EDGEWATER, N.J. -- The Gold Coast Regional Chamber of Commerce, located in the heart of Edgewater has been proud to serve as a catalyst to business enterprises. Thanks to the tireless works of Chamber President Brigitte Neumann and scores of local businesses, the area has gradually blossomed into a major business and cultural center in North Jersey.
"Over the last decade, the Gold Coast has experienced incredible growth in development: new office buildings, upscale residential communities, marinas, retail businesses and great restaurants that will have matched or exceed any restaurant in New York City," said Neumann.
The Chamber it is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to enhancing the economic vitality and quality of life in the greater Gold Coast area, which stretches from Englewood Cliffs to Jersey City. With the belief that business can achieve more collectively than by operating on their own, the Chamber of Commerce has flourished in the nine years since its foundation.
"Our events consists of multi chamber networking events a joint effort created by several chambers to expand the horizons of our members and constituents' our free new member and client breakfasts." said Neumann. "Our super successful Expo and Taste of the Gold Coast, where businesses showcase their services and products and get to sample the best of fare from the Gold Coasts finest restaurants was successful, as were our new Young Professionals networking events launched in 2015, and our fabulous Annual Leadership Awards Dinner where we are proud to honor amazing people for their contribution to the Gold Coast."
"People from all over the state as far north as Mahwah and as far South as Jersey City and West as Parsippany have either joined or participated at our events," according to Neumann. "Everybody loves to do business on the Gold Coast and meet other business owners that have established their business here."