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Girls Empowered, Inc.
PO Box 201, Doylestown, PA 18901
Phone: 2672256684     Website
Girls Empowered Summer Programs Go Virtual
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Kreischer Miller
100 Witmer Road, Suite 350, Horsham
Phone: 215.441.4600     Website
Kreischer Miller COVID-19 Business Impact Survey
The COVID-19 global pandemic has affected nearly every facet of our lives in ways that many of us have never seen before. While it is first and foremost a health threat, the pandemic has caused an immeasurable impact to our economy, businesses, and jobs. Kreischer Miller recently conducted a COVID-19 Business Impact Survey to better understand how this crisis is affecting organizations in our region.
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Kreischer Miller
100 Witmer Road, Suite 350
Phone: 215-441-4600     Website
COVID-19 - Resources for You and Your Business
Kreischer Miller is a leading independent accounting, tax, and advisory firm that serves the Greater Philadelphia and Lehigh Valley areas. In an effort to keep you updated on the evolving situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we have created a COVID-19 Resource Center to provide guidance during these unprecedented times. We will do our best to answer your questions and help you understand the potential impact on you and your business. We are continuing to closely monitor this situation and will keep you informed as more details become available.
55 Industrial Drive, Ivyland
Phone: (215) 918-3137     Website
Comcast Business Launches Webinar Series to Support Businesses of All Sizes
Comcast and industry experts explore critical topics facing today’s business community PHILADELPHIA – April 13, 2020 – Comcast Business today announced the launch of a new webinar series aimed at helping businesses, of all sizes and across all industries, navigate the current environment, including strategies on how to rethink their short- and long-term goals and leverage technology to remain productive and nimble with their operations. “With our network of industry experts and strategic partners, we’ve compiled a collection of new webinars to support and empower the business community,” said Eileen Diskin, CMO, Comcast Business. “Our hope is that these webinars will inform businesses of all sizes as they adapt their operations and adjust their technology strategies to help them remain connected, agile and secure, now and in the future.” The free, five-part series, features Comcast Business leaders and subject matter experts alongside industry partners and topical experts tackling some of the biggest questions facing today’s businesses amidst the global pandemic. The first of the webinars begins Tuesday, April 14th at 1PM EDT. Interested businesses can view full details and register here. The scheduled webinars in the series include: Tuesday April 14, 2020 1PM EDT Leaning in to Support Small Business Experts from Davis Polk & Wardell LLP will explore the facts of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), including eligibility requirements, primary considerations, and details of other government programs designed to keep businesses running. Panelists: Jai Massari, Partner, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP; John Banes, Partner, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP Thursday April 16, 2020 1PM EDT Connectivity and Resilience: How Technology is Supporting Business Continuity A shift to remote working and digital commerce puts new demands on technology infrastructure. Comcast Business experts explore how resilient network connectivity can help keep businesses productive. Panelists: Bob Victor, SVP, Product Management; Noam Raffaelli, SVP, Network & Communications Engineering; Jeff Lewis, VP Data Product Management, Strategic Planning & Development Thursday April 23, 2020 1PM EDT Remote Learning Tech Solutions Many school districts lack the technology to enable remote learning. Comcast Business and industry experts detail how educators can adapt by shifting their networks and technologies. Panelists: Lenny Schad, Chief Information & Innovation Officer - District Administration; Nelson Ortiz, Executive Director National Sales Engineering at Comcast Business Tuesday April 28. 2020 1PM EDT Keeping Cybercriminals at Bay – and Protecting Your Business Companies are vulnerable during a crisis. Comcast security leaders help businesses understand how to identify if they are a potential target and explore the steps that can be taken to mitigate risk. Panelists: Shena Seneca Tharnish, Vice President, Cybersecurity Products, Comcast Business; Noopur Davis, EVP, Chief Product & Information Security Officer, Comcast. Thursday April 30, 2020, 1PM EDT Steering Your Brand Through Crisis Brand actions matter, especially during difficult times. Lou Aversano, CEO of Ogilvy & Mather USA will discuss how companies can manage their brands during all phases of a crisis and come out on the other side. Presenter: Lou Aversano, Chief Executive Officer, Ogilvy & Mather USA With access to free Xfinity hotspots, tools to manage a business from any device, anywhere, and a team of experts and engineers available 24/7, Comcast Business enables businesses of all sizes to stay online and connected during these unusual times. In addition, Comcast Business has enhanced safety and reliability measures to protect the health of its customers while continuing to provide the best possible service. For more details on how Comcast Business is helping support its business customers at this time, please visit: https://business.comcast.com/response About Comcast Business Comcast Business offers Ethernet, Internet, Wi-Fi, Voice, TV and Managed Enterprise Solutions to help organizations of all sizes transform their business. Powered by an advanced network, and backed by 24/7 customer support, Comcast Business is one of the largest contributors to the growth of Comcast Cable. Comcast Business is the nation’s largest cable provider to small and mid-size businesses and has emerged as a force in the Enterprise market; recognized over the last two years by leading industry associations as one of the fastest growing providers of Ethernet services. For more information, call 866-429-3085. Follow on Twitter @ComcastBusiness and on other social media networks at http://business.comcast.com/social
ATR Systems, Inc.
16 N Franklin St, Suite 106, Doylestown
Phone: 2154438720     Website
Hands-Free Time Clocks Available to Businesses During Coronavirus ATR to offer FaceVerify
Bucks County, PA—April 2020 Starting this month, Doylestown-based ATR Systems is offering a hands-free time clock and time-tracking system to employers concerned about the Coronavirus. FaceVerify is a touchless facial recognition time clock that uses dual HD camera technology to capture a 3D facial image for fast and accurate biometric identification. The clock can easily replace more traditional clocks like hand readers and finger print readers. “Like other industries, time and labor management will be affected by the Coronavirus,” said Michael Hoover, President of ATR Systems, a regional leader in time and attendance and payroll integration. “This product can be a good alternative to hand based readers and for those that are interested in a touchless system.” Upgraded with new hardware and features, FaceVerify, or the FR-2020 v2, offers the best value for biometric time keeping systems. Employees can punch with a durable proximity badge card or keychain fob and can be assigned a password to punch with pin+password using the touch screen interface. “FaceVerify can work with existing software,” Hoover said. “We can help clients adapt during this difficult time and offer them an alternative that will have benefits for years to come.” ATR Systems is a family business located in Doylestown, Pa., that specializes in selling, implementing and supporting a host of automated time and labor management solutions to a range of clients across the nonprofit, educational, manufacturing, hospitality, municipal and healthcare industries. Founded in 1973, ATR Systems is a Kronos Workforce Ready Partner and a member of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce. ATR partners with several regional payroll companies to provide the best service to its clients. For a product link, please visit www.atrsystems.com. Complete Package Includes FR-2020 v2 terminal, middleware software service, 5' Ethernet cable, wall mounting bracket and hardware, power supply, quick setup guide, includes ongoing service and technical support FR-2020 v2 Hardware Features include a 1 year hardware warranty + extended maintenance coverage High speed, touchless “look & go” operation, employees just look at the clock to punch in and out 3 inch TFT color touch screen allows easy menu navigation Built in battery backup protects data in memory (including punches and employees) in the event of power loss High capacity punch memory stores thousands of transactions between downloads, constant computer connection is not required Password protection for both hardware & software prevents tampering
Klaver Consulting Associates
, Doylestown
Phone: 2677334860     Website
FBI Warns of Fraud Schemes During Pandemic
April 13, 2020 FBI Warns of Advance Fee and BEC Schemes Related to Procurement of PPE and Other Supplies During COVID-19 Pandemic The Federal Bureau of Investigation is providing this industry alert to warn government and health care industry buyers of rapidly emerging fraud trends related to procurement of personal protective equipment (PPE), medical equipment such as ventilators, and other supplies or equipment in short supply during the current COVID-19 pandemic. The FBI recently became aware of multiple incidents in which state government agencies, attempting to procure such equipment, wire transferred funds to fraudulent brokers and sellers in advance of receiving the items. The brokers and sellers included both domestic and foreign entities. In one case, an individual claimed to represent an entity with which the purchasing agency had an existing business relationship. By the time the purchasing agencies became suspicious of the transactions, much of the funds had been transferred outside the reach of U.S. law enforcement and were unrecoverable. The current environment, in which demand for PPE and certain medical equipment far outstrips supply, is ripe for fraudulent actors perpetrating advance fee and business email compromise (BEC) schemes, such as those described above. In advance fee schemes related to procurement, a victim pre-pays (partially or in full) a purported seller or a broker for a good or service and then receives little or nothing in return. BEC schemes often involve the spoofing of a legitimate known email address or use of a nearly identical email address to communicate with a victim to redirect legitimate payments to a bank account controlled by fraudsters. A variation on BEC schemes can involve similar social engineering techniques via phone call. Risk Factors While pre-payment is more common in the current environment, it substantially increases the risk of a buyer being defrauded and eliminates most potential recourse. The following indicators are warning signs that an offer to sell items may not be legitimate: A seller or broker initiates the contact with the buyer, especially from a difficult to verify channel such as telephone or personal email. The seller or broker is not an entity with which the buyer has an existing business relationship, or the buyer’s existing business relationships are a matter of public record. The seller or broker cannot clearly explain the origin of the items or how they are available given current demand. The potential buyer cannot verify with the product manufacturer that the seller is a legitimate distributor or vendor of the product, or otherwise verify the supply chain is legitimate. Unexplained urgency to transfer funds or a last minute change in previously-established wiring instructions. Mitigation Recommendations The FBI recommends that buyers consider the following recommendations to protect their companies or agencies: If the seller claims to represent an entity with an existing relationship to the buyer, verify claims through a known contact—do not contact the vendor through information provided in an email or phone communication. If possible, have a trusted independent party verify the items for sale are physically present and of the promised make, model, and quality, and take delivery immediately upon payment. If immediate delivery is impossible, route payments to a domestic escrow account to be released to the seller upon receipt of the promised items. Verify with the manufacturer or verified distributor that the seller is a legitimate distributor or vendor for the items being offered. Be skeptical of last minute changes in wiring instructions or recipient account information—do not re-route payments without independently verifying the direction came from an authorized party. Verify the email address used to send emails, especially when using a mobile or handheld device, by ensuring the sender’s email address appears to match who it is coming from. If you think your company or agency is the victim of a fraud scheme related to COVID-19 immediately contact the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center at ic3.gov. For accurate and up-to-date information about COVID-19, visit: coronavirus.gov cdc.gov/coronavirus usa.gov/coronavirus fbi.gov/coronavirus justice.gov/coronavirus
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TITAN Mobile Shredding, LLC
6110 Kit Rd., Pipersville
Phone: 215-766-3480     Website
COVID-19 Resources
We are offering curb side drop off of your confidential documents at our location: 6110 Kit Rd., Pipersville, PA 18947, take Route 611 North, 3/4 mile north of Stump Road in Plumsteadville. Please call 215-766-3480 prior to drop off from Monday - Thursday 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM and Friday 8:30 Am - 12:00. We will be doing First Friday Shredding on May 1, 2020 at the normal location - 252 Swamp Road Rd. Doylestown. Additional information at www.titanshredding.com
Special Equestrians
PO Box 1001 2800 Street Road, Warrington
Phone: 2159181001     Website

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Potential Inc.
170 Pheasant Run Ste 100, Newtown
Phone: 2155790670     Website
Educational, emotional and other resources for COVID-19
Potential is a non-profit whose essential workers are providing in-person and telehealth support to our clients. We have created a page on our website to help those in need to navigate resources, particularly those who have autism.
610 West Germantown Avenue, suite 350, Plymouth Meeting
Phone: 267-549-2439     Website
MMA/Centurion Covid-19 Resource Center
The Coronavirus pandemic is affecting all companies and their employees. Throughout this Resource Center you will find thought leadership, expert views, links to government sites, and solutions and strategies that you can apply as you navigate the challenges posed by COVID-19. Click our website link for details.
Free Resilience Resources to Help Employees
meQuilibrium has developed free resources to help employees put resilience into practice to manage this new reality and give HR leaders tools to improve the agility and adaptive capacity of their workforce. These wellbeing resources can help help people productively overcome the residual mental health effects of heightened worry, anxiety and depression. https://www.mequilibrium.com/coronavirus
Furia Rubel
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 6102172949     Website
Furia Rubel Develops COVID-19 Resource Center, Launches Podcast to Help Clients Manage Crisis
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Furia Rubel Communications, Inc.
2 Hidden Lane, Doylestown
Phone: 2153400480     Website
Community Support Ideas for Emotional Health
It is widely known that there are many benefits to community service. In addition to learning new skills and making new friendships, volunteering is known to make people feel happier and healthier as well as fostering an increased sense of social responsibility. In the legal industry, for example, there are many opportunities to provide pro bono work. However, there are many other types of community outreach and support that anyone with an interest or various resources can provide. While many may think of community service as painting schools, building playgrounds or hosting a clothing drive, there are many ways to make a positive impact in the world in accordance with the current social distancing rules and even more that can be done without even leaving your home. Here are just a few ideas. Sew masks: Hundreds of positive stories are popping up across the U.S. about people sewing masks to mobilize against coronavirus. Forbes published a call to people who sew to help make masks for the 2020 healthcare workers’ PPE shortage. Thank you to those in Bucks County and around the world for taking part in this incredible effort. Give blood: Red Cross blood donation locations are popping up all over the country and at Doylestown Health. If you are healthy and able, go to redcross.org to sign up. Donate to the local food pantry: Many articles have highlighted the need for food so that no one goes hungry during the COVID-19 pandemic. Encourage your companies and employees to search for local pantries and provide support. If there are no pantries in your area, national organizations such as Feeding America are taking donations. Consider contacting the Bucks County Housing Group which operates food pantries in our neck of the woods. Temporary protocols are listed on their website at bchg.org Use your 3-D printer: If you have access to a 3-D printer, you can support your local medical professionals by printing pieces for ventilators and face shields. Individuals, student groups and businesses throughout the world have stepped up to fundraise and create personal protective equipment (PPE) to help with the shortage that medical facilities are facing. Virtual Volunteering: By using a volunteer matching website such as VolunteerMatch or Catchafire, you can match your skills to one of hundreds of virtual volunteer opportunities worldwide. This is a great way to offer your expertise and make an impact in a cause area you are passionate about such as health and medicine, children and youth, education, and more. Donate: The United Way of Bucks County and Penn Community Bank partnered to create the Bucks County COVID-19 Recovery Fund aimed at helping those who may experience a financial crisis as the result of the pandemic. The need for these funds continues to grow and our community has responded. More information can be found at www.uwbucks.org/COVIDrecovery. Exercise for a Cause: If you are a fitness enthusiast or are looking for motivation to get into a regular routine, several apps such as Charity Miles or Walk for a Dog will donate to a charitable organization of your choice for every mile you walk, run or bike. In times of crisis, many of us find ourselves wondering how we can help those in need or most affected. By volunteering time or skills, we not only make an impact in our community but we reduce the effects of stress, anger, or anxiety that people all over the world experience during times of crisis.
Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP
131 W. State Street, Doylestown
Phone: 215.230.7500     Website
The Coronavirus Outbreak: Legal Updates to keep you informed during this challenging time.
The Coronavirus outbreak has impacted almost every part of daily life for individuals, families and businesses. AMM attorneys are monitoring legislative developments as we continue to provide legal services, albeit from home. Our goal is to provide guidance to help you navigate these uncharted waters and provide clarity and assistance to keep your legal house in order and protect your interests.
TITAN Mobile Shredding, LLC
6110 Kit Rd., Pipersville
Phone: 215-766-3480     Website
Confidential document and hard drive destruction during Work-From-Home
During this uncertain time, we continue to help maintain the confidentiality of your information. As you clean out your office or home, we can help you securely collect and destroy your confidential documents. For as low at $45, we will send to your house one 12 gallon or two 6 gallon Seal n’ Shred bags. Once you fill it, you drop it at our office at 6110 Kit Road, Pipersville, PA 18947 with curbside service or you can bring it to one of our Monthly collection sites below. If your confidential records are already collected and stored in boxes, please call for a curbside drop off time 215-766-3480.
Quaint Oak Bank
501 Knowles Avenue, Southampton
Phone: 866.795.4499     Website
SBA Paycheck Protection Program Webinar Series
Join approved SBA Lender Quaint Oak Bank for a series of webinars on the SBA Paycheck Protection Program. Come prepared to learn more about the program, ask questions and speak directly to a tenured lender. No need to join all of the webinars, select the time and date that work best for you. Email PPP@QuaintOak.com for Zoom Meeting information. If you are ready to apply, Quaint Oak Bank is currently accepting applications for the program.
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Phone: 215 370-7046     Website
Sanitization Available Around the Clock
Reach out to Bill Wise.
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Speedpro Imaging Philadelphia North
664 Catherine Street, Warminster
Phone: 2152939723     Website
COVID-19 Signage and Printing
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Mikula Web Solutions
22 Charter Oak Court, Doylestown
Phone: 215-340-7692     Website
Using this Downtime to Work on Your Digital Presence
It's not always easy to find time in our busy lives to stop and take a look at our digital presence, but it's crucial if we rely on the Internet for business leads. Click our website link for things you can do right now on your own.
DunlapSLK CPAs
1300 Horizon Drive Suite 106, Chalfont
Phone: 267.594.3755     Website
COVID-19 Resource Center Available on DunlapSLK website at www.dunlapslk.com.
As we navigate the uncharted waters of the COVID-19 pandemic together, our goal is to keep you informed and updated on issues that impact you and your business. To help in this effort, we have created a COVID-19 Resource Center on our website, which includes links to several resources as well as a recording of our recent webinar COVID-19: What PA Business Owners Need to Know. We continue to monitor this ever-evolving situation and will post the latest developments and updated information as it becomes available.
1456 Ferry Road, Doylestown
Phone: 215-345-5424     Website
Business Continuity Strategies During COVID19
Video Resource: https://www.iqnection.com/covid IQnection has partnered with The Tech Resource to create a video that will walk through the technical requirements for a remote team and how to implement them. It also covers detailed information on maintaining a robust sales and marketing pipeline using powerful digital tools.
TMA Bucks
Telecommuting Tips & Strategies For Bucks County Businesses
TMA Bucks has been compiling telecommuting tips, resources and strategies that employers and employees can utilize to stay connected as we all navigate this COVID-19 situation. Check them out at https://bit.ly/3aHjdzD
SCORE Bucks County
11 Welden Drive Suite 100, Doylestown
Phone: 2159438850     Website

SCORE Bucks Shares COVID-19 Insight for Local Businesses Has your business been forced to close or curtail operations as a result of the Coronavirus? Are you concerned about the financial impacts of this pandemic? SCORE Bucks County and a panel of legal, human resources, banking, marketing and SBA experts discussed how small businesses can deal with issues arising out of the COVID-19 outbreak during a recent webinar. SCORE's free webinar, “Dealing with COVID-19: A Forum for Small Businesses” is available for viewing here: https://youtu.be/4JLBXaV8JNI The discussion features insight from a variety of experts, including Employment Attorney Christina Reger; SCORE mentor Nina De Rosa, a Human Resources Specialist; Small Business Administration representative James Verbeck; a representative from the banking industry; and Donna Botti, a digital marketing/Website development expert. More information can be found here: https://buckscounty.score.org/resource/dealing-covid-19-forum-small-businesses-webinar https://buckscounty.score.org/resource/hr-and-legal-issues-time-coronavirus About SCORE    Since 1964, SCORE has helped more than 8.5 million aspiring entrepreneurs. Each year, SCORE provides small business mentoring and workshops to more than 375,000 new and growing small businesses. With 50 members across the county, SCORE Bucks County provides over 1,500 free mentoring services annually to local small business owners through one-on-one counseling and small business seminars. To stay up to date on news and happenings, join SCORE Bucks County’s email list. Text SCOREBUCKS to 22828.
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Doylestown, PA 18901 (map it)

Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce