Enterprise Center Launches in Camden to Help Minority Entrepreneurs

Congressman Donald Norcross stressed the importance of mentorship
Congressman Donald Norcross stressed the importance of mentorship, Photo by James Jackson

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James Jackson

Minority entrepreneurs in New Jersey now have access to consulting services in Camden that will help their businesses grow both financially and online.

The Philadelphia-based nonprofit The Enterprise Center held a grand opening on Monday of its new location in Camden at 330 Market St. that houses the New Jersey Minority Business Development Agency and the Camden Cares Business Center. 

“I am proud to lead The Enterprise Center’s expansion into New Jersey,” said Victoria Hosendorf, executive vice president of The Enterprise Center. “Through the New Jersey MBDA Business Center and Camden Cares Business Center, we have an opportunity to build upon our mission of cultivating and investing in minority entrepreneurs at a critical time when so many are struggling to recover from the pandemic and years of economic hardships."