Serving the business community of Clinton and Hunterdon

cgb_logo_120These are exciting and challenging times for small businesses everywhere, and those in the Clinton, New Jersey, area are no exception. As the engines of our economy, small businesses today must keep abreast of rapid technological change, and seize the opportunity it affords – as well as managing the myriad traditional, sometimes mundane details associated with running a small company. At the same time, small business owners and managers are keenly aware that their growth and success hinge on relationships – positive relationships that are built on trust, integrity and service.

In October 1998, a small group of business persons in the Clinton, New Jersey, area saw a need for forging stronger relationships with each other for their mutual benefit and for the benefit of their community. The Clinton Business Group was born.

Biweekly Networking Meetings

Biweekly breakfast meetings provide a forum for the exchange of local business community information, ideas, suggestions, leads and referrals. CBG and its members provide professional business leadership in Clinton and the greater Hunterdon County Community, promote standards for ethical business practices, and generate opportunities for personal and professional growth.

Community Service


Mrs. Claus 2011

Actively engaged in promoting the Clinton community as a unique and desirable place to live, work, shop and visit, CBG members are also involved in community service projects. Service opportunities are regularly discussed at meetings, and recent CBG community involvement has ranged from Clinton’s Dickens Days and other local events to litter clean-up along Main Street and Old Route 22.

Many members also meet for breakfast during less-structured “off week” sessions where they exchange ideas and get to know more about each other’s businesses.

Goals & Objectives

The Clinton Business Group is an organization of men and women who represent companies that serve Clinton and the surrounding Hunterdon County area with goods and services. The group’s intent is to provide a networking environment that will help ensure business community growth and development through:

  • Meeting together regularly.
  • Sharing information, ideas, leads and referrals.
  • Discussing timely topics of interest or concern.
  • Maintaining a membership directory with informative profiles of every member company.
  • Providing a collective voice representing business interests to governmental agencies and authorities.
  • Promoting the community as a unique and desirable place to live, work, shop and visit.