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The New Jersey Business Incubation Network
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NJBIN Welcomes Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP as Silver Sponsor
Camden, NJ—The New Jersey Business Incubation Network (NJBIN) welcomes Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP as Silver Sponsor. The sponsorship signals a collaborative arrangement between NJBIN and Morgan Lewis that will enable NJBIN to more effectively deliver on its mission of supporting startup companies while offering Morgan Lewis visibility and access to the more than 500 companies that are housed in New Jersey business incubators.
“We couldn’t be happier about this new agreement with Morgan Lewis,” said Suzanne Zammit, president of the New Jersey Business Incubation Network. “As two organizations who are mutually working to provide high-quality support for startup companies, our alignment with Morgan Lewis supports our mission to accelerate economic growth through business incubation and innovation and actively promote the value of incubation and its contribution to the state’s economy.”
“As a firm that has helped many emerging growth companies in the United States, Europe, and Asia bring their ideas to market, we are thrilled to partner with NJBIN,” said, Steven M. Cohen, co-manager of the Emerging Business & Technology practice at Morgan Lewis, and a partner in the firm’s Princeton office. “We view this as another opportunity to offer clients a pragmatic, business-oriented approach to solving problems, and access to relationships that can make a difference for emerging companies.
As a Silver Sponsor, Morgan Lewis will gain visibility among the more than 500 companies affiliated with NJBIN incubators, be invited to make educational presentations to companies located in the incubators, display their logo on the NJBIN homepage, and receive four quarter-page ads in the quarterly NJBIN-NBIA chapter newsletter. The newsletter is mailed to state and federal legislators and an electronic version is distributed to NJBIN’s network of companies, investors, professional service providers and stakeholders within public institutions and private organizations that support the entrepreneurial community.
About Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
Morgan Lewis provides comprehensive corporate, transactional, litigation, and regulatory legal services to clients of all sizes—from global Fortune 100 companies to just-conceived startups—across all major industries. We craft and execute business- and industry-specific strategies that align with today’s evolving economic and regulatory conditions, and that address the full scope of our clients’ challenges and opportunities in the courtroom, in the boardroom, within the workforce, and in government and policy matters. Founded in 1873, Morgan Lewis comprises nearly 3,000 professionals—lawyers, patent agents, employee benefits advisors, regulatory scientists, and other specialists—in 24 offices across the United States, Europe, and Asia. For more information about Morgan Lewis or its practices, please visit us online at www.morganlewis.com.
About the New Jersey Business Incubation Network
In partnership with the National Business Incubation Association, NJBIN offers access to a national network of best practices for business incubators, which helps to maximize the number of successful startups in New Jersey and offers increased federal and state support for business incubators. New Jersey's incubators make measurable contributions to the state's economy through their support of businesses, primarily in technology and life science sectors. In 2010, the more than 460 client companies supported by NJBIN incubators created/retained over 1,800 higher paying jobs, generated revenues of $154 million, brought $91 million in 3rd party funding to New Jersey, and graduated 54 self-sustaining companies. Visit the NJBIN website to learn more: www.njbin.org.