With over 60 member companies, Artisan Exchange is a community of specialty food businesses offering authentic foods for a sustainable community. For entrepreneurs (members), the exchange offers a comprehensive array of support services, including: manufacturing space rental, a commercial kitchen (for product development, and flexible, high volume manufacturing) and a year-round weekly retail market. For customers, the exchange provides high quality, local, specialty foods including family heirloom recipes featuring cuisines of over 25 countries.
Artisan Exchange also offers a distribution service that includes marketing and delivery service to a broad set of retail customers. The website is private and provides online order-entry for those retail customers.
In 1995, the Chester Economic Development Authority (CEDA) was created by the City of Chester to serve as the administrative agent for the City’s economic, housing, and community development programs and activities. In this capacity, the Authority is engaged in an ongoing effort to promote business growth, attract new investment, and develop Chester as a safe, livable, sustainable community.
he Chester Redevelopment Authority (CRA) was established in 2000 under the Pennsylvania State Redevelopment Law. CRA works with CEDA and the City in the administration of redevelopment activities, including but not limited to, the acquisition of real estate for the assemblage of developable sites, negotiation of redeveloper agreements, and disposition of real estate for new developments.
The website is open to the public and provides access to an array of support services, news of new and ongoing economic development efforts, important public notices, monthly meeting agendas and minutes of the the CEDA and CRA board of directors.
Deerfield is a beautiful, planned community of 24 individual homes located in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania with an active homeowners association administering services for the roadways, lawn and landscaping, trash and snow removal, common area trees, and the common septic system.
The website has multiple layers providing a public face, a password protected area for realtors, and a private intranet system for homeowners and board members. The public front-end provides an opportunity for homeowners wishing to sell their unit to provide a photo and a link to the full description on their realtor's website.
The private intranet provides storage and access for key legal documents, Association finances, monthly board meeting and financial reports, details of common services, recommended contractors, and more.
The Riverfront Alliance of Delaware County (RADC) is a consortium of businesses and non-profit groups working together to implement physical, economic, and social programs to stimulate the development of the Delaware County waterfront.
Originally RADC was established in 1996 as The Institute for Economic Development, Inc. (IED), the organization approved a name change in January, 2014 to the RADC. Prompting this organizational pivot was the recognition that the Delaware County waterfront, with its rich history and transportation assets, is poised to serve as the engine for economic and social development.
The site is open to the public and includes the organization's goals and priorities, partners, staff and board members, and updates on major projects.
Stonegates is a retirement community in Greenville Delaware. Situated in the Brandywine Valley just minutes away from world renowned venues, it offers offers clustered cottages and first and second floor apartments in a beautiful setting, a wide variety of amenities, and access to a 49-bed primary care nursing unit.
The challenge of the corporate/marketing info website was to convey the beauty of the site, convenience of it's location, breadth of the amenities offered, and high level of professional services offered in a concise and easy to navigate site. Features of the site include active content management, feedback and user inquiry management, event planning, and a floor plan data base. The site generates consistent inquiries and requests for site visits from the region and across the country.
The intranet site provides residents with an array of information including: important notices, upcoming activities, dining and restaurant details, resident and staff directories, photo and video galleries, healthcare services, and a library of available documents and resource materials.
"Simply the best" isn't saying enough. With delicious products and a commitment to provide customers with high quality products that deliver an authentic Italian experience, Talluto's is truly the quintessential family business in America. In a time when quality seems to be compromised by price, the Talluto's team is determined to be different and continue to offer the genuine quality that their grandfather (Joe Talluto) provided when he started the company in 1967.
The challenge for the corporate / marketing site was complex - how to create an experience that resembles the experience of a visit to a Talluto's retail store and an authentic Italian meal? - How to blend the deep sense of family, integrity, and professionalism that is the mainstay of the business's success? - How to reach customers who frequent the 3 local Talluto's brand stores, the customers who purchase products in major retail outlets, specialty foods stores, and increasingly on the internet? Fortunately, Joe Talluto is an accomplished photographer and the entire family are great story tellers so the flow and friendly nature of the site came about naturally.
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