The NEPA Alliance, a regional community and economic development agency, serves the seven counties of Northeastern Pennsylvania including Carbon, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, Schuylkill and Wayne. NEPA Alliance services include Business Financing, Government Contracting Assistance, International Trade Assistance, Non Profit Assistance, Transportation Planning, Research and Information, and Local Government Services.
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NEPA presented Johnson College with a $76,974 Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) grant. NEPA, in coordination with Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED), Office of Appalachian Development, assisted Johnson College in preparation of the grant and recommended the project to ARC for approval. The goal of this project is to update the technical training […]more info
NEPA Alliance recently made the news with an article in the Times Leader’s Industrial Park Series. The article highlights NEPA’s services and successes in Monroe and Pike Counties. To view the article click here.more info
The Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance held its Annual Dinner on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at Kalahari Resorts & Conventions, Pocono Manor, PA. The dinner was well attended by over 330 business and community leaders from around the region. During the dinner, NEPA presented the NEPA Alliance Regional Leadership Award. The award is presented to an agency, […]more info
The Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance’s 21th Annual “Bringing the World to Northeastern Pennsylvania” was a great success. On Friday, September 21, 2018, businesses from Northeastern Pennsylvania met with 13 of Pennsylvania’s Authorized Trade Representatives from around the world at the Woodlands Inn, Wilkes-Barre, PA. State Representative Eddie Day Pashinski, 121st District, served as the Luncheon Keynote […]more info
Vinny’s Original Brooklyn Bagels, a bagel shop in Wayne County, received a loan from the NEPA Alliance in the amount of $35,000 for equipment needed to run their facility as part of a total project cost of $85,000. The owner, Vincent Nicoletti, has over a decade of baking experience and wanted to bring authentic Brooklyn […]more info
Kitty Hawk Technologies, a certified veteran owned small business, has recently received its ISO 9001:2015 Certification through the NE Pennsylvania Transition Partnership (DTP). Completion of the certification allows Kitty Hawk Technologies access to new clients that cannot be currently approached without this certification. This certification will also aid in its market outreach efforts with both […]more info
Castillo’s Granite and Marble, LLC received $60,000 in loans through two USDA Rural Development programs administered by NEPA. The loans allowed the company to purchase equipment and advanced design software that helped the company keep up with their increase in business. Other project funds consisted of an equity injection from the borrower. Castillo’s concentrates on […]more info