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Right Up Einstein’s Alley – October 2019
Celebrating over a decade of helping make NJ the place  for high tech business success

The Future of Work – Part V

Einstein’s Alley and the New Jersey Business & Industry Association are partnering to look at advancing technology and its impact on business models throughout the world.
At the 5th Future of Work event we’ll discuss:
  • The best ways to build our Middle Skills Workforce
  • How the rise of automation is impacting employment.
  • What you can do to develop workforce skills that will meet tomorrow’s market needs.
  • How to use apprenticeships, certifications and other innovative education paths to prepare the middle skills workforce
Register Now – October 23rd – 8:30-11am
Take advantage of Early Bird Registration
Until October 11th
We know our world of work is changing and changing fast. This program will focus on how to develop the middle skills workforce we need to meet the changing business environment in the era of AI and Robotics.
Keynote speaker will be Jane Oates, President of Working Nation. Prior to Working Nation, Oates served as the Assistant Secretary for Employment and Training at the US Department of Labor (DOL) under President Obama.
Oates became a national leader in education and workforce programs during her ten years with Senator Edward M. Kennedy on the US Senate’s Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. Oates served as the Commissioner of the New Jersey Council of Higher Education under Governor Corzine.
We are delighted to have key government officials including Commissioner Labor and Workforce Robert Asaro-Angelo and are assembling a C-level speaker panel in major sectors for New Jersey

Plan to be there. Wednesday, October 23rd 8:30-11:00AM
Crowne Plaza Princeton. Early bird price until Oct. 11th

Immigrant Entrepreneurs Honored for

Making a Difference in New Jersey

Winners of 7th Annual Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards

Awards Presentation October 8th at Rutgers

The winners of the 7th Annual New Jersey Immigrant Entrepreneurs awards will be honored on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 8:30 a.m. at the Rutgers University Visitors Center, 100 Stephen Rd, Piscataway, NJ 08854. The awards program features Rutgers Chancellor Christopher Molloy and is hosted by the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce.

The 2019 winners are:

Albert Einstein Award for Innovation

Wei Wang, PhD, PE
UrbanTech Consulting Engineering, PC
President & CEO

Nicholas Marcalus Award for Sustainability

Annabelle Radcliffe-Trenner AIA, RIBA, NCARB
Historic Building Architects, LLC
Founder & Principal

Caspar Wistar Award for Growth
Sandeep Agarwal
Pure Indian Foods
President & CEO
Rising Star Entrepreneurial Award

Veronique Cardon, MS
The CogniDiet® Program
Founder & CEO

The New Jersey Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards honor immigrant business leaders helping New Jersey communities thrive. The awards were created to highlight the social and economic contributions of New Jersey’s immigrants to communities throughout the state and celebrate the important role of immigrants to today’s economy. The awards are sponsored by a broad-based coalition of New Jersey chambers, associations and organizations including the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Asian Indian Chamber of Commerce, Diversity Dynamics, Einstein’s Alley, Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce, NJBIA, the New Jersey Chinese-American Chamber of Commerce, Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce, and the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey.

The awards will be presented on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 8:30 AM at the Rutgers University Visitors Center, 100 Stephen Rd, Piscataway, NJ 08854. The awards program features Rutgers Chancellor Christopher Molloy. The awards program is co-sponsored by the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Could Princeton Offer Transit on Demand For All, Even Those Who Don’t Drive Cars?
Lively town resident discussion about Autonomous Vehicle Possibilities at Sept. 28th Princeton Future Event
 Moderated by Einstein’s Alley ED   

What if an automated vehicle could drop you off with your groceries at your front door, then go pick up someone else? One car could make about 50 “person” trips per day instead of five, so that only one car is needed for every ten that exist now, and at night only one car, not ten, would need to be parked.
Could Princeton families with a few cars cut back to one or two, or none?
By Donald Gilpin | Town Topics | September 25, 2019

 Changing the way we get around.

On-Demand Transit

The concept of ‘on-demand’ transit is not completely new. Even in Princeton, ‘Crosstown Transportation’, which is available for seniors, offers door-to-door transportation, by prior reservation, to any destination in the municipality, for $3. The most modern versions of this kind of transit service use smartphone apps and aim to group riders from similar areas into shared vans, so the shuttles can reach more people, more quickly. Although some transit experts have expressed skepticism that on-demand shuttles can ever move as many people as traditional transit, many towns are launching experiments to see if on-demand transit can help their residents meet their transportation needs.
At best, on-demand transit could complement traditional bus services to enable more people to get by without owning a personal automobile.
Could Princeton families with a few cars cut back to one or two, or none?
Walkable Princeton | September 25, 2019

China IP Road Show

 Register to attend at: http://bit.ly/30mY6Nm

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Einstein’s Alley Website


The Einstein’s Alley website is for you. Check the Directory section and see the companies listed that you need to know.


The website is also a great place for visibility for your company.  Contact kkish@kennethg73.sg-host.com for information both on membership and on how to get a highlighted listing in the Directory. Or go directly to the website and download the form.


What is Einstein’s Alley?


Einstein’s Alley collaborates and coordinates with academic institutions,  governmental and private sector organizations to grow NJ as a magnet for entrepreneurial activity and as a globally recognized talent powerhouse.