York City Living 2013
More than 44,000 people call the five-square-mile city of York “home,” and those residents are taking part in countless initiatives that keep it buzzing with upbeat energy and activity. There are so many reasons to spend time in York’s ever-growing neighborhoods, including new restaurants, retail shops and small businesses that are opening every day. Yorkers are proud to live, work, play and learn in this city filled with a rich cultural diversity, and they want to share that pride with you.
Book of Lists 2013
Want to know which businesses are powering ahead and which business executives are leading the charge? Then check out Central Penn Business Journal's 2013 Book of Lists. With 228 pages, Market Facts and sales leads, it's filled cover to cover with useful information that could help power your business to the top.New this year: the Book of Lists company index includes all companies in the region that submitted information for CPBJ's lists and directories. In addition, spreadsheets and PDFs of all the all the Business Journal's lists and directories are available at ListCentral.
CFO of the Year Awards 2013
Behind the scenes of every successful business is a financial executive who helped the company get there. While these CFOs rarely get the proper recognition, our CFO of the Year Awards program does just that. From small nonprofit organizations to private companies, get acquainted with the individuals who have been contributing to Central Pennsylvania's economic growth and stability.
Spring Construction & Real Estate Report 2013
Experts in the construction and real estate industries say the market is finally recovering -- but that recovery brings with it new challenges and client expectations. The spring 2013 Construction & Real Estate Report looks at how the upswing is affecting real estate appraisers, gives you hard data on the number of building permits issued, lays out why Building Information Modeling is the future of construction, and more.
Governor’s ImPAct Awards 2013
Gov. Tom Corbett, the Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development (DCED) and Team Pennsylvania Foundation designed the inaugural Governor’s ImPAct Awards to celebrate the companies and individuals who are investing in Pennsylvania and creating jobs. The program recognizes companies of all shapes and sizes that are making the greatest impact in their communities, perpetuating innovation and entrepreneurship and expanding their presence globally.
Women of Influence 2013
For many accomplished women, their secret is to not set any limits. All across the midstate, women have repeatedly shattered the proverbial glass ceiling and made a great impact on both our business landscape and their communities. That's why we're honoring 28 female leaders in the region as our Women of Influence. Through their career accomplishments, leadership, vision, community service and mentoring, they have demonstrated that no limitations will stand in the way of success.
Mid Atlantic BX Craftsmanship Awards 2013
Join Mid Atlantic BX in honoring its members in the 41st annual Craftsmanship Awards, a program that helps recognize the top employees in the commercial construction industry throughout the mid-Atlantic region. In addition, the Safety Awards give credit to industry leaders in workplace safety. Rounding out the competition are the Craftsmen of the Future awards, which honor senior students from area vocational-technical schools, who represent the next generation of tradesmen.
Lebanon County Business Report 2013
Happy 200th birthday, Lebanon County! With a great milestone comes great accomplishment, and Lebanon County has the history to prove it. From the days of iron ore mining in Cornwall and the birth of the area’s signature bologna to the large-scale manufacturers and locally based small businesses present today, the past two centuries have demonstrated nothing but community and business growth. Learn more about this county that is one of Central Pennsylvania’s best-kept secrets.
Currents - Spring 2013
How are the varying segments of the power industry faring in Central Pa.? In this issue of Currents, the Business Journal reads the meters, so to speak, of the markets for geothermal , natural gas, LED lighting and more.
Square Feet 2013
Things are in bloom around the region, and more and more local companies are expanding. That means they're doing one of two things: starting new construction or buying or leasing an existing property to create a larger facility. National and international companies are also taking advantage of our prime location, economy and workforce to open offices here. Look inside to check out the more than 4.3 million square feet of commercial, industrial and retail space available locally.
Join us in celebrating 26 Central Pennsylvania businesses and their notable anniversaries — from five years to 140 years. Reaching such milestones shows nothing short of a steadfast dedication to improving the business and social landscape of our region. It's all done through impressive business ideas, hard-working employees and incredible displays of perseverance and leadership. We can all learn something through these displays of smart business.
Giving Guide 2013
The philanthropic world is a lot like a local farmers market, where countless growers are hoping you'll support their efforts. Just as customers gravitate toward the stands that fit their interests, the same is true of community volunteers and donors in relation to local nonprofit organizations. In either case, both parties come out richer in the end, and so does the community.
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