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Connecting You to the Chamber Community

Carl Willers

Networking Tip

"Be memorable and share a smile."

Recommendation to Members

"If you take a part of the networking and educational opportunities you will grow your business with valuable connections with like minded people."

Carl Willers

TD Bank

Ambassador Club Chair

609-417-3631

Anne Caruso

Networking Tip

"Listen! Let the other person tell them about themselves."

Recommendation to Members

"To get the most ROI, attend events, join committees and be a sponsor."

Anne Caruso

First Choice Business Brokers

Vice Chair, Membership

609-576-0518

Kim Biglin

Networking Tip

"Go to as many events as you can. The more you network, the more your business will be remembered."

Recommendation to Members

"Join a committee, it's fun. Plus you get to meet people who have a shared interest with you. It’s an easy way to meet people if you don’t feel comfortable networking."

Kimberly Biglin

Radius 180

Ambassador

856-866-6726

Mike Bimmer

Networking Tip

"Always remember people do business with people you like."

Recommendation to Members

"Get involved with one of the committees."

Mike Bimmer

Vox Edge

Ambassador

609-828-0927

Pedro Figueroa

Networking Tip

“Have a unique elevator speech prepared and memorized”

Recommendation to Members

“Get involved with committees which is one of most effective ways to make connections and build relationships”

Pedro Figueroa

Republic Bank

Ambassador

609-534-7184

Betty Maul

Networking Tip

"You can’t know everything, so make sure you know the people who do know! Pay it forward!"

Recommendation

"Utilize all the information that the Chamber freely shares regarding legislature, opportunities, education, networking and events. Like they say “The more you know” Sharing and Supporting your fellow members creates success for all. "

Betty Maul

Front End Graphics

Ambassador

856-547-1600

Networking Tip

"Be genuine in finding out about new people. Get to know people first and talk business later. Seek out people around the edges, people appreciate being singled out."

Recommendation

"If you make a connection, follow up! Reaching out after an event sustains a dialog that is easier to restart the next time you meet. I have met so many interesting members with niche businesses at Chamber events that have nothing to do with my professional life, but I see these people again and again, and it is so nice to have a “community” connection with them"

Donna McArdle

Deborah Heart & Lung Center

Ambassador

609-893-1200 ext. 5845

Pat O'Brien

Networking Tip

“Listen to others!"

Recommendation

"Take advantage of the Affinity Programs offered by the Chamber – Especially the Chamber Business Insurance Program that has declared a dividend for seven consecutive years – returning dollars to our members."

Patrick O'Brien

Barclay Insurance

Ambassador

856-829-1594 Ext. 1221

David Suleski

Networking Tip

"Enjoy yourself, make friends, and develop long-term relationships."

Recommendation to Members

"Attend & get involved. The more effort you put in, the more successful you'll be."

David Suleski

#Techstarters

Ambassador

877-932-0040

Les Vail

Networking Tip

"Always be the first to follow-up."

Recommendation to Members

"Be engaged beyond the events, reach out to members to introduce yourself and learn more about them so you can help them."

Les Vail

Workplace HCM

Ambassador

856-366-7598

Mike Wietrzychowski

Networking Tip

"Networking is a two way street.  Approach someone not just with what you can provide them, but what they can provide you or your contacts."

Recommendation to Members

"Get out there!  We are waiting for you."

Michael Wietrzychowski

Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP

Ambassador

856-482-5723

Networking Tip

"Smile, have fun, be genuine, and look for ways to be of service."

Recommendation to Members

"Keep learning, be open to others’ ideas, be kind, work hard, and remember what’s important in your life."

Jaime Whalen

BB&T now Truist

Ambassador

856-685-0290

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