Supplies in Demand: On The Road
Whether travel is part of your job or just part of your daily life, staying connected to work while going from place to place is essential for many of today’s professionals. These tools were designed specifically to keep you productive while on the go.
Laser Projection Virtual Keyboard (pictured)
Tablets and smartphones allow us to work from anywhere, but the small keyboards can be cumbersome when working on detailed projects. New technology connects with your smartphone, laptop or tablet via a wireless network to project a virtual keyboard on any surface. (Amazon.com, $99.84)
The Pop Up Desk Overnighter
This rolling suitcase has a desk that is pulled out from the back pocket and locks, providing a convenient workstation anywhere. A laptop desk stores in the rear exterior pocket, slides up the telescoping handle, and locks into place at desk-height, enabling comfortable work sessions just about anywhere. (Hammacher.com, $299.95)
Cup Holder Power Inverter
What do you do when you’re on the road and your phone, tablet and laptop all need charging? This charger has three ports, including a USB, and can power up to four devices at one time and conveniently fits into a car cup holder. (SharperImage.com, $49.99)
$400,000: Total amount raised by the Inspira Auxiliary Cumberland County since its inception in 2004. The Auxiliary raises money to support the Inspira Foundation Cumberland/Salem’s mission of providing renewable financial resources for the delivery of quality health care to the region.
$252.7 MILLION: The Grow New Jersey award amount that was granted to EMR Eastern LLC, a metal recycling company, for the possible development of a site located in Camden.
NINTH: Moorestown’s rank on the list of best places in the state to start a business, according to a recent NerdWallet survey. It is the only South Jersey town to place in the top 10.
SEVENTY: Percentage of respondents to a Camden School District survey who indicated the district has made progress on its promise to improve safety, school business, student and teacher support and communication with parents.
23,000: The amount of square feet in the Mount Laurel building that was purchased by Ibis Plaza Office Suites. The company plans to turn the space into what they call “Express Offices.”
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 5, Issue 9 (September, 2015).
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