The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) is giving away free marketing services to small business owners looking to expand their online presences.
The Small Business E-commerce Support Program launched this month as part of the state’s Main Street Recovery Finance Program, a $100 million small business support program included in the state’s 2020 Economic Recovery Act. The pilot program has been initially funded with $1 million to assist small businesses with website development and optimization as well as improving their e-commerce, online ordering, and appointment booking platforms.
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“We’re trying to really reduce the burden of running a small business and alleviate some of the pain points,” said Christina Fuentes, NJEDA’s vice president of community and business development.
Fuentes says that the…