Book of Lists 2014
What’s the largest privately held company in the midstate? Who developed the most commercial square footage last year? Who are the largest employers in Central PA? Find the answers to these questions – and much more – in our 2014 Book of Lists, the quintessential guide to business in the midstate.
Women of Influence 2014
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.
Dauphin-Cumberland Business Report 2014
With the capital city being part of the Dauphin/Cumberland region, it creates a unique economy. But even more interesting is the economic effect of the Susquehanna River. While Harrisburg originated as a trading post whose livelihood relied on the river for transportation, today the river attracts housing, restaurants and many other businesses — from those on City Island to Three Mile Island, which draws on the water supply to produce nuclear power.
Governor's ImPAct Awards 2014
Gov. Tom Corbett, the Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development (DCED) and Team Pennsylvania Foundation created the 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.
Financial Executive of the Year 2014
Behind the scenes of every successful business is a financial executive who helped the company get there. While they rarely get the proper recognition, our Financial Executive of the Year Awards program does exactly that. From small nonprofit organizations to large private companies, get acquainted with the individuals who have been contributing to Central Pennsylvania's economic growth and stability.
Lebanon County Business Report 2014
When someone mentions Lebanon County, what's the first thing that comes to mind? Chances are good that it might be Lebanon bologna. But while this namesake product is one of the most popular things made there, it's far from the most important. Or, rather, it's not just about the bologna but more about the manufacturing industry behind it. The same goes for government and health care employers. Find out how these industries impact the Lebanon County economy.
What do Utz Quality Foods, Sun Motor Cars and Knoebels Amusement Resort have in common? They're all regional family businesses. Through the years, they have grown by successfully extending their businesses to the next generations. Today, these families maintain significant ownership in their companies, and they also have family members serving at the executive level. Read on to see many more examples of local family businesses — and family businesses in the making.
Giving Guide 2014
Central Pennsylvania’s nonprofits don’t sit around waiting for funds to fall into their pockets. Quite the contrary, they’re actively fundraising, networking and getting the community involved in their causes. See how 10 organizations are doing this, and how we can reach out to show our support. Also featured in this publication are the unique approaches and forward-thinking ways of the 2014 Nonprofit Innovation Award winners.
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