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A Town Hall Meeting with Seth Godin -Thriving in a Post Sandy Business World

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  • Created: September 16, 2013, 4:16 pm
WORLD RENOWNED MARKETING GURU SETH GODIN SPEAKS AT BROOKDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ON SEPT. 25TH TO ASSIST SUPERSTORM SANDY IMPACTED SMALL BUSINESS COMMUNITY Presented by the NJ Small Business Development Center at Brookdale Community College (MOSBDC) One of the world’s most influential thought leaders and greatest voices in marketing today, SETH GODIN, will present A Town Hall Meeting with Seth Godin -Thriving in a Post Sandy Business World on September 25, 2013 at 2 p.m. at Brookdale Community College, presented by The New Jersey Small Business Development Center at Brookdale Community College, advisors to the Monmouth and Ocean Counties business communities. Godin is the author of 17 books that have been bestsellers around the world and have been translated into more than 35 languages. You might be familiar with his books Linchpin, Tribes, The Dip and Purple Cow. In addition to his writing and speaking, Seth is founder of, a fast growing, easy to use website. His blog (which you can find by typing "seth" into Google) is one of the most popular in the world. Seth Godin, named the “ultimate entrepreneur for the Information Age” in Business Week will be speaking to fellow entrepreneurs from the Jersey Shore whose businesses have been impacted by Superstorm Sandy. Monmouth and Ocean County experienced significant devastation from the hurricane. Two of the main images that are emotionally seared in many people’s minds when thinking about Sandy’s destruction are the submerged roller coaster from Seaside Heights (Ocean County) and the half standing home in Union Beach (Monmouth County). Godin will speak about marketing in a post-Sandy business world not only in terms of recovery but thriving and excelling by looking at their business with fresh eyes and a new approach to connecting with both their existing customers and potential customer base. According to Jackeline Mejias-Fuertes, Director of the NJSBDC at Brookdale Community College serving small businesses in Monmouth and Ocean counties, “We’ve found that many of the Sandy impacted business owners whom we counsel are most interested in two main areas – marketing and finance. On the financial side, they are getting their businesses back in order which may include insurance, loans, grants and some creative financing. Yet we are finding that almost equally as important to them is Marketing and how to enhance their presence and create a plan for going forward, unlike what they’ve done in the past. There’s no better person to address this than Seth Godin.” Attendees can register for this event online and can, at that time, also submit questions for a Q&A with Seth. Although there is no charge for this event, seating is limited and pre-registration is required. Tickets are available starting Friday, August 23, 2013 for Sandy impacted businesses ONLY and then on Friday, September 6, 2013 to the general public. Attendee can register at either or Brookdale Community College is conveniently located in Lincroft, NJ. All members of the media MUST register with Pasqualina DeLucia, to receive media credentials. Please email for information. There will be no flash photography and/or no recording allowed. For more information about Seth Godin, please visit For more information about our media sponsor, the Asbury Park Press, please visit For more information about this event, as well as the NJSBDC of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, please visit About NJSBDC The New Jersey Small Business Development Centers network provides comprehensive services and programs for small businesses in New Jersey, helping businesses expand their operations, manage their growth in New Jersey, helping businesses expand their operations, manage their growth, or start new ventures. Expert staff and practicing business consultants help small business owners and entrepreneurs to develop business plans, find financing, identify new markets, find procurement and international trade opportunities, commercialize technology and develop an E-commerce presence. This non-profit network is a federal-state-educational partnership, leveraging public and private funding sources to further maximize resources for the small business community. The network leverages funding from the Small Business Administration (SBA), New Jersey State Government, the educational institutions that host the 12 centers as well as other private sponsorships and grants. The NJSBDC Headquarters is located at the Rutgers Business School in Newark, NJ. The NJSBDC network is an accredited member of the National Association of Small Business Development Centers (ASBDC). More than 1,000 centers and satellite offices serve small businesses across the country. Visit