From NJ.com By Kathleen O'Brien April 19, 2017 President Donald Trump visited a tool manufacturer Snap-on Inc. in Kenosha, Wis., to tout upcoming changes in a visa program that brings in high-skilled workers. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) (Susan Walsh) About 85,000 jobs in New Jersey are held by foreign workers who are here on H-1B visas -
Einstein's Alley has joined the ForwardNJ coalition made up of more than 75 New Jersey-based organizations, representing over 1.5 million New Jersey residents and more than 140,000 New Jersey businesses. This group has come together to raise awareness about New Jersey's transportation funding crisis and advocate for a solution to that crisis via replenishing the
This year, we will be honoring immigrants for their achievements in growth, advocacy, innovation, sustainability, and leadership, and we will name the 2015 Immigrant Entrepreneur of the Year. Are you an immigrant entrepreneur who has excelled in one of these fields? Do you know someone, a colleague, family member, neighbor, or friend, who you think
by Marion Reinson, To the Point Consulting and Member of the Einstein's Alley Advisory Council On December 9th there was a wonderful celebration of New Jersey immigrant entrepreneurs...This event was born out of the desire to demonstrate that even in the midst of a politically polarizing debate on immigration, we can all celebrate the contributions
EAST WINDSOR — Mayor Janice S. Mironov, joined by Council Members and East Windsor Economic Development Committee Members, partnered with Einstein’s Alley Executive Director Katherine Kish and Board Members to unveil and install the first East Windsor Township Einstein’s Alley High Tech Corridor Sign. The first East Windsor “Einstein’s Alley High-Tech Corridor” sign was installed
In 1664 "New Jersey" was officially named after the Isle of Jersey. Time to Celebrate So the NJ Chamber is teaming with the State of New Jersey and NJBIZ to celebrate the Garden State's incredible legacy of innovation. Innovation is the lifeblood of business and job growth. And NJ's legacy of innovation is second to none.
Executives maintain a positive outlook for both domestic and global growth, though geopolitical tensions in Europe herald new risks for the global economy. (March 2014)-Concerns about geopolitical instability and its implications for global growth have surged, according to McKinsey's latest survey on economic conditions.1 1.The online survey was in the field from March 3 to
Making Einstein’s Alley More Accessible! Frontier Airlines expands service at Trenton-Mercer Airport
Frontier Airlines announced that starting in June, it will be adding nonstop service out of Trenton-Mercer Airport in Ewing to three more Midwest cities. [Read More]
Einstein's Alley attended the Commissioning Ceremony of the Primus Green Energy Pilot Plant at the company headquarters in Hillsborough, NJ. Primus Green Energy's alternative fuel business is based on their liquid fuel synthesis technology, a proprietary, low-cost process to convert syngas, and eventually biomass, to gasoline, jet fuels and aromatic chemicals directly without need for
Ewing Councilwoman Jennifer Keyes-Maloney, Councilman Kevin Baxter, Congressman Rush Holt, Mayor Bert Steinmann, and Katherine Kish, executive director of Einstein’s Alley, celebrate the recent unveiling of the sign proclaiming Ewing as an Einstein’s Alley community.