The CEO Council for Growth submitted its highest priority appropriations request to our regional congressional delegation. Federal investment in key areas of our economy ensures tremendous economic return, innovations, and breakthroughs that will provide for a better quality of life on a regional and national scale.
On May 30, 2019, Philadelphia Councilmember At-Large Derek Green joined Jill Horner at Comcast Newsmakers to talk about the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia's (the Chamber) PHL Neighborhood Growth Project.
On June 14, 2019, Rob Wonderling, President and CEO, The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, writes a letter urging the Members of the House Education Committee to support HB 796. This bi-partisan bill encourages partnerships between businesses and local schools, which will lead students to sustainable career paths and ultimately strengthen the future’s workforce.
Dear Chairmen Sonney and Roebuck, and Members of the House Education Committee:
I write today to offer our support for HB 796 introduced by Representatives Jared Solomon, Aaron Bernstine, and Kate Klunk and scheduled to appear before your Committee on June 17th.
This bi-partisan bill gets right […]
Rob Wonderling, President and CEO, the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, submitted the following letter urging the Southeastern Pennsylvania State House Delegation to support HB 1103, legislation that would expand Pennsylvania’s Pipeline Investment Program (PIPE).
The Chamber’s mission is to attract, retain, and grow jobs for the city and region. We follow principles of economic competitiveness to guide our public policy.
The Chamber has launched the new PHL Neighborhood Growth Project (NGP) to leverage the ideas and conversations that started in Roadmap into proactive policies that nurture inclusive growth.
On April 29, Grow PA launched its 2019-2020 Legislative Priorities agenda, a roadmap for legislators aimed at advancing the most critical components of economic growth to better Pennsylvania’s jobs, population, and economy.
Melonease Shaw, President and CEO, Maven, Inc., discusses the importance of inclusive growth in Philadelphia's neighborhoods.
Is Philadelphia growing? It depends on who you ask — and how you define growth. To answer this question, we benchmarked Philadelphia against nine peer cities and looked at the same data at the neighborhood level.
The PHL Neighborhood Growth Project Policy Platform focuses on expanding prosperity to every neighborhood and fighting Philadelphia’s highest among big cities poverty rate.