MAIN Libraries Partners with County College of Morris to Offer Online Guide for Businesses

MAIN Libraries Partners with County College of Morris to Offer Online Guide for Businesses

Free business resource designed to help local businesses prosper

August 25, 2021

Cedar Knolls, NJ  –  Morris Automated Information Network (MAIN) Libraries, a northern New Jersey shared services consortium of 49 public libraries, has just announced the launch of the Business Development Resources Toolkit in collaboration with the County College of Morris (CCM). 

Hosted on the CCM Library website, the toolkit is a one-stop-shop knowledge sharing center designed to give business owners, professionals, nonprofits, business students and others easy access to research tools and curated content to support business growth, professional advancement, research initiatives and more.

“One thing libraries do very well is to collaborate with each other,” said Luis Rodriguez, Butler PL director and MAIN PR committee chair. “I am very pleased that we were able to work with the County College of Morris Library to create this guide in support of local business professionals and students alike.”

“CCM has a mission to enable local businesses to prosper.” Said Heather Craven, Dean of CCM’s Learning Resource Center. “The CCM Library is excited to host this resource to promote business development in the region,” she added.

The toolkit is an extension of the state-wide L2B (Libraries to Business) initiative that connects job seekers, businesses and nonprofits to online events and webinars hosted by organizations and industry experts. This resource is available at all times here:

About MAIN 

The Morris Automated Information Network (MAIN) is a consortium of 49 public libraries located in Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset and Warren Counties. MAIN’s mission is to lead and encourage collaboration, resource sharing, staff development and innovation by providing high-quality, cost-effective shared services to member libraries for their communities. MAIN aspires to help member libraries and the communities they serve readily access a rich spectrum of resources.

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