New Jersey State Director Eileen Kean was featured in Bolly Inside discussing funding for the State Trade Expansion Program: “The head of the National Federation of Independent Business – New Jersey said that whenever small firms have the chance to obtain a grant, it’s a terrific thing. The award monies, totaling $500,000, will aid in their expansion into international markets.”
The New Jersey Department of State’s Business Action Center announced new grants for food and beverage manufacturers in underserved business communities, reports The Center Square. State Director Kean said NFIB is supportive of the grants, but the biggest concern remains that Gov. Murphy has not replenished the Unemployment Trust Fund.
Insider NJ highlighted NFIB’s involvement in a letter urging the state Legislature to stop Gov. Murphy’s building electrification mandate: “Several prominent New Jersey organizations today joined a growing chorus calling for the Legislature to stop Governor Murphy’s massively expensive mandate of electrification of boilers in large buildings. The organizations include…the National Federation of Independent Business …”