Hudson County Consortium Launches Suite of Education Offerings

Hudson Chamber Partners with Local Organizations to Better Serve County Businesses

Consortium_Logo_version2JERSEY CITY, N.J…. The Hudson County Consortium for Business Growth and Development has been newly formed by five county organizations dedicated to building the capacity of local area businesses. The Hudson County Consortium intends to support business growth and development through the design, plan and coordinated delivery of educational programs to better serve entrepreneurs, start-ups, early stage and mature businesses.

The Consortium, which will provide access to educational programs throughout Hudson County, is comprised of the following founding partners: Hudson County Chamber of Commerce; Hudson County Community College, Center for Business and Industry; Hudson County Economic Development Corporation; the Hudson County Office of Business Opportunity; and NJ Small Business Development Center at New Jersey City University.  The Consortium also intends to support the Hudson County Office of Business Opportunity in its efforts to assist businesses in becoming eligible for certifications and in gaining access to procurement opportunities at the county, state and federal levels and in the private sector.

“The Chamber is excited to partner with organizations that have a proven track record of delivering excellent educational programming for area businesses and entrepreneurs,” said Maria Nieves, President & CEO of the Hudson County Chamber. “This partnership enables us to be true to our mission to provide our Member’s with access to the best resources in the community, assist them in becoming certified, and at the same time, support the good work of our partners.”

The Hudson County Consortium’s first initiative is the launch of spring educational programs that include classes in basic financial management, accounting fundamentals, QuickBooks, and Excel for business and finance professionals. Spring classes began in March and will continue through June and are open to the public. Information about class offerings, dates, and locations, as well as how to register is available at

Founded in 1888, the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce is one of New Jersey’s oldest and largest regional chambers of commerce. The organization serves more than 625 members and is celebrating its 130th anniversary year. For information about the Hudson County Chamber, please call (201) 386-0699 x 220 or visit

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