The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) was founded more than 40 years ago by a group of dedicated parents of children with type 1 diabetes (T1D).
  And 34 years ago the South

  Created by Angela Barnshaw in 2006, the South Jersey Young Professionals Association (SJYPA) is South Jersey’s “largest and most dynamic organization of charitable young professionals.”


SNJ Business People – Southern New Jersey’s premier monthly business publication. Providing you with the Who, What, When, Where and Why of great business owners and leaders in the Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties. While the publication is released monthly, the website is updated weekly with photos, stories and press releases. The focus of SNJBP is to acknowledge and honor those great folks in this region who dedicate themselves to offering more to the community than they receive.

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THE August 2014 BULLS EYE FEATURE: Robert D. Prunetti

  He has served as Mercer County Budget Director, Director of Policy and Planning for the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Hopewell Township Administrator, Mercer County Freeholder, and Mercer County Executive.
He is also a...

Beyond the Clock – An Employer’s Guide to Knowing When the Course and Scope of Employment Begins and Ends

Employers should not let the idea of the employee “clocking in” and “clocking out” lull them into a false sense of...

Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development (MEND) and Conifer Realty, LLC Hold Groundbreaking for $14.2 Million Affordable Rental Senior Housing Community

  Representatives from Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development (MEND) and its joint-venture...

Avoiding the Sunburn on Solar Deals

  While the heyday of cheap energy from solar projects has largely gone with the fast rise and crash of once-lucrative New Jersey solar incentives, this subsidy program has quietly settled at more sustainable levels, and solar projects still can make good financial sense. ...


Now here are our questions for the month ahead.


You’re split right down the middle on the subjectes of carbonated soft drinks and “most iconic American made vehicle” (Mustang 21% and Corvette 21%), but you’re clear that news and news talk (53%) are your favorite radio formats

THE June 2014 BULLS EYE FEATURE: Brian W. Jones

He was named Citizen of the Year by the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce…has friends in dozens of countries around the world—from Namibia to New Zealand (he’s a licensed amateur “HAM” radio operator)…was an all...

“What would be the Impact to My Portfolio If Interest Rates Rise?”

  Looking back on 2013, many individual investors were quite satisfied with the returns realized in their portfolios. Performance was driven by a strong domestic equity (stock) market that ended +29.6%...

Driven to Care For Kids

  It began 4 years ago with a simple good intention when a group of car enthusiasts decided it was time to give back. The goal was equally simple; use their passion for great cars to put a smile on the face of as many sick children as possible. Carz N’ Toyz first event would be a toy run. That...

The Importance of an Employee Handbook

  Human resource issues are not limited to large corporations. Companies of any size are at risk of lawsuits, government sanctions, fines and penalties. They may also have high employee turnover impacting time, productivity and ultimately, money.