Randolph is committed to helping new businesses succeed by connecting them with important tools and information. It’s no secret that growing a successful business is a combination of hard work, good planning, trained employees, and access to the right resources.
Within the community, there are many educational and training opportunities available at local institutions like the County College of Morris’ Center for Business and Technology, which offers many employment training and workshops. As well as our very own Economic Development Committee, whose members are entrusted with the responsibility of developing proactive approaches to maintaining a balanced and vibrant commercial/ industrial sector.
Entrepreneurs and business owners interested in starting up, expanding, or relocating in Randolph are encouraged to check out the EDC’s New Business Welcome Packet. The document provides extensive information about useful township resources, permits and fees, community demographics, important contacts, business resources, and more.
You will find that in Randolph Township and Morris County, there are numerous programs and committees dedicated to helping businesses grow and prosper.
The EDC wishes to extend assistance to you in your efforts to establish a business within the community.
The EDC’s responsibilities include:
This committee is comprised of 12 volunteer members and overseen by a council liaison.
For further information regarding existing Randolph business and resources you can also visit our local business website RandolphLocal.comLearn More
The Randolph Area Chamber of Commerce represents the needs of local organizations to the government and the community on business related issues important to our members.Learn More
The Morris County Economic Development Corporation (through the MCEDC Team) helps local companies, business owners, and entrepreneurs navigate and tap into the many local, regional, state, and federal resources for business assistance.Learn More
The Dept. of Treasury offers General information about starting a business in New Jersey, including links and forms for both downloading and filing online. Services offered on the site include;
The EDA is an independent State agency that finances small and mid-sized businesses, administers tax incentives to retain and grow jobs, revitalizes communities through redevelopment initiatives, and supports entrepreneurial development by providing access to training and mentoring programs. You can also find information in regards to many different types of businesses, including; small, large, manufacturing, sciences, technology and not-for-profits.Learn More
The One-Stop Career Centers in Morris County offers free services to help job seekers develop the skills needed to succeed in today’s work environment while also providing assistance to employers that are interested in recruiting new talent for their business. Services include access to center resources like technology and interviewing locations, career navigation and training services, employee resources and workforce aid, and filing assistance. For more information about the Morris County One-Stop Career Center please click here.
13 Emery Avenue
Randolph, New Jersey 07860
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
The Morris-Sussex-Warren Workforce Development Board (WDB) is responsible for planning, policy guidance and oversight of the workforce development system in Morris, Sussex and Warren County. The tri-county board’s goal is to combine area employment, training and supportive services and programs into a One Stop Career Center System that will meet the needs of jobs-seekers and employers alike. Through planning, data collection and continuous improvement of programs and services, the WDB seeks to maximize the efficiency of the local labor market, surpass customers’ expectations and exceed federally required and state determined performance standards.
New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program, Inc. (NJMEP) is a not-for-profit company dedicated to strengthening manufacturer’s competitiveness through improving the entities productivity, performance and profitability. The training processes and methodologies at NJMEP are designed to meet the needs of today’s manufacturers through aid in adapting to the latest innovations in technologies and business practices. NJMEP provides manufacturers with the training, tools, and knowledge to grow and succeed in the industry. With an encompassing focus on operational excellence, innovation and growth and workforce development, the NJMEP is a valuable resource for NJ Manufacturers.
2 Ridgedale Ave Suite 305, Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927
The goal of the Center for Business & Technology is to deliver cost-effective, professional training to improve the quality of your workforce your way. Located on the County College of Morris campus, the center of business specializes in offering high-quality on or offsite training programs and services for business in the grater Morris county area. The workforce training and course available encompass the full spectrum of business skills, focusing primarily on developing soft skills, such as critical thinking and leadership, technical skills, like visual presenting and mechanical skills, and finally language courses in Spanish, Mandarin and ESL.
Center for Business & Technology – County College of Morris
214 Center Grove Road
Randolph, NJ 07869 Phone: 973-328-5188 Website: https://www.ccm.edu/category/continuing-education/