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Morris County Small Business Week 2024 celebrates entrepreneurs, small business owners

Explore the complimentary lineup of events crafted to empower small businesses in Morris County, New Jersey, and beyond.

MORRISTOWN, NJ (Morris County) – The Morris County Economic Development Alliance (Alliance) and Morris County Economic Development Corporation has announced the lineup of events planned for the 2024 Morris County Small Business Week, which will be observed April 29 through May 3.

“Small Business Week in Morris County celebrates the heartbeat of our community – the businesses lining our town’s Main Streets as well as the innovative startups driving future industry. Their vibrant entrepreneurial spirit fuels a local economy that is essential to the sustained prosperity and growth of our region,” said Commissioner Director Christine Myers.

The events will coincide with National Small Business Week, which has been a cornerstone celebration of America’s entrepreneurial spirit for over six decades, honoring the dedication and economic impact of small businesses.

“Small businesses are the backbone of our community, and Morris County Small Business Week is a testament to their resilience and innovation. We are excited to once to recognize their contributions and provide valuable resources to support their growth,” said Craig Schlosser, President & CEO of the Alliance.

The week’s agenda boasts a diverse array of in-person events, each designed to empower entrepreneurs and small business owners with knowledge and networking opportunities:

April 29: Start Up Move Up Morris Presents: Small Business Week Kick Off
April 30: Start Up Move Up Morris Presents Marketing Morris: Google Analytics Training
May 1: Start Up Move Up Presents: Grants & Funding For Small Businesses With The NJEDA
May 2: Start Up Move Up Morris Presents: Get To Know The SBA
May 3: Morris@Work & Connect To Morris Kick Off Event

These complimentary events offer attendees a chance to gain insights into various aspects of business management, marketing strategies, funding opportunities, and essential resources available to small businesses in Morris County.

“Small Business Week is a great opportunity to highlight how our businesses are truly the economic engine driving progress and the quality of life in New Jersey,” stated Kelly Brozyna, State Director & Chief Executive Officer, New Jersey Small Business Development Centers.

Small Business Week is an invaluable opportunity for entrepreneurs and small business owners to connect, learn, and grow. For more information and to register for events, visit Morris County Economic Development Alliance at:

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