We must work together to make sure Philadelphia is a city where everyone has an opportunity to thrive.
Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia Testifies in Support of Neighborhood Cleaning Program to Revitalize Commercial Corridors
Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia President and CEO Rob Wonderling testified in support of Bill 190857.
David Thornburgh, President and CEO, Committee of Seventy, elaborates on the importance of government transparency and how it benefits residents and businesses alike.
We must strengthen our workforce initiatives and provide the necessary skills and training for resident to succeed in a modern economy.
We look forward to continuing to work with the business community and city leaders to increase the inclusive neighborhood growth that is so important to reducing the city’s too-high poverty rate.
Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia Applauds City for Moving Ahead with “Business Owners Bill of Rights”
The Chamber applauds the announcement that the City of Philadelphia will implement a new “Business Owners Bill of Rights."
When we come together as a community, we have the power to impact our own neighborhoods and lives.
In a new report out by Drexel University’s Philadelphia Fellow, Richard Florida explores the roadblocks to all Philadelphia neighborhoods sharing in the prosperity of Center City. One of the things Florida identifies is our quickly declining millennial population.
ICYMI: Philly’s controller: Gun violence could cost the city millions in lost tax revenue, property value
If Philadelphia is going to reduce its poverty rate — the highest among the nation's big cities — it needs to reduce neighborhood violence.
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