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On January 31, Mayor Kenney addressed over 1,600 members of the business community, highlighted our city's successes, and detailed where his administration and the business community still have work to do.
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.
Amy T. Loftus, General Manager, Slalom Philadelphia, emphasizes the importance of engaging minority-, LGBTQ-, and women-owned businesses.
The Chamber's Roadmap for Growth Action Team hosted a conference on November 6, where we learned how to collaborate across industries to uplift communities.
The 2018-2019 cohort of business leaders come from a diverse range of industries and backgrounds.
Marc Coleman (President & CEO, The Tactile Group) explains how diverse teams and organizations provide economic value and competitiveness.
Scholarship applications are now open to professionals who wish to complete their undergraduate degrees. Recipients can receive up to $5,000 within a two-year period.
CEO Access forges relationships between large business CEOs and minority, LGBTQ, and women entrepreneurs to drive business and create economic opportunity.
Krutee Shah, AIA, LEED AP (President, Paradigm Architecture, LLC) stresses the importance of supporting minority entrepreneurship in the Greater Philadelphia business community.