The Greater Atlantic City Chamber presented an Economic Development Forum on Wednesday February 24 from 8-10 a.m. at the Atlantic City Country Club.
Chief University Relations and Marketing Officer for Stockton University, Sharon Schulman, opened the program. Atlantic County Chief of Staff Howard Kyle followed with a featured presentation on the recent activities of the newly formed Atlantic County Economic Development Alliance.
The Mayor’s Panel, moderated by Nicholas Talvacchia, Partner, Cooper Levenson Attorneys at Law, focused on development projects and opportunities and included Absecon Mayor John Armstrong, Buena Vista Mayor Chuck Chiarello, Egg Harbor Township Deputy Mayor Paul Hodson and Estell Manor Mayor Steve Teasenfitz.
“The Economic Development Forum brought together leaders from the county to discuss and highlight opportunities for area growth and development, including discussion on driving the region’s business expansion and diversification,” said Joseph Kelly, President of the Greater Atlantic City Chamber. “Our panels of experts presented ideas, programs on exciting new developments as well as a vision for Atlantic County going forward.”
Sponsors for the program were Atlantic City Electric, Cooper Levenson Attorneys at Law, Glenn Insurance, TD Bank and Stockton University.