Business View Magazine | December 2020

424 BUSINESS VIEW MAGAZINE DECEMBER 2020 project that will expand our residential footprint by about 750,000 square feet in the next few years.” Summing up the special attributes of the borough, Herbert shares, “What makes Lansdale unique is that we are constantly leaning into what is coming next and what the future will look like. And our investment in infrastructure embodies that. Lansdale has the diversity and excellent entertainment avenues that people appreciate. It is a place to root yourself and enjoy life in motion. These are just some of the wonderful qualities that keep drawing people to our home.” PREFERRED VENDORS n Univest Financial® The right financial partner can, and should, bring benefits well beyond the interest rate on a loan. Given the challenges of 2020, it is more crucial than ever to have a strong relationship with a lender who can serve as a true partner and help you explore the possibilities as you manage your business. Things to consider include: What treasury management services are best for cash flow, security and efficiency? How should you structure a 401(k) program to attract and retain employees? Is your business properly insured based on size and industry? Can you keep up with the ever changing regulations surrounding employee benefits? How do you, as the business owner, put yourself on the path for wealth accumulation? This is where the right banker at the right bank can make a large impact. At Univest, we strive to provide complete financial solutions for our clients. When choosing a commercial bank, place value on a partner who can help in areas beyond just lending and focus on building a relationship rather than securing a single service. Over time, this can help you and your business achieve your financial dreams. To see what’s possible with Univest and how our team can serve your business, learn more at or contact us at 877-723-5571. Univest Bank and Trust Co. is Member FDIC, Equal Opportunity and SBA Preferred Lender. n Kilkenny Law program. We are looking at expanding that project, as well.” With growth comes the need to rethink what infrastructure means for Lansdale; finding new and different ways to expand and reutilize the current infrastructure. Herbert notes, “We own our telephone poles, and we have the opportunity to develop our 5G network. We are also imagining how we can deploy our own internet coverage in the borough. These are a few of the things on the horizon. Some of the items are long-term, while others are in the planning stage. As far as development is concerned, we will probably see an additional