Hammonton, NJ – October 2012 – Eileen Unger, President and CEO of Emergency Preparedness Partnerships, was a presenter in the Established Entrepreneur Track at the 2012 New Jersey Womens Entrepreneurship Series, hosted by the New Jersey Division on Women on October 19, 2012. In celebration of National Business Women’s Week, the series concluded the last of three innovative New Jersey Womens Entrepreneurship Series (NJ WE Series) events at the Princeton Marriott Hotel & Conference Center at Forrestal in Princeton, New Jersey.
10.1 million firms are owned by women (50% or more), employing more than 13 million people, and generating $1.9 trillion in sales. “Supporting women entrepreneurs is essential as job creation is greatly needed in our country today. A job not only supports a worker, it provides for a family, and creates purchasing power that supports local and national economies,” said Unger.
Emergency Preparedness Partnerships’ experienced utility veterans help create fully customized and highly functional disaster preparedness plans for utility companies. EPP offers A-Z solutions addressing any emergency preparedness need, including plan and procedure development, exercises and drills, employee training, and anything in-between. EPP’s wide range of services are designed to help any company plan, prepare for, and ultimately mitigate the disruptions caused by natural disasters and other potentially critical incidents that can quickly send an organization into crisis mode. Our goal is to help your organization deal with these incidents efficiently, cost effectively, with minimum risk, and with a high regard for the potential impact on your employees, your facilities and your clients. For more information, visit http://emergencypreparednesspartnerships.com/.
To learn more about the New Jersey Womens Entrepreneurship Series, visit http://www.wcecnj.org/