Economic Development Advisory Committee 2014
Mission Statement: Committed to helping Beverly City create opportunities for economic development through the growth of local business, business retention and business expansion, job retention and job expansion as well as the development of properties in the city that are vacant or underutilized. The committee will also be committed to quality of life issues that will help to attract new residents to the city while retaining the community members that are already here.
Goal: The committee’s goal is to identify any obstacles or hurdles to economic development and to work with the city council and administration to make needed changes in ordinances, practices and policies. The committee will also help to promote civic opportunities for city beautification as well as improvement to quality of life.
Meeting the last Thursday of every month.
Contact: Rich Wolbert, City Administrator (609) 747-4090
City Council Contacts: Mr. Robert Lowden
Committee Members: John Newsome, Ryan Atkinson,
Burlington County Economic Development Information for Business: bcbridges.org/economicdevelopment.aspx
Starting a Business
There are nine SCORE chapters in New Jersey. Each offers free one-on-one mentoring by experienced business professionals and low-fee workshops for both new and established business owners. To find a chapter near you, visit the SCORE website and enter your zipcode.
If you’re starting a business in New Jersey, you’re in the right place. On this tab you can find information you’ll need to select the proper business type for your circumstances, register your corporation or LLC and register your new business for tax purposes. As a threshold item, you may consider linking to the Small Business Assessment Tool at http://web.sba.gov/sbtn/sbat/dsp_sbat.cfm?Tool=4 to answer the question, “Are you ready to start a business?”
For information on other topics consider visiting these tabs
•Licenses & Permits
•Growing Your Existing Business
•Financing & Incentives
New Jersey’s Incubators may be the right place for early-stage enterprises to find services to help succeed economically. Visit the New Jersey Business Incubation Network for more information.
•Registering and Responsibilities
•Business Basics & Types
Registering and Responsibilities
•Naming Your Business [pdf 440KB]
•Registering a New Business
•Registering a Trade / Service Mark
•Business Taxes and other Tax Resources
•Employer Responsibilities [pdf 206KB]
•Withholding Gross Income Tax
•Unemployment and Disability Insurance
Business Basics & Types
•Starting a Business Checklist [pdf 440KB]
•What Business Type Should I Choose?
•How Do I Start a Non-Profit [pdf 163KB]
•Establish a Captive Insurance Company
The NJ Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Rutgers-Camden is part of a statewide network that provides comprehensive consulting services and educational opportunities to Small Business owners and potential owners throughout the State of New Jersey. The SBDC at Rutgers-Camden serves Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem Counties, with several convenient training and counseling locations.
- Business Start Up Basics
- Business Financing
- Business Plans
- Business Record Keeping, Accounting and Taxes
- Government Procurement
- State and Federal Certifications (Minority and Woman)
- Market Research
- e Business
- International Business
- Business Acquisition
- SBA Disaster Loans
- Starting A Business From A-Z
- Writing A Business Plan
- Marketing Research and Strategies
- Financing a Business
- Understanding Financial Statements
- Recording Business Transactions
- Business Ownership, Contracts & Agreements
Click here to fill out a request for business management counseling from the US Small Business Association: https://clients.njsbdc.com/centeric/eRFC/eRFC.asp?office=21030&progid=1&rfctype=InternetRFC
The New Jersey SBDC Network funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. For more information on the SBA see www.sba.gov
NJSBDC and private sector experts help individuals and early stage start-ups develop, and plan for growth and expansion.
- Writing a business plan
- Learning About Accounting
- Record Keeping
- Small Business Taxes
Burlington County Links for Business and Economic Development
NJ Licenses and Permits
If you are a registered business in New Jersey your business or members of your staff may be required to hold professional or occupational licenses. Below you will find Frequently Requested License and Registrations.
You may also need construction or safety permits, or environmental licenses for some business activities. Below you will find references to common permits, licenses and certifications.
If you are not yet registered as a business in New Jersey, go to the Starting a Business tab to register, and then return here for licensing requirements.
•Frequently Requested Licenses & Registrations
•Occupational Licensing & Certificate
•Environmental Licenses and Permits
•Construction Permits and Safety Information
Frequently Requested Licenses & Registrations
•Home Improvement Contractors & Landscapers
•Child Care Centers
•New Home Builder Registration and Renewal
•Combined Cigarette License Application [pdf 171KB]
•Restaurants and Food Preparation for Retail Sale
•Lead Hazard Abatement Contractor [pdf 152KB]
•Asbestos Safety Technician
•Telemarketing Companies [pdf 151KB]
•Employment Agency including Temporary Employment, Nurse Registry, Home Health Aid, etc.
•Pesticide Applicator / Operator / Business
Occupational Licensing & Certificate
•NJ License & Certification Guide
•Professional Board and Advisory Committees
•New Jersey Career Assistance Navigator
Environmental Licenses and Permits
•DEP’s Online Business Portal
•Permit Coordination & Environmental Review
•Environmental Business Assistance Resources
•Environmental Permits and Regulations
•Occupational Safety & Health
•Bureau of Environmental Radiation
•Certificate of Radon Testing & Mitigation Business
•Radio Frequency Heaters, Sealers and Industrial Ovens
•Nonpoint Pollution Control Permits
•Shellfish Harvesting Permits
•The Environmental Laboratory & Measurements Certification Program
Construction Permits and Safety Information
•Construction Permit Application & Related Forms
•Safety Registration of Elevator Devices (New and Seasonal Registration)
•Fire Safety Registration Form [pdf 1.5MB]