Edison Freire, Director of Gateway Initiatives, JEVS Human Services, discusses some of the ways employers can integrate apprenticeship opportunities into existing development strategies.
In honor of Minority Enterprise Development Week, James Sanders, Vice President, Commercial & Industrial Lending, Customers Bank, stresses the importance of supporting minority-owned businesses.
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.
McCarthy, Cross Center Services Manager, Educational Data Systems, Inc., shares tips to increase employee engagement and better your company culture.
Monique Greenwood, CEO, Akwaaba Bed & Breakfast Innes, stresses the importance of increasing the number of minority-owned businesses in Greater Philadelphia.
The Chamber's Greater Philadelphia Energy Action Team (GPEAT) partnered with Select Greater Philadelphia Council’s Growing Greater podcast to produce a five-part series highlighting our region’s diverse energy economy.
Melonease Shaw, President and CEO, Maven, Inc., discusses the importance of inclusive growth in Philadelphia's neighborhoods.
With 60% of Chamber member companies having 100 or fewer employees, we strive to provide opportunities for small businesses to grow and succeed in our region’s evolving market. For the month of April, we’re partnering with Comcast Business to bring programming surrounding small business growth and resources for small business owners to accomplish their business goals.
On Monday, April 8, former Director of Communications for Harley Davidson, Ken Schmidt, joined us for an insightful program on the importance of customer loyalty. Dominating the Marketplace: How Customer Loyalty Brings Corporate Success brought over 100 small business leaders together at VUE on […]
The PHL Neighborhood Growth Project Policy Platform focuses on expanding prosperity to every neighborhood and fighting Philadelphia’s highest among big cities poverty rate.
The Chamber announces a new initiative which will help educate voters and candidates during the 2019 elections.