Hackensack-based Biogenesis received $9.36 million tax break from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) to relocate to Paterson on Thursday morning.
The United States Small Business Administration (SBA) is looking for inner city small business owners located in Paterson or other urban areas in New Jersey to participate in its fourth Emerging Leaders Initiative, a seven-month intensive entrepreneurship education series held at Rutgers Business School in Newark.
A prominent city developer is creating 100 new full-time construction and maintenance jobs in Paterson’s 4th Ward.
Jason Johnson is one of the ten next generation appliance technicians trained through a partnership between Passaic County Community College and global consumer electronics and appliance giant Haier to replace a rapidly aging workforce.
A more than 23,000 square feet industrial building on McLean Boulevard will soon be occupied by a new furniture company.
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) approved two small business incentive programs this week to benefit cities like Paterson which are designated as Garden State Growth Zones.
The state has approved almost $21 million in tax breaks for two Paterson companies on Tuesday to keep more than 100 jobs from leaving New Jersey.