Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Easton CEO to Testify to PA Senate Majority Policy Committee

Susan Wolper, president and CEO of the Easton-based Wolper Information Services, is set to provide testimony this Thursday to the Pennsylvania Senate Majority Policy Committee at a public hearing on growing small business in the state.

According to a recent press release, Wolper’s testimony will focus on issues of concern to small and woman-owned businesses in Pennsylvania. She will make recommendations to the Republican Caucus regarding legislative solutions that could make it easier for small businesses to compete, to recruit and retain a top talented workforce, and to incentivize growth.

Wolper was invited to share her experiences at the invitation of Pennsylvania State Senator Bob Mensch (R-24).

The hearing will be held this Thursday, October 4, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Hurd Science Center at DeSales University.

Wolper, a former corporate attorney specializing in real estate, has led the company for more than two decades.

Wolper Information Services, located in Easton's Downtown on the corner of Northampton and South Fourth streets, is an information management resource and the only 100 percent woman-owned business in the field.  For more than 35 years, the company has been providing service and savings to corporate, academic, medical, government, public and consortia customers.  Besides serials, Wolper also handles books, site licenses, e-resource management (ERM) and other information solutions.

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