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More than 50 Chamber members joined us down in our nation’s capital to meet with our regional congressional delegation.
Josh Levitas, Lead Presentation Designer, Independence Blue Cross, discusses the importance of supporting the leadership development of in-house creatives.
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.
From June 3 to June 6, Philadelphia proudly hosted the 2019 BIO International Convention, the world’s largest meeting for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
How will the expansion of SEPTA’s Norristown High Speed Line to the King of Prussia business district sustain the area’s continued growth?
The Greater Philadelphia region has experienced transformative growth over the past decade. Strategic public-private initiatives led by influential leaders have resulted in large-scale corporate expansions and relocations, improvements in talent attraction and retention, and substantial investments to enhance the public realm. To propel Philadelphia and its submarkets toward becoming a world class metropolitan […]
The CEO Council for Growth's Cell & Gene Therapy and Connected Health initiative aims to make Greater Philadelphia the geographical center of choice for talent, capital, and companies in these fast-growing economic verticals.
Parker details how increased Market-Frankford line capacity can accommodate continued ridership growth and support new developments.
Dr. Julie E. Wollman, President, Widener University, explains how leadership development opportunities for employees lead to long-term growth for organizations.
Philadelphia, Oct. 31, 2018–For over a century after the Civil War, Philadelphia laid claim to being the “Workshop of the World,” producing trains, tools, textiles, and a multitude of other manufactured goods. An event today at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) highlights the city’s present-day role in manufacturing 21st century products: tools for precision medicine.
CHOP partnered with the CEO Council for Growth of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia to host the grand opening of the hospital’s new Clinical Manufacturing Facility, which will produce clinical-grade biotechnology tools, known as vectors, to deliver cell and […]