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  • Ransomware in the News – Don’t cry over WannaCry!
  • Try these techniques to protect yourself and your company: Utilize Spam Filters: To protect against spam mails, spam filters should… Read More
  • Guests Experience A Royal Affair at Our 2017 Bucks County Ball!
  • It was a sparkling and spirited evening at the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce’s royal-themed Bucks County Ball on… Read More
  • LBCCC to Hold Sharpen Your Edge Seminar on Social Media
  • The Doctor is In – Improving Your Business’ Social Media Health in 2017 Accomplished Social Media Expert Jennifer Gardella, Ph.D.… Read More
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Ransomware in the News – Don’t cry over WannaCry!


Try these techniques to protect yourself and your company:

  • Utilize Spam Filters: To protect against spam mails, spam filters should be used.
  • Change Passwords Often: An easy and often overlooked measure to ensure security is to change passwords on a regular basis.
  • Browser Setting Updates: Modify your browser settings to prevent malleolus websites from opening.
  • Report: Individuals can report phishing to industry groups; legal action can be taken against these fraudulent/bad actors.
  • Think Before You Click: Phishing relies on users to make mistakes. Safe websites generally begin with “https”. If the website from the email does not contain “https”, it could be a phishing email (Phishing.org).
  • Institute a User-Awareness-Training-Program: This is an incredibly inexpensive program that can yield huge benefits in terms of raising the general knowledge/awareness level of your staff. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”…don’t get into a compromised position to begin with.

Submitted by:
Chris Mangano
Vice President, Sales & Marketing
Mercadien Technologies

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Guests Experience A Royal Affair at Our 2017 Bucks County Ball!


2017 Bucks County BallIt was a sparkling and spirited evening at the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce’s royal-themed Bucks County Ball on April 1, 2017. Guests of the annual gala, held at the Radisson Hotel in Trevose, PA, walked the red carpet, had their photos taken and stepped into a regally decorated ballroom fit for a king or queen.

This party with a purpose was an evening of mingling with almost 200 business professionals as well as Renaissance Faire guests, dancing, having caricatures drawn, gaming, and enjoying specialty drinks such as “The Queen of Hearts”. “It was a fun filled evening at this year’s signature event. The Bucks County Ball is a perfect opportunity to catch up with some old friends and to meet a few new ones, too. We enjoyed he sounds of the Party Wave Band and the always favorite gaming with Tumbling Dice,” stated Board Chair Suzy Buhler of McCafferty Auto, the event’s Grand Sponsor.

The royal feast included delicious selections for dinner followed by a dessert table of assorted sweets. “What an amazing night at our 5th Annual Bucks County Ball. It was absolutely a Royal Affair. Thank you to all of our sponsors, committee members, staff, and attendees. This was definitely a party with a purpose to be remembered! Business relationships were being created and strengthened while enjoying dinner, dancing, gaming live music, Renaissance guests and more,” recounted LBCCC President Amy M.B. McKenna.

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LBCCC to Hold Sharpen Your Edge Seminar on Social Media

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The Doctor is In – Improving Your Business’ Social Media Health in 2017

Jennifer Gardella social mediaAccomplished Social Media Expert Jennifer Gardella, Ph.D. will present straightforward approaches for assessing and strengthening your organization’s online reach.

This program offers essential information about social media, such as:

  • Determining the most relevant platforms.
  • Establishing durable and robust foundations.
  • Connecting and engaging with your audience.
  • Finding the time and endurance to get it all done!
Wednesday, March 29
8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Chamber Board Room
409 Hood Blvd.
Fairless Hills, PA

Learn how to keep your business’ social media presence in good shape!

Register Today!

Sponsorship Opportunities Available!

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Don’t Miss Our Speed Networking Event!


Speed Networking Event

Join us for a great opportunity to participate in an intimate networking event! Have two minutes to present about your company, learn about another company for two minutes, then rotate.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017
8:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Lower Bucks Chamber of Commerce
409 Hood Blvd.,
Fairless Hills, PA

Tickets are $30.00 for Members and $45.00 for Non-members. Spaces are limited. First Come, First Served.

Purchase Tickets Here

Prime Sponsors:

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Vote for Bristol Borough by Feb 16!


Bristol Borough is in the home stretch and needs your vote! They one of five finalists in the running to be Small Business Revolution’s Main Street winner, which will receive a $500,000 boost. The winning town will also be spotlighted on the second season of the streaming series “Small Business Revolution.”

Support Bristol Borough and vote every day through Feb. 16!

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Historic Bristol Borough Nominated for $500,000 Grant


Historic Bristol BoroughEach year the Small Business Revolution, championed by Deluxe Corporation, sets out to find one special small town in America that would benefit from a $500,000 boost for its small businesses and downtown area. Historic Bristol Borough residents and officials anticipate being selected as one of four finalists out of 14,000 nominations this year. In addition to the financial grant, the winning town will become the subject of an eight-part cable television series on small business development and small town revival, featuring Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec.

The final selection is based solely upon on-line nationwide voting. As the only town in Pennsylvania still in the running, this is a unique opportunity not only for Bristol Borough, but also for Bucks County and the entire southeastern Pennsylvania region.

The rules allow one vote per day per device, such as a laptop, desktop, iPad or smart phone, permitting individuals to vote multiple times each day.

Voting is open from February 9 through 16.

Visit www.smallbusinessrevolution.org to look for the voting tab and cast your vote for Bristol Borough. Voters may repeat the process as many times as their devices allow, and continue day for the rest of the week.

Show your support for Bristol Borough!

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Bucks County Ball 2017 – Save the Date!


Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 1, 2017! The Chamber’s annual Bucks County Ball will be held from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m at the Radisson Hotel located in Trevose, PA.

Presented by the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce and Grand Sponsor McCafferty Auto Group, attendees to this year’s sparkling and spirited gala can expect to be treated to “A Royal Affair” to remember!

A portion of the proceeds of the 2017 Bucks County Ball will benefit the Chamber’s Leadership Bucks County program.

Tickets to the Event Can Be Purchased Here
Limited sponsorship opportunities for the 2017 Bucks County Ball are available. For details, contact Amy M.B McKenna at AMcKenna@LBCCC.org, or call 215-943-7400.

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2016 Champions of Commerce Winners Honored


The spotlight was on businesses and individuals throughout Bucks County and its surrounding area who exemplify “Making a Difference Where We Work, Live and Learn” on Thursday, December 1, 2016 at the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 Champions of Commerce awards ceremony.

The 2016 Champions of Commerce Award Winners are:

Community Service Champion of Commerce
Family Promise of Lower Bucks

Economic Impact Champion of Commerce
Bristol Riverside Theater

Emerging Technologies Champion of Commerce
IMET Corporation

Entrepreneurial Spirit Champion of Commerce
Jessica Federman, MindShuffle

Non-Profit Champion of Commerce
Kristine Quinby, Potential Inc.

Quality of Life Champion of Commerce
Snipes Farm and Education Center

Start-Up Champion of Commerce
Clear Employer Services

Work Force Investment Champion of Commerce
PA CareerLink® Bucks County

Click here to view photos of the event!

We wish to congratulate the winners and thank our generous sponsors!

2016 Champions of Commerce Sponsors

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2016 Champions of Commerce Awards Finalists Selected


The Award Finalists Are…

Community Service

Christmas Gala

Family Promise of Lower Bucks

Soroptimist International of Indian Rock, Inc.

Economic Impact

Bristol Riverside Theatre

Fast Capital 360

St. Mary Medical Center

Emerging Technologies

Ancero LLC.

IMET Corporation

Oxygen Oasis Hyperbaric Wellness Center

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Hal English, Grand Bank

Jessica Federman, MindShuffle Marketing

Kevin Wiener, Advanced Merchant Group


Bucks County Housing Group

Potential, Inc.

The Women’s Humane Society

Quality of Life

Danny DeGennaro Foundation

Pennsbury Manor

Snipes Farm & Education Center


Clear Employer Services

Cullen Virtual Assistance

LyncServe Solutions

Work Force Investment

Falls Manufacturing/U-Haul

My Personal Advisor, LLC

PA CareerLink® Bucks County

Join us as we honor members of our local business community in recognizing their accomplishments!

Thursday, December 1, 2016

6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Pen Ryn Mansion

1601 State Rd.

Bensalem, PA

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LBCCC Members Recognized As 2016 Emerging Leaders


We are proud to announce that six of our members have been selected as the best and most innovative leaders impacting our community this year! The 2016 Emerging Leaders in Bucks & Montgomery Counties, a program of the Bucks County Courier Times and The Intelligencer newspapers in partnership with the Central Bucks Family YMCA, is honoring the following LBCCC members:

William Breish, ReStore Director, Habitat for Humanity
Cheryl Campbell, Executive Director, The Christmas Gala
Courtney Coffman, Chief Financial Officer, Lower Bucks Hospital
Michael Ksiazek, Attorney, Stark and Stark
Erin Lukoss, Executive Director, Bucks County Opportunity Council
Stephanie Nemec, Palliative Care Program Coordinator, St. Mary’s Medical Center

The awards ceremony in recognition of the honorees is on Friday, October 7, 2016 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friends, family and colleagues can purchase tickets to join in the celebration, or click here for more information about the event.

We congratulate William, Cheryl, Courtney, Michael, Erin and Stephanie for their outstanding achievement!

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