to re-ignite New Jersey’s economy, and it will devise ways to grow jobs and make New Jersey more business friendly. The discussions will focus on, but not be limited to, four main topics: taxes and incentives; health care costs; infrastructure and environment issues; and the labor shortage.


A Focus on Solutions


“The goal is to bring together subject experts from business, politics, education and labor to discuss the problems stifling New Jersey’s economy, and propose the actions needed to shift into a full-throttle economic recovery,” said Tom Bracken, president and CEO of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce. “We’re not playing the blame game. We’re not finger pointing. We’re going to produce solutions.”


The solutions will be presented to the state’s legislative leaders, who will participate on a panel discussion on Day 2 of the Summit.


Largest Business Event of the Year


The ReNew Jersey Business Summit will feature a pair of networking receptions – an evening cocktail reception on April 13 and a morning breakfast reception on April 14; and it will include a business expo on April 13 for New Jersey businesses to showcase their products and services.


“We expect this to be the single largest business event in the state this year on a scale comparable to our Walk to Washington,” Bracken said. “There is a strong desire among business people in New Jersey to improve the state’s business climate, and to network. This event will provide a prime opportunity for both.”


When the Chamber held a business summit at the Borgata in 2015, it drew more than 520 attendees.


Attendees this year will include a wide variety of business executives from large and small companies, state and local government leaders, representatives from trade groups, labor, academia, nonprofits, and the news media.


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For more information and to register for the ‘ReNew Jersey Business Summit: A Time for Answers’, visit


For a complete schedule and a list of panelists, visit the event guide here:


To follow the Summit on social media, use hashtag #ReNewJersey, or follow the New Jersey Chamber on Twitter or Facebook – @njchamber

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