About Lehigh Valley Business and LVB.com

Lehigh Valley Business is the award-winning business newspaper of record for Lehigh Valley, providing more information, more analysis and more advice pertinent to business than any other local media outlet. As the most widely read local business publication in Lehigh Valley, the Journal reaches entrepreneurs, corporate boards, middle managers and CEOs. In short, the decision-makers are reading the Business Journal.

Our news team, which has served the business community for 23 years, has established a reputation for covering the important business news in depth. We cover news of interest, use and importance to the business community. As an independently owned newspaper, we're not afraid to tackle difficult topics, and we do it objectively.

With a circulation of more than 10,000 and readership of over 35,000, the Journal reaches business leaders and decision-makers who all work, live and invest in Lehigh Valley. We bring them information that can't be found anywhere else.

Mission Statement
Journal Multimedia provides useful and important information and services in order to create success for our customers, employees and the communities we serve.

Shared Values
As an industry/market leader, Journal Multimedia holds to the highest ethical standards in all our relationships. We demonstrate these values:

Positive Attitude – We conduct ourselves with pride and enthusiasm in our interactions with others.

Excellence – We produce quality work that is timely, accurate and relevant.

Respect – We value and appreciate opinions, recognize contributions and treat everyone fairly and objectively.

Fiscal Responsibility – We operate efficiently to achieve our financial goals.

Integrity – We are truthful and honest in everything we do.

Collaboration – We believe in working and getting along with others

And … Fun – We strive at all times to enjoy each other and what we do.

Can You Dig It

Over worn words and the workplace

A recent survey of the most overused and annoying business buzzwords sheds...

Note-worthy

Falling into season festival

It's that time of year when the weather cools, the sun sets earlier, the trees...

The Talk

A little help with helping others

As others are enjoying the autumnal smells of newly fallen leaves and freshly...

Editor at Large

It's not always about the money

Several small-market teams with below-average player salaries – such as...

Networking

Dressing for success

For women, trying to land a job can be nerve-wracking enough, but add the...

Business Events

Fastest Growing Companies 2014
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Health Care Symposium
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
CPBJ Business Event
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Shale Gas Symposium
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Business of the Year
Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Special Editions

Construction & Real Estate 2014

Construction & Real Estate 2014
Our 24-page special supplement examines the construction and real estate scene in the Greater Lehigh Valley, including a cover story on Easton's surprising comeback. Other stories include a look at growth in Quakertown, how the construction trade is recruiting and training its next generation, commercial real estate and, in Berks County and Lehigh Valley, how home sales are positioned to flourish.

Berks County Business Report

Berks County Business Report
ReDesign Reading looks to ease the path for development, while the chamber starts an alliance for family businesses. Our 16-page annual supplement examines those topics and more.

Business Profiles 2014

Business Profiles 2014
This once-a-year special supplement allows our advertisers and our readers to find out more about the companies that help the Greater Lehigh Valley business community continue to grow. The profiles are a unique opportunity to tell the behind-the-scenes stories that have made these Greater Lehigh Valley businesses so successful.

Two City Center 2014

Two City Center 2014
Our 16-page special supplement salutes the opening of Two City Center in Downtown Allentown, the first of what is expected to be hundreds of millions of dollars in new development in the heart of the city.


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