Representatives from local businesses shared their stories and experiences of operating a business during the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce’s and Gloucester County Economic Development’s Quarterly Breakfast Session that was held recently at York River Oyster Company, Gloucester Point.
“We appreciated the audience questions and input and all of the sharing that took place,” said Gloria Williams, executive director of the Gloucester Chamber.
Williams said that the representatives talked about who they were, what their professional and business story was, what differentiates them from other businesses or organizations, the inner workings of their challenges and how they have gotten from point A to point B.
They also discussed when it is the right time to expand in their respective industries and gave their best advice; business or otherwise.
“There was a lot of discussion on workforce development; and the challenges to expansion ...
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