Benefiting Greater Philadelphia’s growth-oriented businesses
Small Business Board
The Small Business Board (SBB) is comprised primarily of winners of the Chamber’s Excellence Awards and service providers who have small business specialties. SBB contributes to the overall mission of the Chamber by providing advice and counsel to the Chamber staff and management on policy and programming from the perspective of the owners and executives of small to mid-sized growth-oriented businesses.
Co-Founder/Director of Client Relations
Arcweb Technologies LLC
President & CEO
President & CEO
Henry A. Davidsen
Jesse Kramer, LLC
Vice President, Marketing Director
Steven Singer Jewelers, Inc.
Director of Advancement
Bringing Hope Home
Regional Director, Business Marketing
Community College of Philadelphia
President, SBA Lending Division
Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network (GPVN)
Hopeworks ‘N Camden
Founder & President
Mondre Energy, Inc.
Partner’s Consulting, Inc.
Director of Business Development
Senior Vice President
Manager of Business Development
John Ferry, Jr.
Robertson’s Flowers & Events
Kevin Boyle, Esq.
Summit Group Retirement Planners, Inc.
Synergetic Sound & Lighting
Senior VP, Regional VP Philadelphia Market
The Home Hero
President-Small Business Banking
Univest Bank and Trust Co.
- Advocate for a competitive tax and regulatory structure that ensures simplicity for small business compliance and provides long-term certainty.
- Support policies that increase and streamline access to capital for small businesses to enable business expansion or hiring.
- Advocate for small businesses in Harrisburg to address business tax competitiveness issues that contribute to the low rate of job creation in Pennsylvania.
- Work to ensure a fair regulatory business climate and lobby on legislation affecting health insurance, workforce development, and economic development.
- Advocate for a more competitive local tax environment, including reductions in wage and business taxes
- Promote processes that ease doing business in Philadelphia, including online permitting and increased coordination among city departments
- Call for continued investments in neighborhood commercial corridors to support small business growth