Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Greater Trenton and Trenton Downtown Association is hosting a meet and greet this Friday at Cooper’s Riverview on Friday, Nov. 5 from 8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m. 

Hal English, President and CEO of Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce, explained that this event happens a couple times during the year to help spread the good news about the city.

“It’s a meeting of the minds of the movers and shakers of the city of Trenton,” English said. “People that are invested in the city are going to put on an Economic Development Series to talk about everything good that’s going on in the city of Trenton in regards to business and jobs.

Opening remarks will be made by C. Andre Daniels, Director of Housing and Economic Development for the City of Trenton.

“Investments are being made in the city of Trenton that will create new opportunities for residents, business owners, and investors,” Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce explains on its website. “Join us for an in-person breakfast featuring a panel discussion about a variety of new projects in the pipeline.” 

Panelists include John Hatch, AIA, LEED, AP, Clarke Caton Hintz and Hx2 Development; Geoffrey Goll, Princeton Hydro; Josh Levy, Vessel Technologies; and Elijah Dixon, The Orchid House. You can register for the event on PMRC’s website at this link.

“This event brings together three real estate developers and the president of an environmental engineering company that is relocating its headquarters to Trenton. We will be discussing how economic and real estate development and companies relocating to Trenton will positively impact Trenton by creating opportunities for current and future Trentonians,” said George Sowa, Chief Executive Officer of Greater Trenton and the moderator of the event.