As City Council resumes this week, we are excited to introduce our Council Connectors.
Brian Keith, Ph.D., Dean, Biomedical Studies, The Wistar Institute, details development opportunities available to Philadelphia residents interested in biotechnology and looking to expand and strengthen their skills.
Annas shares advice for middle market business leaders looking to meet with a potential lender.
Check out the op-ed in the Inquirer by Chamber CEO Rob Wonderling and Philadelphia Building and Construction Trades Council President Ryan Boyer about how we can create an inclusive prosperity for all neighborhoods in Philadelphia.
The CEO Access Network seeks to help disability-, LGBTQ-, minority-, veteran-, and women-owned companies thrive and share in our city’s prosperity.
Politicians can add more sunshine to the legislative process rather than passing laws via backroom deals or adding amendments to bills without public input or scrutiny.
There is no one magic law or program that will bring an end to gun violence in our city. Instead, we must address its root cause and find the right mix of tools, services, and programs to best serve our neighborhoods.
We want to deliver a message to local government and show them that people all across Philadelphia support the Business Owners’ Bill of Rights.
Malik Brown, Executive Director, Graduate! Philadelphia, describes why it makes good business sense to support employees who go back to school to complete their college degrees.
The population of Philadelphia is slowly and steadily growing. But here’s the thing – our population growth is slower than MOST large cities across the United States. And we need to do something about it.