Who We Are

The Morris County Economic Development Corporation, a division of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce, is a partnership of business and government dedicated to growing the economy of Morris County, New Jersey through programs and services that result in business attraction, creation, retention, and expansion, and to assist government in managing growth for the benefit of present and future generations.

Morris County Economic Development Corporation was established in 1992 and operates as a division of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce. The mission of the organization is to expand, attract, and retain businesses in Morris County, bridging the gap between private corporate and government entities. Our marketing efforts within Morris County and beyond promote the superior quality of life that residents enjoy and emphasize the infinite benefits to growing your business in this area.

Meet the MCEDC Team

Quick Data


Forbes magazine

Best county in the USA to live in.


Forbes magazine

Business start-ups in Morris County


Fortune magazine

Number of Fortune 500 Companies



Average commute time, in minutes, to NYC.



Colleges and Universities

Target Industries

financial services
aerospace and defense

What Morris County Businesses Have to Say

“Our location in Morris County affords us all the advantages of being in the New York Tri-State area, including ready access to world-class companies and talent. With tranquil surroundings, benign commutes and a supportive work environment, we have much to be thankful for.”

Dan Neugroschl, CEO, Chiral Photonics, Inc.

“Morris County, home of Holland Manufacturing Company for nearly 60 years, is a great location with access to very competitive truck/freight rates. Morris County is close to ports for export shipments and it provides good rail service”

Jack Holland, Founder, Holland Manufacturing Company

“As a core value for BASF, diversity is ingrained in our daily business objectives. Our Morris County location supports this focus with diversity of culture, environment, and access to a pipeline of talented individuals whose background and experiences contribute to our innovation.”

Robin Rotenberg, VP and Chief Communications Officer, BASF

“Morris County is a great place to live and work. Being able to recruit from a large base of highly educated and hard-working people makes Morris county a natural for our company headquarters. Not to mention easy access to 3 major airports and Manhattan.”

Doug Canfield, President, Canfield Scientific, Inc.

“Morristown Medical Center, part of Atlantic Health System, is proud to celebrate 125 years in Morris County. Atlantic Health System is the second-largest employer in Morris County. Morristown Medical Center has been recognized as one of the best hospitals in the nation and regionally recognized as one of the top hospitals in the New York Metro area. Physicians and staff who previously worked at larger, city institutions have relocated to Morris County for a better quality of life without sacrificing their ability to work in a nationally-ranked medical center. We are committed to improving lives and empowering our communities through health, hope, and healing.”

Trish O'Keefe, President, Morristown Medical Center

The Beauty of Morris County on Display

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Recent posts to the MCEDC Blog

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The Growing Reliance on Technology and Cyber Threats: The Cost to Businesses

March 31st, 2017|0 Comments

The risk of cyber related crimes has escalated into a significant private sector crisis. A growing number of business emergencies caused by data breaches [...]

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Is Morris County the Silicon Valley of the East?

March 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Is Morris County the Silicon Valley of the East? It just might be! In June 2016, a partnership of both the Morris County Economic Development [...]

  • Business Growth Starts from Within

Business Growth Starts from Within

March 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Recently I attended a Vistage meeting in San Diego, California where I was fortunate to participate in a workshop conducted by Dr. Eve Grodnitzky [...]

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What’s preventing NJ companies from growing even more?

March 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Growth opportunities have increased for companies, but what's preventing NJ companies from growing even more?  Given talent availability and no constraints to plant expansion, [...]

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