We must work together to make sure Philadelphia is a city where everyone has an opportunity to thrive.
Discuss our Inclusive Growth Agenda and the four policy pillars that will bring a shared prosperity to every neighborhood.
Women seeking to complete their undergraduate degree are welcome to apply for the Paradigm Scholarship.
Our friends at the Philadelphia Foundation created On the Table Philly as a way to elevate civic conversation, foster new relationships, and create a unifying experience.
Policies that foster a strong business environment, such as the Business Owner’s Bill of Rights, will incentivize our commercial corridors, improve overall business development, and enhance ongoing mentorship programs.
Campus Philly offers various opportunities for the business community to connect with students from local colleges and universities.
Join us in congratulating this year's CEO Access Network, a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion program of the Chamber.
In honor of Minority Enterprise Development Week, James Sanders, Vice President, Commercial & Industrial Lending, Customers Bank, stresses the importance of supporting minority-owned businesses.
Joanna F. Wusinich, Esq., Director of Work Study Program, Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School, explains the importance of teaching young people different skillsets.
David Mason, CEO, David Mason + Associates, describes how branching out from peer groups can result in business development opportunities.