Quote Chief Launches Impounded Car Insurance Service

By Victoria Gil, Sep. 13, 2018, 10 p.m.

Quotechief.com nationally recognised the lack of a comprehensive service for drivers to compare impounded car insurance quotes online. By launching this service Quote Chief hopes to make the market place for impounded car insurance more transparent and competitive for the end consumer.

 Some of the major benefits of Quotechief.com's copmarison service include:

  • Broad Market Comparison
  • 1 Simple User friendly form to complete
  • Specialist broker panel that can cover alternative risks
  • Vetted Brokers, so consumers are only dealing with the best customer service
  • Short term or long term policies
  • Fast response time

For more information on impounded car insurance visit Quote Chief's Impounded Car Insurance page hereStay up to date on all the inurance news and services from quote chief on theirblog, or twitter handle: @thequotechief.

Opportunities in Crowdfunding: Sept. 16

Opportunities in Crowdfunding

Tuesday, September 16, 2014


Mark Roderick, Flaster/Greenberg’s nationally recognized Crowdfunding lawyer, will host an informative seminar on developments in Crowdfunding under the JOBS Act, how this monumental change in securities law will alter the way small companies and entrepreneurs raise money, and new opportunities for entrepreneurs.

 Some of the major topics that will be covered in this discussion include:

  • Donation-based vs. Equity Crowdfunding
  • Types of Equity Crowdfunding – Jobs Act Title II,  III, and IV, Rule 504, Old and New Regulations
  • Background and Significance of JOBS Act Crowdfunding
  • The Role of Portals in Crowdfunding
  • Current state of the Crowdfunding marketplace
  • New Opportunities

For more information on Crowdfunding, including news, updates and links to important information pertaining to the JOBS Act and how Crowdfunding may affect your business, follow Roderick’s blog, or twitter handle: @CrowdfundAttny.


Mark Roderick, Shareholder and Crowdfunding Attorney, Flaster/Greenberg PC

Date and Time:
Tuesday, September 16, 2014

8:00 a.m. Registration and breakfast

8:30 – 10:00 a.m. Program


Flaster/Greenberg PC

1810 Chapel Ave. West

Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

RJF Conference Center, 2nd Floor

NJTech Weekly Reports: Why New Jersey Needs More Tech Coworking Spaces

By Carlos Abad, Aug. 5, 2014, 10 p.m.

[NJTechWeekly.com is on vacation. We have asked thought leaders from the New Jersey tech community to write about topics that are important to them. Carlos Abad, our second contributor, is a wealth adviser at Tomorrow’s Financial Services and founder of the meetup LaunchNJ Entrepreneurial Hub. Along with partner Jason Frasca, he is about to open Summit Cowork, a space in Summit.]

Coworking spaces are vital to New Jersey developing a vibrant tech ecosystem primarily because they help increase the number of quality startups in our state.

There are many pieces to the ecosystem puzzle. They include the educational institutions that create targeted entrepreneurial programs, receptive politicians who promote the tech community, specialized service providers, interested corporations, investors and a steady flow of quality startups.

Politicians and corporations will only become interested when they see the steady flow of quality startups. A well-run coworking space provides a great environment for entrepreneurs to launch these companies.

Coworking is fertile ground for great ideas to grow into great businesses. This does not mean a successful startup can’t be launched without them. Many legendary companies have been started in garages, basements and sheds.

The problem with launching a company from home is that you can easily develop tunnel vision and start thinking that all your ideas are great. That often leads to wasted time, money or both, which startups can ill afford.

You can try to work around this by developing a system through which you periodically reach out to others. For a few highly disciplined people this may work, but most of us end up making excuses (for example, “I need to get this done, then I’ll do it.”). At a coworking space, all you have to do is talk to the person next to you to receive feedback, or wait until a person takes a coffee break to solicit input.

Coworking spaces conserve personal energy while providing networking opportunities. Being an entrepreneur requires a lot of work and has many ups and downs. Working alongside others who are experiencing many of the same issues you are can go a long way to helping you get past the tough times.

The value of networking is often overlooked by startup founders. Some figure they’ll just find the resources when they need them. Others never consider networking’s value or become so busy that they never engage in it. When you work in a coworking space, networking is built in. Unless you are extremely antisocial, you will talk to your neighbors, who will in turn know people whom you may need at some point.

Incubators and accelerators are an important part of the ecosystem, but each has its shortcomings with regard to building an ecosystem. There aren’t enough incubators, and accelerators are great, but what happens when a company graduates from the program? Coworking spaces are a low-cost alternative that fills this need.

Finally, just being in a coworking space may help motivate some potential entrepreneurs to take the leap. I know a few people who saw a coworking sign, walked in, signed up for a free trial and ended up launching a company.

Coworking spaces are not a magic bullet, but they are a great resource for helping to launch quality startups. That is why they are vital to a vibrant tech ecosystem in New Jersey.

Meet Your Neighbor: Swisco



I feel good about our future along the River. Camden is more organized, cleaner, has less crime, and we’re gaining more neighbors and there are less vacant buildings. The City has definitely changed.
— Paul Pallas II

Meet Paul Pallas II, Operations Manager at Swisco. Swisco, a family-owned company that began as a small repair shop in the 1970’s, has now grown into its third generation and turned into Swisco.com, the ultimate source for current and hard-to-find replacement parts. Swisco.com has an online catalog filled with replacement hardware for windows, doors, closets, lavatories, drawers, cabinets and more; online orders are filled and shipped from Swisco’s offices in downtown Camden.

Paul lives in Girard Estates in South Philly and bikes or drives over to Camden for work. His car commute is only 12 minutes, bicycling is 40 minutes, and he loves how easy the commute is. He is proud of his family-owned business’ continued presence in Camden, and he works with his dad, uncle, aunt, cousin, and two sisters. They take advantage of Camden’s low taxes, potential hires from both sides of the river, and lunches at the Victor Pub.