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.
Business of the Year 2013 Awards
Have you ever watched a crew team in action? Perched on the stern of the boat, the coxswain is responsible for race strategy and navigation, as well as ensuring that the team works in unison. This is much like the relationship between CEO and staff. He or she communicates the company’s business strategy in order to reach corporate goals. This is the level of teamwork demonstrated by our Business of the Year award winners and finalists.
Currents Fall 2013
How does PPL’s smart grid affect the number of outages your business experiences? Where do all the midstream pipeline projects slated for the midstate stand? In which municipalities do businesses and residents not have electric choice? Find out these answers and more in this issue of Currents.
United Way of the Capital Region 2013
Now more than ever, our community counts on United Way of the Capital Region (UWCR) and its safety net of services. From food pantries to life-sustaining medications, UWCR supports more than 80 programs and services that are needed to keep Central Pennsylvania strong. Learn more about this positive force in our region, and how you can help.
Forty Under 40
Members of the Forty Under 40 class of 2013 have done some pretty extraordinary things in business at a young age, juggling a growing career, community service and maybe even a young family. Some might even say that they’re real-world superheroes, or at the very least, super people in our business community. Learn about their super powers and the superheroes who have inspired them.
York Adams Business Report 2013
From the boon of 3-D printing technologies and the many breweries and microbreweries opening in York County to the feed and aquaculture industry and the popularity of ghost-hunting tours in Adams County, the area has been full of unique developments. York and Adams counties have been advancing thanks to this eclectic mix of fast-growing companies as well as businesses that have been relocating to and expanding in the area. Learn all the details inside this report.
Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies 2013
Growing significant revenue for your company is never an easy task, nor does it happen overnight. But the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies have consistently pushed the limits and grown significant revenue — seamlessly and quickly — with a combination of goals, resources and tenacity. They’re growing faster and stronger than the competition, and they’re karate-chopping their way through Central Pennsylvania, leaving their mark in the business community.
Fall Real Estate Report 2013
As the construction and real estate industries continue to rebound from the economic downturn, the fall Construction & Real Estate Report assesses some of the major projects already in the works, as well as several massive undertakings on the horizon. Plus, find out why the practice of spec building has returned to the midstate.
Lancaster County Business Report 2013
Since we live, work and play in Central Pennsylvania, we might think that we know everything there is to know about Lancaster County. In reality, there are many things that people probably don't know about Lancaster County, and this publication is intended to put some of that in focus. Keep reading to test your knowledge.
Excellence in Construction Awards 2013
The Keystone Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) holds the annual Excellence in Construction Awards program for its contractor members. Winners join the ranks of hundreds of companies recognized as “the best of the best” in the construction industry. Now in its 24th year, the competition creates a greater awareness of the quality workmanship produced by free enterprise contractors right here in Central Pennsylvania.
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