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• City of Vineland/ Economic Development
(856) 794-4000 x4621 www.vinelandbusiness.com Vineland Economic Development Department creates programs or undertakes initiatives that create or retain jobs and provide a stable tax base in order to promote the economic betterment and quality of life of the community.

• Cumberland County One-Stop Career Center Business Resource Center
(856) 696-5660
The BRC addresses workforce development requirements associated with recruitment and training in small and mid-size employers. A secondary role is to help companies navigate government agencies and non-profit organizations to find information about new business development, loan programs, child labor laws, general wage and hour information, labor market data and permitting issues.

Cumberland County/Planning & Economic Development
(856) 453-2211
www.co.cumberland.nj.us

• Cumberland/Salem Workforce Investment Board
(856) 451-8920
www.cswib.org
The WIB serves as an alliance of the public and private sector for the purpose of coordinating, providing guidance on policy development and oversight of employment and training activities in Cumberland and Salem Counties.

• Main Street Vineland/ Vineland Downtown Improvement District
(856) 794-8653
www.mainstreetvineland.org
Main Street Vineland is a non-profit organization that works to preserve, protect and enhance the downtown area with its historic and natural assets, while raising the equity value of downtown properties and its businesses. The Vineland Downtown Improvement District is located within the City of Vineland’s Redevelopment Area, the State Urban Enterprise Zone and the Federal Empowerment Zone. These designations provide an array of incentives for businesses located within their boundaries including a FaŤade Improvement Program. The purpose of this program is to improve the appearance of commercial properties located in the Main Street Vineland area.

• NJ Business Action Center
(866) 534-7789
www.NewJerseyBusiness.gov
The New Jersey Business Action Center plays a key role in helping grow, retain and attract business to the state. The center serves as a “one-stop” shop for business. The team at the center works to encourage entrepreneurship by supporting New Jersey’s businesses of all sizes.

• NJ Dept. of Labor & Workforce Development
(609) 292-7060
lwd.dol.state.nj.us
New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development is committed to providing quality service and helping New Jersey’s skilled and productive workforce gain the right job so that they can help high-quality employers compete successfully in the world marketplace.

• NJ Economic Development Authority
(609) 292-1800
www.njeda.com
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) is an independent state agency that serves as the state’s “bank for business” by financing small and mid-sized businesses, administering tax incentives to retain and grow jobs, revitalizing communities through redevelopment initiatives and supporting entrepreneurial development by providing access to training and mentoring programs.

• NJ Small Business Development Center
(800) 432-1565
www.njsbdc.com
The New Jersey Small Business Development Center’s network is committed to guiding established small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs to create and expand their business enterprises which will, in turn, result in sustainable growth, job creation and statewide economic development and prosperity.

• NJ State Website
www.state.nj.us

• U.S. Small Business Administration
(973) 645-3968
www.sba.gov/nj
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was created in 1953 as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns, to preserve free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation.

• Vineland Urban Enterprise Zone
(856) 794-4000 x4621
The Vineland Urban Enterprise Zone program enables businesses in the zone to qualify for exemption from the N.J. Sales and Use Tax on most goods and services. Businesses can also take advantage of employee tax credits and low interest loan programs ranging into the millions of dollars that are available for business development and expansion.

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