Leveraging video as an integral part of the marketing strategy can deliver powerful results. In this Central Penn Business Journal article co-written by JPL’s Manager, Digital Marketing, John Walker and Account Director, Strategic Accounts, Matt Kurowski
JPL earned the number 12 place on the list of medium-sized businesses on the 2012 Best Places to Work in PA list and is an eleven-time consecutive winner. Since 2000, Best Places to Work in Pa has been a celebration of jobs and the employers who provide t
A training program developed by JPL for DuPont is featured in this week’s Mental Health Weekly. The “ICU Mental Health” program aims to improve employee understanding of mental health issues and the overall emotional health of the organization.
Penn State Harrisburg recognized JPL President Luke Kempski for Alumni Achievement at a recent awards event. Kempski graduated from the school with a M.Ed. in Training and Development in 1996 and today serves on an advisory board for the program.
JPL took a timeout this afternoon to announce and celebrate its selection as one of the Best Places to Work in PA for the eleventh consecutive year. This makes JPL one of only several companies across the state to win the honor that many years in a row.
JPL summer interns recently developed a marketing program to help the Greater Harrisburg Area Autism Society reach families in need of their services.
JPL, an integrated marketing communications agency, today announced that it has been selected by Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology to lead its MyFutureCareer website. The website is a career awareness and workforce development initiative intended to
Many midstate businesses and agencies are exploring new directions in online learning. Programmers are heightening engagement and interactivity, while businesses hope to reach new audiences as well as employees. The Patriot News talks to JPL President Luk
TrainingIndustry.com has named JPL to the 2012 Content Development Companies Watch List. This list recognizes twelve companies from all over the globe that provide training content development services.
JPL recently captured a Telly Award for B2B branded content created for Modjeski and Masters, a leading bridge engineering firm based in Mechanicsburg, PA. The company uses this video and other content to engage prospective customers in conversation.
JPL interns are helping a local non-profit organization share its mission with the community in an image video they produced for an upcoming event. The video for The Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region was recently shown at The Salvation Army’s
For the third year in a row, BtoB Magazine has named JPL to its exclusive Top Agencies Special Report. The report lists the agencies which orchestrated “the most challenging, inventive and effective campaigns” in the eyes of the experts at BtoB Magazine.
Mary Boyer was recently promoted to vice president, finance at JPL. She will assume responsibility for JPL’s day-to-day financial operations and continue optimizing JPL’s financial processes to improve efficiency and ensure client satisfaction.
College interns at JPL are working with the Salvation Army in Harrisburg to produce a promotional video that educates people about the work the organization does in the community.
JPL received two Telly Awards for excellence in marketing in higher education and engineering. JPL received an award for the Central Penn College TV campaign and for a video case study for Modjeski and Masters, a bridge engineering firm.
JPL used innovative technology to help this year’s PA Tech Awards create buzz and more than double award nominations. The annual awards program, organized by TechQuest PA, recognizes individuals and businesses that advance technology in Pennsylvania.
In this Central Penn Business Journal article, JPL Vice President, Strategy & Integrated Communications Bill Kobel shares his insights on the changing face of marketing and how it is driving growth for integrated communications companies like JPL.
JPL President Luke Kempski was recently featured in this Executive Leaders Radio interview. Kempski talks about the history and growth of the company and shares his personal reflections on his career.
JPL added even more muscle to its creative team with the addition of Art Director Angela Moramarco, who comes to the company from a top New York City advertising agency.
In order to improve the accessibility and availability of training, the PA Chiefs of Police Association (PCPA) recently launched a virtual training network and on line training courses created in partnership with JPL.