Lehigh Valley Company has actually been covering company news in Berks County for 25 years.But, for the very first time in its quarter-century history, LVB is taking its realrealty and development symposium to Berks County.
According to LVBs publisher, Mike ORourke, it is time for LVB to make more of a presence in Berks County, which is one quarter of the publications print circulation.
We are attemptingaiming to increase our exposure in Berks as much as possible, ORourke said this morning. By going out there, its going to assist us.
Tuesday early morning, about 160 people are expected at Stokesay Castle in Reading for Lehigh Valley Business Berks County Realty amp; Development Symposium. Sixteen industry-related suppliers will be on hand in the display location, and the occasion will feature speakers and panel discussions concentrating on realproperty development patterns in the Berks County area.
The seminar will kick off with a keynote address by Keith Aleardi, primary financial advisor senior vice president and chief investment officer for Fulton Bank.
The first of 2 panel conversations will focus on significant tasks in the Greater Berks location and will be moderated by Pamela Shupp, vice president, Greater Reading Economic Partnership.
Speakers will be Chris Brasler, president and CEO of Brasler Residence, which owns and manages homes in Berks County, and Alan Shuman, president and broker of record of Shuman Development Group, which has actually redeveloped, offered and rented more than 2 million square feet of industrial home in downtown Reading in the last 10 years.
The second panel discussion will be moderated by Steve Buck, investor of Stevens amp; Lee, and will focus on whats hot and whats not in the commercial, commercial, office and property genuineproperty markets in the Greater Berks County location.
Speakers will be Dave Mattes, Real estate agent of The Dave Mattes Group and president of Reading-Berks Association of Realtors, and Steve Willems, Society of Industrial and Workplace Realtors managing principal of NAI Keystone.
Typically, ORourke said, LVB has actually focused its occasions in the Lehigh Valley. To expand upon the success of its Lehigh Valley occasions, according to ORourke, LVB is thrilled to expand them into Berks County.
We feel Berks County is an untapped market, he said.