Fostering Good Business in the New Year

With a new year comes exciting events and initiatives at the Chamber. In keeping with our mission to foster growth in Greater Philadelphia, we're putting a focus on our advocacy efforts, enhancing opportunities for HR, championing small businesses, and sparking ideas and innovation for the region.

Procurement Opportunities for Our Region’s Businesses

The Pennsylvania Convention Center (PCCA) is offering a streamlined way to receive timely information on bid and procurement opportunities as they are released. The PCCA has launched an online Vendor Management Portal to provide greater access in real time for current and potential business partners.

Once registered, you will receive email notifications whenever the PCCA issues a new RFP or procurement opportunity in your self-determined area of expertise. The website also contains a link to an instructional video to assist you with the registration process.

Learn more and register for the Vendor Management Portal:

For additional procurement opportunities, the Chamber also offers access to […]

July 26th, 2016|Categories: Business Tips, Newsletter|0 Comments

FAQ – Conducting Business During the Democratic National Convention

With the eyes of the country – and world – turning to Philadelphia this week as our region hosts the Democratic National Convention, the Chamber is a resource for all businesses and civic partners, helping to navigate issues and maximize opportunities. We are pleased to keep our members informed about how this historic event will impact their businesses. The following FAQs, prepared by DNC Host Committee, provides an overview of what to expect this week:

When is the Convention? When do we expect Convention attendees to arrive and leave?

  • The Democratic National Convention (DNC) begins Monday, July 25th, and ends Thursday evening, […]
July 7th, 2016|Categories: Business Tips|0 Comments

Rob Wonderling’s Must Read: The Soft Edge

The summer is a time when I devote my reading to big non-fiction historical narratives. In August, I broke from tradition and read a business book. Business books have a reputation of being dry, but Forbes Publisher Rich Karlgaard’s The Soft Edge: Where Great Companies Find Lasting Success is a quick read with good advice.

Karlgaard notes that high performance has always required superb strategy and excellent execution, but he adds that truly great companies have deep values –  or what he calls “the soft edge”. The Great Recession hit everyone, but enduring companies grow and weather hard times […]

September 10th, 2014|Categories: Business Tips, Uncategorized|0 Comments