New Jersey has seen a surge in young entrepreneurs, and their support is showing no signs of slowing down.
The new Council for the Advancement of New Jersey’s (CANS) Young Entrepreneurship Council (YEC) has secured a seat in the state House of Representatives.
The council, created by Gov.
Chris Christie, will help young entrepreneurs start their businesses and build a career in New Jersey.
They will be responsible for crafting legislation to help them and other young entrepreneurs grow and thrive.
The new council will help the New Jersey Democratic Party with policy-making and grassroots support, said J.J. Goldberg, director of the Center for New Jersey Politics.
“Young entrepreneurs have shown themselves to be a powerful force for change,” he said.
“We need to encourage them to take the lead and make New Jersey a leader in helping them create jobs and opportunity for all of us.”
The council was created to help young adults with their first entrepreneurial ventures, according to the New York Times.
They have been critical in building up the state’s startup ecosystem.
They are also responsible for shaping the state legislature, the city councils, and the governor’s Office of Entrepreneurships.
“Our goal is to make New York City the next Silicon Valley,” said New York Councilman Dan Garodnick, a Democrat.
“There’s no better place to start a startup than here.
The new YEC is also helping to create a new state commission on entrepreneurship. “
The council will be the voice of New York’s young entrepreneurs and the voice for the state.”
The new YEC is also helping to create a new state commission on entrepreneurship.
It will create a commission that will work with the state Office of Economic Development and other agencies to create policies to help entrepreneurs, including new state and federal laws, and other policies that support young people.
New Jersey’s entrepreneurial environment is expected to grow by 1.8 percent this year, according a report released last month by the New American Foundation.
The growth has been fueled by the growing number of young entrepreneurs.
The state has seen an increase in the number of startups with over $1 million in annual revenue, according the report.
The New Jersey Young Entrepreneur Council is a national non-partisan organization of young people focused on the issues of youth entrepreneurship.
The state’s Council for Young Entrepreners (YEE) is the only agency of its kind in New York.
The council was established in February to assist young people and their families, especially those in the financial services, technology, and healthcare sectors.