We’ve created a round-up of recent activity including Key Takeaways for Your Business and a Detailed Legislative Update.
W're pleased to announce the diverse and comprehensive list of business and civic leaders that will help develop the recharge and recovery plan for the city and the region.
Each Friday, we’ll bring you a round-up of positive news about how Chamber members are making a difference in our community during the COVID-19 crisis and as we restart the economy.
A message from the Chamber’s President & CEO Rob Wonderling to our members.
Last Monday, nearly 200 diverse leaders of our region’s business and civic community announced efforts to work towards economic recovery amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the need for greater social justice.
Working with government and across industries we’ve created a true public private partnership. Your chamber is committed to approaching this work using a lens of diversity, equity and inclusion to ensure that these recommendations benefit all citizens including those currently overlooked, underrepresented, or disenfranchised.
This Taskforce will provide actionable and practical recommendations to improve our economy […]
Your Chamber advocacy team is working to share legislative updates and continue to advocate for your business in Washington, D.C., Harrisburg, and Philadelphia. We’ve created a round-up of recent activity including Key Takeaways for Your Business and a Detailed Legislative Update. This represents our best knowledge of the situation as of 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 18, 2020.
Chamber members are invited to join weekly legislative update calls hosted by our Advocacy team to hear the latest on COVID-19 relief and recovery efforts at the federal, state, and local level as well as other […]
As we navigate reopening and recovery, our members are sharing subject matter expertise to support regional businesses.
Twana Harris, Senior Consultant, Business Practice Leader for Inclusion & Diversity and Leadership Development, Exude, shares insight into how businesses should follow up their statements advocating for social justice with actions that benefit our region's underrepresented communities.
Richard M. Englert, President, Temple University, discusses why it's important that employers and higher education institutions better partner together to ensure success now and in the future considering the lasting impact of COVID-19.
Lori Armstrong Halber, Partner, Labor and Employment Group, ReedSmith LLP, shares insight into how employers can best prepare for potential business and operational disruptions as well as the far-reaching business and legal implications as they plan for reopening,
James R. Burnett, Executive Director, West Philadelphia Financial Services Institution, details ways small businesses can work with a community lending institution to find support during a crisis and a path to recovery.