Individual and Exhibitor Registration Now Available Online for ItalianTradeNJ –
Organized by the New Jersey Italian Heritage Commission (NJIHC), ItalianTradeNJ is a day of education and networking designed for those who participate, or who would like to participate, in Italian commerce. The event brings together buyers and sellers in a business to business environment aimed to stimulate revenue opportunities, educate, and inspire.
ItalianTradeNJ will feature an exhibit hall showcasing the products and services of Italian companies across a wide range of industries. The event will also feature panelists and keynote speakers, who will discuss opportunities for New Jersey based Italian companies to partner and profit.
$55 individual admission includes conference and expo. The event is free for college students and will include a panel exploring the value Italian companies place in new hires with an understanding of Italian language and culture.
August 3 – September 21
Center for the Arts at Casa Colombo (Jersey City)
Andrea Cassar’s collection of Italian folkart paintings will be on exhibition at Casa Colombo through september 21st.
August 9, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
Joe Palaia Park (Eatontown)
The Italian American Association of the Township of Ocean will be holding their 41st Annual Italian Festival from Wednesday, August 9th, through Sunday, August 13th, located at Joe Palaia Park in Oakhurst. The five day festival will have nightly entertainment, a midway with rides for all ages, great food such as sausage & peppers and zeppole, games, raffles, and more!
September 26, 2017 @ 8:00 am
Rutgers University, College Avenue Student Center (New Brunswick)
Join NJIHC for ItalianTradeNJ, a day of education and networking designed for those who participate, or who would like to participate, in Italian commerce.
November 26, 2017 @ 3:00 pm
Rutgers University, Nicholas Music Center (New Brunswick)
The New Jersey Italian Heritage Commission (NJIHC) is proud to invite you to its 14th Annual Congress, “Jersey Jazz, Italian Style.” This year’s edition will mark the 100th year anniversary of the first jazz record with a celebration featuring performances from accomplished NJ Italian jazz artists.