• Future Business Leader Of Bucks County
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  • RideECO: Savings, Everywhere You Turn
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New Financing Approved in 2014


Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA) has approved Megawholesale, Inc., Bristol Township to borrow $375,000. The loan will be used to purchase a building located at 1135 Cedar Avenue. The project will create twenty-five (25) jobs in an Enterprise Zone. The total project cost of $1,250,000. Megawholesale, Inc. will utilize the property for warehousing and distributing cigars, tobacco, and other general merchandise. The new 27,000 square foot facility with 18 foot high ceilings will allow the company to stock-pile merchandise thus giving them a direct link to the manufacturers and an ability to supply their customer base with better pricing and a quicker delivery time.


Milford Commerce Center

The Milford Commerce Center is the gateway to Upper Bucks County’s economic forefront of business and growth.

Location, location, location ... you have heard it before and it has stood the test of time. Premier land sites for sale 6, 9 and 18 acres, Build to suit sale/lease distribution or production facility 100,000 sq. ft. to 250,000 sq.ft. 

Jackson Cross Partners (JCP) has a long-time reputation in the Upper Bucks County and Lehigh Valley real estate market and has worked on many real estate projects with Gorski Engineering. So when the engineering firm reached out to us with an opportunity to market its 33 acre site and with a referral to the Quakertown Interchange Associates to market their three AM Drive land sites for sale, JCP was up for the challenge.

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Alibaba—Threat or Opportunity

A share in the Chinese e-commerce web site, Alibaba, is being offered to US investors in the very near future. For many small to mid-sized businesses, this is the equivalent of Godzilla showing up in your neighborhood. 

Why? Because unlike many other e-commerce sites, Alibaba not only offers products, it offers parts and represents the local Chinese manufacturers of those parts. It provides an easy, inexpensive vehicle for larger manufacturers to access the low-cost labor and parts of the Chinese manufacturing economy. Alibaba has made it easier for American business to “off shore” products.

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A Regular Feature to Help Your Business Improve Its Profitability

Don’t Upgrade Your Server Until You Read THIS

Cloud computing is a concept that could save your business quite a bit of money on software, hardware, upgrades and services.

Instead of purchasing hardware and software for your office, with cloud computing you put your programs on a highly secure “super-server” online. All you need is an Internet connection to your office and you’re in business.

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BCITC Advisory Committe Conducts Export Case Studies

The Bucks County International Trade Council (BCITC) strives to provide local businesses with timely educational programs and direct support. Through our seminar series, networking events, newsletters, and direct consultative meetings with local businesses, the BCITC provides a valuable service to local companies and individuals looking to expand involvement in international. 

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BCEDC 56th Annual Dinner & Reorganization Meeting

Despite down pours and flooding the Bucks County Economic Development Corporation’s 56th Annual Dinner & Reorganization Meeting held on April 30, 2014 was a great success with 190 attendees. The meeting was held at Spring  Mill Manor, Ivlyand.

The evening started with networking during the cocktail and hors d’oeuvre hour. BCEDC Board President, James A. Bleakly, Jr. kicked off the night welcoming the guests and thanking the sponsors.

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