New Jersey Economic Development Authority to give marketing help to small businesses

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…

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