The Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber has a vital role in fostering economic development in the Capital City. With the support of business, community and government leaders from across the region, the Chamber has become a catalyst for Trenton’s economic revitalization and growth.
The Chamber’s “Growing in Trenton” program highlights opportunities for growth in the Capital City. Leveraging its strategic partnerships with Greater Trenton and the Trenton Downtown Association, the Chamber identifies compelling speakers and panelists who regularly join with Mayor Reed Gusciora to tell the story of Trenton’s growth opportunities.
Economic development across the entire region is fundamental to the work of the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber. The Chamber’s “Growing in Trenton” program recognizes the vital role of the Capital City in the economic health of the entire region.
Recent past programming included:
- Matthew Bergheiser, President of the University City District in Philadelphia, on lessons in successful community revitalization
- Peter Kasabach, Executive Director of New Jersey Future, on the residential revolution in Trenton
- Tom Szaky, CEO and Founder of TerraCycle, on the global impact of that innovative Trenton-based recycling company
- NJ State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio, on the State’s commitment to Trenton and the partnership underway focused on revitalizing the Capital
July 30, 2021: Growing Green Jobs in Trenton featuring Keynote Speaker Tom Szaky, founder of TerraCycle!
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For more information, please contact Christine Curnan, Vice President & Managing Director of the Trenton Economic Development Program.