Choose New Jersey Launches New Website

Princeton-based Choose New Jersey, Inc., a privately funded organization dedicated to encouraging and nurturing economic growth throughout the state, is pleased to announce the launch of its new website,

The new data driven website features a fresh, clean look with bold images and updated messaging with custom infographics, tables and panels for a diverse display of content. The homepage, which spotlights 5 Reasons to Choose New Jersey and its key industries, gives businesses looking to relocate or expand easy access to information on the State’s assets.

“New Jersey’s highly-educated workforce, strategic location in the heart of the Northeast corridor and many assets for business make it an attractive place for companies to locate or expand,” said Michele Brown, President and CEO of Choose New Jersey, Inc. “Our goal was to create a website that tells New Jersey’s story in an interesting and informative way to serve as a starting point for companies that want to learn more about what New Jersey has to offer.”

Developed in collaboration with Princeton Partners, Inc. the responsive website makes it easy to access information on New Jersey’s assets – from its world-class infrastructure to its business assistance programs – via desktop, tablet or mobile device.  Comprehensive information on the State’s key industries, State and County data, as well as information on the quality of life New Jersey offers its residents is included on the site.

The site also was designed with an advanced contact section on each page to make it easy for visitors to connect with a member of Choose New Jersey’s team for additional information or to access the wide range of complementary services provided by the economic development organization.

“We are confident our new website will become a valuable resource for company decision makers, site selectors and employees of companies locating to New Jersey,” concluded Brown. “We encourage the business community to visit the site often for updated information about New Jersey, its industries and its assets.”

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