Exhibiting at the Annual Conference
The 2023 NJLM Conference
Strong municipalities are built on a foundation of cooperation, creativity, and community outreach, which will be developed and advanced this year at the 108th Annual Conference. The event will be held November 14-16 at the Atlantic City Convention Center in Atlantic City and feature three days of sessions, networking, and product highlights to help local government officials buttress their efforts to lead through a future filled with the latest developments in technology, the environment, and infrastructure while managing public safety, health, and the multitude of other issues that arise.
The event opens the doors to local government officials, connecting them with state and federal officials and resources. “In 2023, the League has chosen to feature the municipal building as the core of its Annual Conference logo,” said League Executive Director Michael Cerra, who added “it is central to every municipality, and the beating heart of the community. After years of remote gatherings, it’s a statement of where we’re at today. We’re going back to town hall. Meetings are in-person again. Our citizens are returning to main street and our community centers. And we look forward to gathering in Atlantic City this November to create stronger communities through education and collaboration.”
We invite you to join us to connect face-to-face with your NJ local government clients and prospects. The solutions, expertise, products, and services you provide are critical to the success and continued growth of New Jersey’s municipalities. Join us today!
About the NJLM Annual Conference
The Annual New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference is a must attend event that draws decision makers from all around the Garden State. The largest municipal gathering in the nation, the Conference provides extensive learning opportunities, meaningful face-to-face networking, and a comprehensive showcase of the latest product innovations to New Jersey’s local government officials and professionals.The exhibit hall hosts commercial firms, government agencies, non-profits, and associations displaying the latest products and services to educate and assist NJ municipalities with solutions. More than 125 educational sessions, clinics, panels, and workshops are conducted by the League and the 21 affiliate associations to provide invaluable learning and networking opportunities.
Don’t miss this opportunity to connect, learn, discover, and present your expertise to New Jersey’s local municipalities!
Exhibitors at the Annual NJ League of Municipalities Conference are companies that provide products and services used by New Jersey’s local governments.
Below is a partial list of industries that are represented at the conference. The full list for 2023 will be available on the interactive floor plan (in June), conference website, conference app, and Conference Program.
- Document Management
- Heavy Equipment/Vehicles
- Non-Profit/State Agencies
- Recycling/Waste Services
- Office Products
The conference is an education and business event for local government officials.
The NJLM Annual Conference delegates represent a vertical “slice” of local NJ government; a unique opportunity to meet numerous officials involved in the decision making process all in one location.
93% of New Jersey's municipalities have representation at the League Conference.
- New Jersey local elected and appointed officials
- Governing Body Members
- Purchasing Agents
- Professional Administrators
- Public Works
- Department Heads
- Municipal Clerks
- Assessors, Engineers, Code Officials
- Numerous other public sector officials
Health & Safety
The League remains committed to ensuring a healthy and safe Conference experience for all in attendance. As we come closer to our event date, the League will advise if any additional safety protocols become necessary based on the current public health conditions.
Visit our About the Conference page for more information on the Annual Conference.
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