Council Connectors are people who own and operate businesses across the city. We know that increasing the number of jobs in the city — particularly in neighborhoods — is critical to tackling the city's biggest challenges.
Our programming and partners can help you diversify your workforce, recruit nontraditional workers, onboard interns, and more.
Diversity benefits all aspects of business, which is why we strive to make it a top priority. Last year's programs and resources demonstrated the value of inclusion in business.
CEO Access Network is accepting applications for small business owners from the disability, LGBTQ, minority, veteran, and women-owned enterprise communities.
The Chamber invests in our region's future workforce, through community engagement programs such as Read to Me, Future Ready, and WorkReady.
Monique Greenwood, CEO, Akwaaba Bed & Breakfast Innes, stresses the importance of increasing the number of minority-owned businesses in Greater Philadelphia.
Russ Starke, Chief Executive Officer, Think Company, challenges business owners to branch out of their own peer circles and form relationships with executives from underrepresented populations.
Read the Chamber's recently released survey findings and hear from our members why diversity and inclusion matter to their businesses.
Phil Jaurigue, Chairman & CEO, Sabre Systems, Inc., explains how inclusive business partnerships create economic opportunity.
Meet a WorkReady intern and learn how your business can provide job experiences to Philadelphia's youth.