BizNet is a Central New Jersey networking organization whose purposes are the exchange of “warm” business leads and the development of business for its members. BizNet members are expected to recommend the products and services of their fellow BizNet members whenever possible. Each BizNet member represents a different business category and conflicts of interest are not allowed. Biznet members are expected to develop new members in business categories not yet filled.
MEETINGS: Visitors are always welcome at our weekly meetings. BizNet meets on the first and the third Wednesdays at 7:15 am sharp. These meetings are held at Perkins Restaurant, 297 US Highway 22 East, Green Brook, NJ 08812. The meetings adjourn by 8:30 am.
-Proud Supporter of the Somerset County Food Bank-
Murray E. Miles: Born July 11, 1931 in Long Beach, CA, Died May 11, 2019 Murray spent 25 years simultaneously within the Navy and the Atomic Energy Commission at Naval Reactors and developed the radiological controls program for the nuclear Navy. He was Director, Nuclear Technology Division for 14 of those years. His radiation protection… Continue Reading
In the picture are Verna Cavalieri (R) of the Cavalieri Financial Group, a Biznet Member, with Marie Scannell (L), Executive Director of the Somerset County Food Bank (SCFB). Biznet members contribute to a voluntary collection at each meeting that is than forwarded to the SCFB. Tamara Robb, president of Biznet stated that thousands of dollars… Continue Reading
At the request of BizNET’s President, Tamara Robb, members of the networking group recently visited the Somerset County Food Bank to donate money collected by their membership. Pictured in the photo from left to right are: Verna Ulis, Harlee Hatoff, John Panchery, Marie Scannell (Somerset County Food Bank Executive Director) and Cindy Bloyd. In 2010,… Continue Reading
Let’s face it. Holiday shopping can be extremely stressful. Especially when you have that person in your life who seems to have everything. You search high and low for something that’s unique, but ideas seem to be void. You desperately want to get them something meaningful but usually come up short, usually grabbing something… Continue Reading
I recently set up shop at a local pet expo to sell my pet art and receive custom commissions. I love doing these shows because I get to interact with people and their pets. It also helps me to explain some of the process in commissioning a pet portrait and often uncovers many questions people… Continue Reading
New patients are generally surprised when they come to the office and find the doctor filling out our intake forms with them. This is one method I use to get to know the people in our office. For nearly two decades our office has been serving the local community with quality alternative healthcare which currently… Continue Reading
The Internet as we know it might change forever unless we fight for Net Neutrality. Do you want to see ads like these for your internet service? Net neutrality is the principle that Internet providers like Comcast & Verizon should not control what we see and do online. In 2015, startups, Internet freedom groups, and 3.7… Continue Reading
Why should you blog for your company? There are endless reasons! Driving traffic to your own website, increasing your SEO rankings, become a subject matter expert, and developing a better customer relationship. These are only a few of the reasons why blogging is so important for your company. If you want to create the best… Continue Reading
New ‘nasty’ ransomware encourages victims to attack other computers 12/23/2016 from The Guardian Popcorn Time malware offers users free removal if they get two other people to install link and pay If the software gets a full release, its innovative distribution method could lead to it rapidly becoming one of the more widespread variants of… Continue Reading