BC2 is now BCSJ
Mount Laurel, NJ — Businesses Committed to Burlington County (BC2), a non-profit organization promoting commercial, industrial and residential development throughout the county, has a new name and expanded focus. Now officially Businesses Committed to South Jersey (BCSJ), the group will continue BC2’s original goal of encouraging commercial, industrial and residential growth by increasing the visibility among businesses in target markets. It will now reach beyond Burlington County and do so throughout South Jersey.
The group led by new board president, Daniel Caldwell, principal with Stout & Caldwell Engineers, and board VP, Jeffrey Lucas of Rose Commercial Real Estate, did not make this decision quickly or rashly. It was strategic at time when there is a lot of change regionally, nationally and international. “Maintaining a strong presence and building further collaboration of the region’s counties is key to the area’s continued success,” said Caldwell. “With this expanded footprint, we look to increase benefits that foster greater awareness among members.”
This includes introducing new events, speakers and venues to grow our program base and bringing members relevant and timely information to help business strategies.” Businesses Committed to Burlington County (BC2) was founded in 1970 to promote the common good and general welfare of the members of the Burlington County community by focusing on the orderly development of the commercial/industrial and residential climate of Burlington County, insuring that the highest standards of quality are maintained, mainly through educational, public relations and promotional events. In 2016, the organization became Businesses Committed to South Jersey (BCSJ), with the same goals but expanded reach throughout the region.