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.”
We've had an exciting first year at PHL Neighborhood Growth Project.
As part of the Chamber’s ongoing commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), we hosted a conversation with Carli Lloyd, Captain of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team, and a panel of women leading the way on and off the field in the sports industry.
The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia (the Chamber) is pleased to announce that Denis P. O’Brien, Senior Executive Vice President of Exelon Corporation, will receive the 2019 William Penn Award, the highest honor presented to a business or civic leader in Greater Philadelphia.
The award, which has been given annually since 1949, recognizes an individual for their outstanding contributions toward the betterment of the region, professional accomplishments, and commitment to charity as well as to the community. O’Brien will be honored on Friday, April 24, 2020, from 6:30 – 11:00 pm during a gala hosted at The Bellevue Hotel.
Denis P. […]
We must work together to make sure Philadelphia is a city where everyone has an opportunity to thrive.
Women seeking to complete their undergraduate degree are welcome to apply for the Paradigm Scholarship.
Each year, at the Chamber’s Annual Meeting, we take a moment to look back at our accomplishments before we look ahead to the exciting new things to come. Almost 1,600 business and civic leaders gathered on October 11 to hear from Chamber leadership including Chamber Board of Directors Chair Daniel J. Hilferty, CEO of Independence Health Group, and the Chamber’s President & CEO Rob Wonderling.
“Your Chamber has never been more engaged and impactful, we’ve worked tiredlessly to create growth and […]
The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia kicked off its Roadmap for Growth programmatic year on October 23, 2019 to host The Entrepreneurial Mind: Teaching Kids to Think Differently.
There are more opportunities for computer programmers, graphic designers, and information technologists than ever before. But our education and workforce development systems aren’t set up to give our students the competitive advantage for these types of 21st-century jobs.
According to the new report, the average business opening in Philadelphia needs to take eight legal steps and pay costs more than three times the national average.