New Jersey Helps Small Businesses with Online Tool that Tracks Federal, State and Local Bids and Contracts
(Princeton, N.J.) – As National Small Business Week kicks off this week, Choose New Jersey, Inc. is offering small businesses across the Garden State an online tool, RPF Watch, which can help them potentially win millions of dollars in contracts.
With hundreds of Request for Proposals (RFPs) distributed on a daily basis, small businesses can easily miss opportunities for which they are qualified. For small businesses that depend on contracts, RFP Watch can be a game changer.
“We launched RFP Watch two years ago to help spur local economic development in our state,” said Michele Brown, President and CEO of Choose New Jersey. “The easy-to-use online tool is a simple solution to a big problem—how to get small businesses in touch with the many business opportunities within our state and beyond.”
RFP Watch aggregates data from more than 30,000 public and private sources to deliver more than 10,000 contracts leads each month on average. The tool alerts companies to bids and contracts most relevant to their businesses on a daily basis via e-mail.
“So many small businesses help power New Jersey’s economy,” remarked Brown. “RFP Watch is just one way that Choose New Jersey is helping small businesses succeed in the Garden State.”
RFP Watch is available to all companies with a New Jersey location for only $25. Businesses interested in a subscription to RFP Watch are encouraged to reach out to Choose New Jersey, its supporters or their local chamber of commerce to receive the special discount code.
For additional information about RFP Watch or to subscribe online, please visit http://rfpwatch.choosenj.com.
About Choose New Jersey:
Choose New Jersey, Inc. is a privately funded 501(c)(3) corporation charged with encouraging and nurturing economic growth throughout New Jersey with a focus on making the state’s most distressed cities engines for growth and opportunity. Through marketing, business attraction and lead generation activities, Choose New Jersey markets New Jersey as a premiere business location to both domestic and international businesses. Choose New Jersey is one of four elements of the Partnership for Action (PFA), which is led by Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno and also includes the New Jersey Business Action Center, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority and the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education. For more information, visit www.choosenj.com.