A new survey of 20,000 Philadelphia residents found that two-thirds believe the quality of services provided by the City are “fair or poor.”
If we want to live in a city with a world-class workforce where every neighborhood shares in an inclusive prosperity, we must ensure our citizens have the fundamental skills to thrive.
Over the last year, the PHL Neighborhood Growth Project has been working to improve the opportunities we need to create strong lines of communication between local government, the business community, and neighborhood leaders to create lasting impact and prosperity in every neighborhood.
A new report from the U.S. Census Bureau revealed that poverty rose in more than twice as many Philadelphia neighborhoods as it decreased in over the five-year period 2014 to 2018.
We believe our Inclusive Growth Agenda will help accelerate long-term economic growth and an inclusive prosperity for each of these neighborhoods.
Shalimar Thomas, Executive Director, North Broad Renaissance, urges the business community to support inclusive growth and job creation for all of Philadelphia's neighborhoods.
Yvette Núñez, Vice President, Civic Affairs, the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia spoke at a hearing of the Special Committee on Poverty Reduction and Prevention.
We've had an exciting first year at PHL Neighborhood Growth Project.
The PHL Neighborhood Growth Project has been working to improve the opportunities needed to create strong lines of communication between local government, the business community, and neighborhood leaders to create lasting impact and prosperity in every neighborhood.
The Chamber submits testimony to the Philadelphia City Council Special Committee on Poverty Reduction and Prevention
The Chamber advocates for an educated and diverse workforce, a key asset to the long-term competitive success of the city and acts as a catalyst to attract and retain businesses.