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    IPAK Accepted as Participant in the 8(a) Business Development Program

    Camden, NJ – IPAK, Inc., a printing, packaging and value added 3PL provider, is proud to announce its acceptance to the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 8(a) Business Development program. This certification opens new doors for the company and positions IPAK for continued growth and success in the federal contracting arena. “The SBA’s 8(a) certification is...

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    HUBZone Businesses Like IPAK Streamline End of Fiscal Year Spend

    Contracts can now be sole-sourced to HUBZone certified businesses at or below the Simplified Acquisition Threshold ($250,000)! The end of year scramble is nothing new for Agencies and their Contracting Officers, however a new amendment to the FAR reduces the burden, while also helping to meetsmall business spending goals. As of October of FY23, the...

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    IPAK’s commitment to the community featured in TAPinto Camden

    March 8, 2023, Camden, NJ, by Neill Borowski – While many best practices may be found at IPAK, the one that leaps out is the proportion of Camden residents employed at this facility and the one on Memorial Drive. About six out of 10 jobs at IPAK, which employs 108, are held by Camden residents....

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    ‘Made in NJ’ Manufacturer of the Year was awarded to IPAK

    The ‘Made in NJ’ Manufacturer of the Year was awarded to IPAK, a packaging and fulfillment company based in Camden, NJ. Out of nearly 10,000 manufacturers in NJ, IPAK was selected for their stand-out achievement, workforce development and community involvement. NJMEP spearheads New Jersey’s celebration of our nation’s annual Manufacturing Day, which is a chance...

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    Women-Owned and Indigenous Small Businesses Thrive with EDA and MBDA Support

    U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE FEATURES IPAK’S CEO DURING WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH AND HIGHLIGHTS CAPITAL ACCESS PROGRAMS THROUGH THE EDA AND MBDA At the U.S. Department of Commerce, Women’s History Month is an opportunity to highlight the strength, tenacity, and determination of women in American society. It’s also a time to honor women business leaders and their...

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    IPAK’s CEO Honored

    ROI-NJ names Karen Primak on its inaugural Women of Influence list, saluting the best women in NJ’s business world. To read the original article, click here ROI Influencers: Women in Business 2021 — Executives (N-Z) | ROI-NJ

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    How IPAK’s Diversity Sustained It Through COVID-19

    September 13th, 2021, Washington D.C., by NAM – When COVID-19 swept through Camden, New Jersey, it hit the kit and packaging manufacturer IPAK very hard. The majority of IPAK’s nearly 100 employees are women and people from underserved communities, and like many other similarly situated groups, they suffered from particularly high case rates and economic disruption....

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    IPAK Partners with Leading Safety Provider

    Camden, NJ, August 4th, 2020­­­­­­­­—On a long flight home from a women’s business conference, Arbill CEO Julie Copeland and IPAK CEO Karen Primak fell into conversation about being mothers, CEOs, entrepreneurs and getting it all done. So when the COVID-19 crisis began, the two leaders—now good friends—knew they were the perfect collaborators to make an...

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    IPAK Helps Comcast Agency Partner Take Coveted Award

    Southern NJ, April 5, 2017 — On February 23, 2017, Xfinity Branded Partner Program Kit, manufactured and distributed by IPAK (featured below) and designed by Agency M, won a Louix Award from the Art Directors Club of Philadelphia (ADCP). Founded in 1924 as a local chapter of famed NY club, its Louix award is the...

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    IPAK Receives HUBZone Certification from SBA

    Southern NJ, March 1 2017— The Small Business Administration (SBA) has certified IPAK, Inc. as a HUBZone small business effective February 24, 2017. The Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) Program’s purpose is to increase employment opportunities, investment, and economic development in underserved areas. Federal agencies and certain prime contractors have a statutory 3 percent contracting goal...

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