New Jersey’s future palns to be decided

February 7, 2013 by  

The New Jersey Future Redevelopment Forum is an annual event that gives business and the public the chance to share their ideas on the direction they wish the state to take. The 2013 forum will be taking place in New Brunswick in early March.

The forum will consist of plenary sessions, workshop, keynote speeches, breakfast, lunch, and networking opportunities. The keynote speaker for the lunch keynote address will be John Fregonese of Fregonese Associates. Other speakers at the forum will include Eric Alderman of the Cameron Group, Anne S. Babineau of Wilentz, Goldman and Spitzer, Debbie Hart of BioNJ and Richard Larrabee of the Port Authority of NY and NJ.

Topics of workshops will include innovative housing solutions, how climate change will impact business in the future, and how to use value-capture tools. Those attending will have the opportunity to share their ideas and to learn best practices for the future.

The forum will no doubt draw business leaders from all over the area, including nearby Cranbury. Those attending will likely be investing in business card printing services in advance of the forum, as they will want to be sure to have enough cards to exchange during the networking events, breakfast, and lunch.

The New Jersey Future Redevelopment Forum will take place at the Hyatt Hotel and Conference Center. Until February 22, tickets will be $140 for New Jersey Future members, $175 for non-members and $100 for students. All tickets after that date will be $200.