Upper Prov Republican in running for district judge vacancy
Longtime local attorney Theresa Flanagan Murtagh is in the running to replace outgoing Magisterial District Judge Nicholas S. Lippincott in the 32-2-44 District Court covering Upper Providence Township and Rose Valley Borough.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to run for district judge and to follow Judge Lippincott in serving our residents with integrity, independence from partisan politics, respect for the law and a commitment to public safety,” Murtagh stated in a release.
Almac Group Leads Economic Growth in Pennsylvania and the U.S. Featured in NBC10 News Segment entitled Growing Greater Philadelphia
Souderton, PA, US, 13 Sep 2017 – Almac Group, the global contract development and manufacturing organisation, receives the spotlight for its long-term commitment to expanding its footprint in the greater Philadelphia region. This has been achieved through continued reinvestment allowing the company to flourish to more than 5,000 personnel internationally and operating five locations in the U.S., including its North American headquarters in Souderton, PA, housing over 1,450 staff from the company’s Clinical Services, Clinical Technologies and Sciences business units.
To find out more and to watch the segment, please visit: hubs.ly/H08CWPr0
Welcome new Irish Chamber members!
Be sure to look out for new members at upcoming events. They will have maroon ribbons on their name tags.
Mid-Size Firm Members
– Dwyer Insurance, Inc., Timothy Dwyer and Joseph Moran
– Nora Barry, Bridge View Media, Inc.
– Michael Barney, Diversified Business Interests, LLC
– Jack Butler, MRP
– Michael Cawley, Gordon & Rees
– Patrick J. Burns, Jr., Esq., Law Offices of Patrick J. Burns, Jr., P.C.
– Thomas J. Golarz, Colliers International
Save the date for the 112TH Annual Mayo Ball on November 4th, 2017 at The Irish Center, 6815 Emlen Street, Philadelphia PA 19119.
Ads available in program book. For more details, please click HERE.
IABCN member, Kevin Connor of Modern Strategic Branding & Communications, is included in the Philadelphia Business Journal’s recent article on Philadelphia’s marcom industry.
Philadelphia’s marcom industry is thriving but must ‘brag’ more to succeed: Leaders
Greater Philadelphia’s marketing communications industry has grown into a robust industry that can attract and retain high talent, but industry leaders say more work is needed to elevate its nationwide and global reputations, which have lagged compared to that of its counterparts.
The region’s marketing communications, or marcom, industry was slow to recover from the recession, but it now contributes an annual economic impact of $13.5 billion, according to a recently-released report by Philly Ad News. The region now outpaces its East Coast competitors.
To read more, please click HERE.