Top articles of the week from August 30 to September 3

Top articles of the week from August 30 to September 3

2021-09-03T15:13:16-04:00September 3rd, 2021|Top articles of the week|

1. opens in a new windowNew Jersey grants $750k to CleanTech Ventures as part of Environmental Economics Plan

New Jersey’s economic institutions are collaborating to provide additional monetary help to local startups that focus on clean technology. The most recent grant of almost $750,000 by the Commission on Science, Innovation, and Technology (CSIT) seeks to boost clean technology ventures.

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2. opens in a new windowA well-earned break: How business leaders are spending their Labor Day this year

While summer may be coming to a close and slightly cooler winds have begun to blow through the state, eased restrictions and vaccine availability have made many comfortable, or at least cautiously optimistic, when it comes to travel and leisure this Labor Day.

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3. opens in a new windowSomething to look forward to: Labor Day weekend and more in-person events

The pandemic has permanently changed the ways in which we live and conduct business, but the need for conversation, connection and in-person experiences will forever remain crucial components of life. The upcoming Labor Day weekend offers a variety of opportunities for those looking to experience all of these elements. Nashville business leaders shared with Invest: their Labor Day Weekend plans for this year, and what they’re looking forward to that wasn’t possible last year due to the pandemic.

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4. opens in a new windowNotice a change in your water? COVID-19 could be to blame

Tampa Bay Water has recently requested its residents to cut back on water usage in an effort to mitigate a shortage of liquid oxygen, primarily used for COVID-19 patients on ventilators. This comes at a particularly dire time in Tampa Bay as hospitalizations are at an all-time high and show no signs of decelerating anytime soon.

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5. opens in a new windowSouth Jersey is all in on a diversified economy

Counties in South Jersey are embracing a move toward a stronger, more resilient post-pandemic economy and diversification appears to be the secret ingredient. Today, the seven counties in the southern tip of the state are national references for traditional industries like tourism and manufacturing, as well as more vanguard ventures such as clean energy, aviation and cannabis.

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