Malik Brown, Executive Director, Graduate! Philadelphia, describes why it makes good business sense to support employees who go back to school to complete their college degrees.
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.
On May 16, 2019, the Chamber released a joint report with the Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia detailing how Philadelphia's business community engages in philanthropy and the scale and scope of those philanthropic activities.
On April 29, Grow PA launched its 2019-2020 Legislative Priorities agenda, a roadmap for legislators aimed at advancing the most critical components of economic growth to better Pennsylvania’s jobs, population, and economy.
Is Philadelphia growing? It depends on who you ask — and how you define growth. To answer this question, we benchmarked Philadelphia against nine peer cities and looked at the same data at the neighborhood level.
Read the Chamber's recently released survey findings and hear from our members why diversity and inclusion matter to their businesses.
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.
The Greater Philadelphia Energy Action Team (GPEAT) presents its new vision for a more diverse energy economy.
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.