The Lambertville Area Chamber of Commerce (LACC) is a non-profit business organization that has been dedicated since 1972 to a healthy economy in the city of Lambertville and the surrounding area. The Office Manager is available Mondays through Fridays, 11:00am to 3:00pm, to answer your questions and is a valuable resource for both visitors and residents.
The Yardley Executive Round Table (YERT) is a non-profit organization with strong roots in Bucks County. YERT is a business organization of men and women who are dedicated to being the best in their respective professions. The purpose of the organization is to grow each other’s businesses through the exchange of qualified referrals, as well as the sharing of knowledge, information and experiences to inspire further growth.
by Stu Coren
Now marking its 66th anniversary year, the Feasterville Business Association is comprised of more than 100 business owners, executives and government officials. The professional organization offers monthly networking and general membership meetings with dinner and a featured speaker. Recently, it added a new program entitled, “Spotlight On Businesses,” in which members and potential members offer a special reception to showcase their businesses and the services they offer.
The Newtown Business Association is a member-based organization that is celebrating over 64 years of service to the Newtown community. They are recognized as one of the largest non-chamber business associations in the entire region featuring over 275 members ranging from retail, food and professional services.
Since 1970, the Morrisville Business Association has partnered with small business owners to provide the resources and benefits they need to succeed. In today’s economy, the MBA is the organization to look to for leadership, direction and support with your business needs.
MBA members enjoy access to significant group discounts; countless opportunities to do business with each other; a wide array of insurance products; support community service projects; provide a scholarship program to help build future leaders; and active advocacy efforts on public policy issues to protect their businesses.
The Women’s Business Forum™ (WBF) is a nonprofit that educates, mentors and inspires women to build and grow successful businesses.
Founded in 2002 by Chanin Walsh Milnazik, WBF continues to serve entrepreneurs in the Bucks County area with a free monthly educational meeting and other programs designed to assist them in reaching their business goals.
This past year CB Rotary built access ramps for various elderly and disabled veterans to be able to get into and out of their homes. The club held fundraisers, secured donations of materials from sponsors and provided the hard work and expertise to make it happen.
Bucks County Economic Development Corporation (BCEDC) is a non-profit, non-political economic development organization established in 1958 to support economic growth in Bucks County. BCEDC is a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania certified economic development agency. BCEDC offers low cost financing options for land/building, machinery/equipment and working capital. These and other incentive programs offered through BCEDC create a strong and vital economy for Bucks County and in return create and retain jobs for Bucks County residents.
submitted by Martin H. Abo, CPA/ABV/CVA/CFF, Abo and Company, LLC
Frequently, the seller of a desirable business wants to be paid 75% or more of the sale price up front. A buyer with little cash is forced to borrow from a bank, friends, family or the seller personally, to consummate the transaction.
submitted by Bucks County Consumer Protection Agency
Q. I recently became married and had a wonderful celebration reception that included an hour of cocktails and hors d’oeuvres for our guests. During that hour, the wedding party, including myself and the groom, were at another location with the photographer.