To say it is ironic that Julia Klein had no interest in business when she was growing up in Wyomissing would be an understatement.Read More »
Univest Bank and Trust Co. of Souderton donated $2,500 to Valley Youth House through the Lehigh Valley IronPigs’ ‘Double Plays Pay’ sponsorship, which provides a $25 donation each time the IronPigs’ baseball team makes a double play. Valley Youth House provides access to shelter and counseling for vulnerable, abused and homeless people. Pictured from left: FeFe, IronPigs mascot; Emily Conners, development officer, Valley Youth House; Michael Keim, president, Univest Bank...Read More »
The PPL Foundation of Allentown awarded a $4,000 grant to the Bethlehem Economic Development Corp. and the Southside Bethlehem Keystone Innovation Zone. The money will be used for KIZ technology transfer and student internship grants, which facilitate growth in early stage startup companies. Pictured from left: Bill Michalerya, associate vice president for government relations, Lehigh University (which hosts the incubator space); Bethlehem Mayor Bob Donchez; Carol Obando-Derstine, regional...Read More »
Juskel Clothing Co. LLC, an Allentown apparel company, is using rising stars such as champion boxer Demetrius Andrade and hip-hop recording duo Black Violin to market its athletic-style clothing.
There were times when my children were young that a relative we didn't often see would remark that one of the kids was really getting tall.
A California-based company that serves the pet, lawn and garden supplies industry will set up shop with a warehouse and distribution facility in Northampton County, potentially bringing 40 jobs.Read More »
A company that invested $1.6 billion in network expansion projects last fiscal year said the Greater Lehigh Valley plays a key role in those plans.Read More »
There’s big news in business incubation.Read More »
When the U.S. women’s Olympic gymnastics team walks out onto the floor of the arena in Rio de Janeiro in their sleek and shiny leotards this week, the work of a Reading manufacturer will be walking out with them.Read More »