Photo by David Hollander/Hollander Photographic Services; Courtesy: New Jersey City University
By Real Estate NJ
Former Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno (left) and Hank Sheinkopf, president of Sheinkopf Communications Ltd., were among the speakers on Tuesday at “Connecting Bridges and Borders in Real Estate Property Management,” a program hosted by the New Jersey City University School of Business.
The conference in Jersey City sought to highlight property management, with a focus on promoting international business and sharing best practices from around the world and doing business in New Jersey. Guadagno, who recently joined Connell Foley after eight years as the state’s lieutenant governor, spoke about how the Garden State is a welcoming place for business and the process of major companies moving from New York to Jersey City.
Sheinkopf, the keynote speaker, discussed the importance of transportation in New Jersey, especially in places like Hudson County.
The NJCU business school’s Institute for Dispute Resolution is hosting the two-day event in partnership with the city of Jersey City.
NJCU conference set to focus on property management, global trade