July 2011 Issue
A slow economy? Not if you ask these South Jersey companies. From brand-new startups to decades-old stalwarts, these privately owned businesses all reported revenue growth in the last three years and brought in sales exceeding $500,000 in 2010.
If you haven’t taken a vacation this summer, make time for one. Benefits range from improved productivity to lower blood pressure and even, potentially, a longer life.
Local companies keep V.I.P. customers content with perks ranging from industry insights to nights on the town.
Even in a shaky economy, one industry in Gloucester County—tourism—has seen a surprising boom in business.
Heather Simmons, who in January took over New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney’s seat on the Gloucester County Board of Freeholders, has made local business a top priority.
Think your job is stressful? How about trading stocks, conducting neurosurgery or—gasp!—managing a classroom full of screaming first-graders? We asked five South Jersey professionals in high-stress places of business how they stay calm. Their solutions...
Thomas Geisel joined Vineland-based Sun National Bank as president and chief executive in early 2008, just when the recession and the financial industry began to freefall.
Many local companies have had to face tough months as the South Jersey economy slowly recovers—and so, local sales professionals have to be at the top of their game. But what happens when a member of your sales team fails to make his or her quota? Do...
Comings, goings, hirings and retirings in South Jersey.
Business owners often put in long hours and make financial sacrifices to build their companies. That, says Amy Sonstein, CPA/PFS, principal at Cherry Hill’s Sonstein Consulting Services LLC and Sonstein Financial Group, is why solid succession planning...
Are you a serial entrepreneur, first-time business owner or anything in between?