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About Jennifer Glose

A native of Allentown, Jennifer Glose has a deep connection to the Greater Lehigh Valley. Her passion for public relations and volunteerism in the community has allowed her to create a broad range of connections with area businesses. Her role at Lehigh Valley Business includes focusing on health care and on Berks County. Follow her on Twitter @jenniferg_LVB.

A win-win at Dorney

A win-win at Dorney

As we waited for dusk to settle, eager to brave the haunted mazes and scary attractions of Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom's Halloween-themed Haunt, my daughter and I tried our luck at the carnival games. Read More »»

Dressing for success

For women, trying to land a job can be nerve-wracking enough, but add the stress of finding the right outfit and mustering up the right interviewing skills — and then top all that with the ultimate pressure of entering into a highly competitive workforce. Read More »»

Mo'ne in the bank

Mo’ne in the bank

How is it that my 10-year-old daughter’s all-time favorite movie is the 1992 film, “A League of Their Own?” Read More »»

Hiring right, the first time around

We all know that hiring the wrong person for your business could pose a disaster. Read More »»

Elevator speech, in two minutes and counting

How do you sell yourself, or your company, product or service in only two minutes? Read More »»

The accessible CEO

Are you an accessible leader? Read More »»

The vacation challenge

After going through four years of college later in life, adapting to a new career and schedule meant readjusting an exercise, eating and sleeping pattern with which I had become very accustomed. Read More »»

The power in a handshake

The power in a handshake

As a young teenager in high school nearly 30 years ago, I was chosen to take the Dale Carnegie course for human relations and public speaking – a program based on Carnegie’s self-help book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” Read More »»

Barbie breaking the glass ceiling

Barbie breaking the glass ceiling

In real-life she would be five feet, nine inches tall and only weigh about 110 pounds, but the newly released Entrepreneur Barbie is sending her strongest message yet. Read More »»

A different summer sun

With several years of volunteering experience under our belts, my kids and I always look forward to a new opportunity to pay it forward. Read More »»

Can You Dig It

Over worn words and the workplace

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

Note-worthy

Iconic bluegrass legend Sam Bush to perform in Jim Thorpe

I've been an avid musician since I was about 14, playing relentlessly and...

The Talk

Wine tasting with Godfather actor likely to be mobbed

My husband must have seen every mob movie a dozen times, and he enjoys them...

Editor at Large

Three years later: A monster in jail and misconceptions remain

Penn State students and fans Saturday showed support for late coach Joe Paterno...

Networking

A win-win at Dorney

As we waited for dusk to settle, eager to brave the haunted mazes and scary...

Business Events

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

Special Editions

PPL Center 2014

PPL Center 2014
The opening of PPL Center in Allentown signals another watershed moment in the remarkable revitalization of the city’s downtown. Our 20-page special supplement looks at the making of the arena, its impact on the economy here and beyond, and what it means to the future of the region.

CFO of the Year Awards 2014

CFO of the Year Awards 2014
Lehigh Valley Business honors the financial executives who keep the wheels turning for their companies and the entire region. Our 28-page special supplement fetes these professionals — who typically toil and strategize behind the scenes yet are ever so vital to success.

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.


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