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Spotlight: A Woman from Essex County Who Became One of New Jersey’s Most Successful Businesswomen

In this News 12 feature, we meet a woman who has risen to become one of New Jersey’s most successful business owners.

Adenah Bayoh is both the company’s namesake and its chief executive officer. Bayoh, a Liberian who fled the nation during the conflict when she was 13 years old, now works to provide high-quality food and services to people living in metropolitan areas.
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Spotlight: Essex County woman becomes one of the most successful entrepreneurs in New Jersey

She has expanded from owning just one restaurant to owning a chain of eateries in the New Jersey area: four IHOPs, two Cornbread farm-to-table soul food restaurants in Newark and one in Maplewood, and another in Brooklyn called Urban Vegan.

Spotlight: Essex County woman becomes one of the most successful entrepreneurs in New Jersey

Bayoh is also an accomplished property developer, having completed numerous large-scale residential and mixed-use urban redevelopment projects in the northern New Jersey region.
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She has applied for a 9% tax credit in order to construct affordable housing in Newark and is waiting for clearance.

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Bayoh claims she has two children at home and that, as a native of Newark, she feels a responsibility to the city’s youth.

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