Lehigh Valley SCORE (Chapter 74) has relationships with many local agencies, businesses and organizations help strengthen our services to small business clients in the greater Lehigh Valley community.
Free business mentoring service offered by the Lehigh Valley SCORE chapter, and our signature publication The Entrepreneur Guidebook is made possible by the generosity of the following sponsors:
“We develop industry-leading IT solutions and services that are essential for global life sciences clients, solving their most pressing challenges in quality, compliance and efficiency.”
At Glemser, we’ve been on the cutting edge of technology and client service for over 30 years. Learn more about the benefits of working with Glemser and the methods we use to save you time and money while improving quality and compliance
Committed to a better future: SunTrust and BB&T have combined in a historic merger of equals to create Truist, the sixth largest U.S. bank holding company. With 275 years of combined history serving clients and communities in high-growth markets, our new company will deliver the best of both companies’ talent, technology and processes.
Full-service banking with a hometown feel.
American Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Bank, Inc., is a state-chartered, FDIC insured, “nationwide” community bank, serving both our local community in Eastern Pennsylvania as well as our customers throughout the country from our headquarters in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
One of America's leading health insurance organizations and an independent licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, Highmark Inc. (the Health Plan) and its affiliated health plans (collectively, the Health Plans) work passionately to deliver high-quality, accessible, understandable, and affordable experiences, outcomes, and solutions to customers. As the fourth-largest overall Blue Cross Blue Shield-affiliated organization, Highmark Inc. and its Blue-branded affiliates proudly cover the insurance needs of more than 5.6 million members in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and West Virginia. Its diversified businesses serve group customer and individual needs across the United States through dental insurance and other related businesses.
First Commonwealth is a consumer-friendly alternative to banking. We offer all the services you're accustomed to but at better rates and lower fees. That's because we're structured differently than banks. Banks are in business to earn profits for their stockholder investors. Our credit union exists to improve your financial wellbeing. We don't have stockholders. Instead, we're cooperatively owned by our members (account holders). We return our profits to you in the form of higher dividends on savings, lower rates on loans, and lower fees.
First Commonwealth is federally chartered by the National Credit Union Administration. We're governed by a member-elected, volunteer board of directors.
Department of Community & Economic Development
Northampton County’s rich past and historic settings have enhanced the quality of life we enjoy today. It’s a tradition that continues to shape our vibrant present and create our dynamic future.Like most of the eastern half of Pennsylvania, Northampton County’s history is directly tied to William Penn. Penn received his famous land grant from King Charles II – named Pennsylvania (Penn’s Woods) by the king himself – as the settlement of a debt owed his late Father, Admiral Penn, in March 1681. History has recorded that King Charles II had absolutely no concept of North American geography, so the grant provided to the “godfather” of Pennsylvania is a rough document and difficult to comprehend, but the grant clearly states that the lands “west of the Delaware River” were included as part of the grant, encompassing the rich area of Pennsylvania that eventually became known as Northampton County.
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“There’s a certain power in numbers,” the old saying goes. And nowhere is that more true than at RLB Accountants. Formed in 2009 by the combination of four major Lehigh Valley based accounting firms, the company now known as RLB currently employs more than 30 individuals in offices located in Allentown, Easton, and Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.
Chartered on October 24, 1907 with a capital stock of $25,000, First Northern Bank & Trust officially opened for business on January 6, 1908. The Borough of Palmerton's first financial institution established its office in a small brick building on Delaware Avenue. In years to come, this same location would be home to the Palmerton Lighting Company and, more recently, a florist.
Thanks to the loyalty of thousands of customers, First Northern Bank & Trust continues to grow and prosper in four of Northeastern Pennsylvania's most beautiful counties: Carbon, Lehigh, Monroe and Northampton. As our history proves, an unwavering commitment to providing quality financial services has played a critical role in our success. Originally born of the needs of a fledgling community, we have evolved into a rock-solid, caring, concerned citizen...interested and active in the current affairs of the communities we are privileged to serve. First Northern Bank & Trust, a sole subsidiary of Palm-Bancorp, Inc. (a unitary bank holding company), is a state chartered bank operating under the Office of the Federal Reserve.
- Community First Fund
- HMK Insurance
- Regan, Levin, Bloss, Brown & Savchak, P.C.
- Concannon Miller
- Lesavoy Butz & Seitz
- Cohen Feeley Altemose & Rambo
- Silver Crest Insurance
- PAM Services
- Lehigh Carbon Community College - Business Enterprise Center
- UPS Store, Whitehall, PA
- Integrity Personnel