July 2015
njbiz;7/6/2015, Vol. 28 Issue 27, p14
An interview with Michele Brown, President of Choose New Jersey, New Jersey Leutenant Governor Kim Guadagno, and Melissa Orsen, Chief Executive Officer of New Jersey's Economic Development Authority (EDA), is presented. Guadagno talks about her involvement in the public-private approach to economic development, the Partnership for Action. Orsen talks about the businesses that were attracted or retained in New Jersey. Brown talks about the role of women leaders in business.


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