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Making Public Private Partnerships Simple!

Von: www.COMPUTERCRAFT.com (aolsz@bellatlantic.net) [Profil]
Datum: 07.06.2010 11:59
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Newsgroup: alt.business
Making Public Private Partnerships Simple!
http://mppps.com
Economic growth / revitalization development . . . A new approach for
communities

Stuart@s3xllc.com
201-245-4344

Is your organization in the position to benefit from Public Private
Partnerships?

Governor Christie's new initiatives and the Red Tape Commission stated they
support "a new model for the State's economic development, investment and
job creation programs."  Choose New Jersey is the new not-for-profit
organization that will report directly to Lt. Governor Guadagno, under
Partnership for Action.

This "one stop shop" would promote.
" .the State's core strengths, including its strategic access to local and
global finance markets, highly trained workforce, creative project funding,
world class seaports and airport, extensive energy and communications
infrastructure and elite research universities."

It would be the incentive place that will cut the red tape and provide ".
tax-exempt and taxable bond financing, loans, loan guarantees, venture
capital and tax incentives, along with other incentives and variables."

Stuart Z Koperweis has been at the forefront of these initiatives for the
last decade.  As the architect of one New Jersey's largest city's economic
revitalization success stories (under former Jersey City Mayor Bret
Schundler) we successfully implemented and utilized the public/private
partnership vehicle.  Now see how your company may obtain millions in
incentives and opportunities; and how it may be used for revitalization and
development in your organization, as you grow within the State of New
Jersey.

For a Free analysis email:  Stuart@MPPPS.com
Or call:  201-245-4344

Making Public Private Partnerships Simple!
http://mppps.com
Economic growth / revitalization development . . . A new approach for
communities







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