Garibaldi Recognized By Inaugural INNOVATE100 Initiative

On May 14, the INNOVATE100 leaders from across the state will be honored and celebrated in New Brunswick. These accomplished professionals from various sectors are important to New Jersey’s robust economy and strong community. From startups and corporations to universities, nonprofits and the government, all have a role in our innovation ecosystem.

The inaugural INNOVATE100 initiative, spearheaded by James Barrood and Innovation+, is designed to highlight and elevate the state’s finest innovation leaders and to showcase collaboration within companies and among organizations. “It is only through sustained and visionary leadership that innovation can thrive in both good times and bad. That is why we didn’t simply honor CEOs, presidents and heads, but also their colleagues who drive innovation throughout companies and organizations,” Barrood says. “We’ve also elevated the community leaders in our great state. They are the catalysts who make things happen. In addition, we’ve highlighted “Innovators to Watch,” who represent the next generation of amazing leaders.”

CEO of The Garibaldi Group, Jeff Garibaldi Sr. is being recognized in partnership with Somerset Development for his work as the exclusive office leasing broker at Bell Works, the 2 million square foot redevelopment of the historic Bell Labs headquarters building in Holmdel, NJ.

“It’s a big deal whenever you get recognized for work you have done,” says Garibaldi, “but the Bell Works project is incredibly special to me and our firm, and none of this is in the discussion if not for the incredible vision of Ralph Zucker and Somerset Development.”

For more information, check out the following article at NJ Business Magazine.