The Reading-based company partners with Interstate Hotels & Resorts to launch a pie program.
Reading-based Sweet Street Desserts has partnered with Interstate Hotels & Resorts to launch a pie program.
Arlington, Va.- based Interstate's pie program is planned to last until Dec. 31, the company said in a news release.
Interstate will add three pies by the slice to lunch and dinner menus. It said that as part of the evolution of the new Interstate, the brand is challenging the norm for food and beverages, bringing new ideas and excitement as guests' expectations for locally inspired and authentic food and beverages increase.
In its announcement Interstate, called Sweet Street a leading innovator in the dessert industry.
Customers Bank offers Insight at EB-5 Convention
Wyomissing-based Customers Bank shared its insight in EB-5 funding at the 2018 EB-5 Convention in Los Angeles recently.
The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, which is administered by the Department of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, was created by Congress in 1990 to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investments.
Namia Sultana, senior vice president and banking group head for Customers Bank, CB Private & Commercial Bank, presented, as part of a panel discussion, "Capital Stack Completion: Where to Go for Non EB-5 Funds - Solutions for When Your Raise Has Come Up Short."
Customers Bank also sponsored the Top 100 Global Migration Agency CEOs Awards Ceremony, which was held on July 22.
"The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program brings much-needed economic stimuli and jobs to the United States without any additional costs to the taxpayer - truly a win-win for everyone involved," said Jay Sidhu, chairman and CEO of Customers Bank, in a statement.
Pair who founded Good Life Advisors earn recognition
Good Life Financial Advisors co-founders Conor Delaney and Courtnie Nein have been named to the Forbes' Top Next Generation Wealth Advisors 2018 List. The company is based in Cumru Township.
The list, which is made of the country's top future wealth advisers, recognizes those who exhibit progression in the financial field, as well as help shape the industry's practices and structure.
"I'm honored to be a part of such a talented list of financial advisors," Delaney said in a press release. "Courtnie and I have always prided ourselves on keeping Good Life Advisors a company with progressive thinking, so that we may always accommodate the customer's needs. To be on this list is truly rewarding and very humbling."
"As the co-founder of Good Life Advisors, I believe in leading by example and being the best version of myself each day," Nein said in the statement. "Being on this list is a culmination of my professional accomplishments, my dedication to community service and most importantly, my commitment to my clients. I'm glad I could share this moment with Conor."
Qualifying Next-Gen advisers are those born in or after 1980.
The Forbes ranking, developed by SHOOK Research, is based on an algorithm of qualitative and quantitative data, rating thousands of individuals with a minimum of four years' relevant experience and acceptable compliance records.
Most important to the selection process is qualitative due diligence, which examines best practices: client service models, investing process, business types, leveraging a team and firm resources.
Quantitative factors such as revenue produced, assets under management, compliance records and industry experience are weighed. This year, 23,862 nominations were received based on thresholds, and from this, 1,000 were selected by Forbes.
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