Consider how Alzheimer’s impacts both your employees’ lives and your bottom line.
Brian Keith, Ph.D., Dean, Biomedical Studies, The Wistar Institute, details development opportunities available to Philadelphia residents interested in biotechnology and looking to expand and strengthen their skills.
From June 3 to June 6, Philadelphia proudly hosted the 2019 BIO International Convention, the world’s largest meeting for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
In light of the imminent closure of both Hahnemann University Hospital and Philadelphia Energy Solutions’ (PES) refinery in South Philadelphia, Philadelphia Works, Inc. and the City of Philadelphia are working to identify all available resources from our local workforce system in order to mitigate the impact for laid-off employees.
Adam Pardes, Chief Operating Officer & Co-founder, NeuroFlow, talks about the importance of mental health in the workplace and what resources are available to employees who are seeking better care from their providers.
The Greater Philadelphia region enthusiastically welcomes the BIO International Convention, which will be hosted from June 3 – 6.
The CEO Council for Growth's Cell & Gene Therapy and Connected Health initiative aims to make Greater Philadelphia the geographical center of choice for talent, capital, and companies in these fast-growing economic verticals.
From meeting with Congressional Members on Capitol Hill to having lunch with their staffers, our members are helping to advance our business community at the federal level.
Rebecca Farrington, Chief Revenue Officer, Healthcare Administrative Partners, details the ways in which health care technology and data analytics play a role in shaping better patient care.
The Chamber’s mission is to attract, retain, and grow jobs for the city and region. We follow principles of economic competitiveness to guide our public policy.