Resource Links

The Chamber is a unique resource for the business community

SOUTH JERSEY ENERGY is the preferred Energy Supplier
of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce.
Learn how to improve your energy efficiency, or get help from a dedicated Energy Advocate here.
  CENSUS: Important economic data and statistical information is available through the US 2010 Census which can be useful in preparing a marketing and/or business plan.

Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality & Tourism at Stockton University provides a forum for public policy discussions regarding the gaming, hospitality and tourism industries in New Jersey. 

  US SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce offers SBA literature locally and more detailed information on building and financing a business is available on this website.
2017 1st Quarter Report - Atlantic City Tourism Performance Indicators This quarterly report tracks non-gaming performance by monitoring two key metrics: parking fees and hotel tax collected.    
NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR: Job opportunities, business statistics, demographics, Demographic Information; Employment Information; Retail Sales; Business Information; labor markets and many links available.   NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF TAXATION: New and current tax requirements. Most filings are now required to be submitted electronically and necessary forms are available on this website also. Much of the information posted will answer most frequent questions regarding tax issues.
CUMBERLAND/SALEM/CAPE MAY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD: Maintains partnerships between the public and private sector to develop policies and evaluate the readiness, at the county level to deliver a workforce prepared for employment in today's evolving economy.
(856) 696-5660 x3018
SCORE offers free business counseling from retired executives. Confidential counseling in available in-person or via email.

NEW JERSEY: OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Information on how to start or expand your business in New Jersey.


 GOING PAPERLESS IN YOUR OFFICE: A guide to conserving paper.


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