The Chamber announces a new initiative which will help educate voters and candidates during the 2019 elections.
Goldstone provides concrete strategies for employers to respond to the opioid epidemic in the workplace.
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.
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Bogoni explains why early childhood literacy is imperative to neighborhood health.
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.
Lynn Ozer (President, SBA Lending Division Officer, Fulton Bank) encourages businesses to work together to uplift every neighborhood in Philadelphia.
This summer, the Chamber's Roadmap for Growth Action Team is out in Philadelphia's neighborhoods for specialized workshops to help small businesses grow.
Peter Hotz (President, vybe urgent care) explains how neighborhood entrepreneurship spurs innovation and creates economic opportunity.
In response to recent legislative activity surrounding the FY19 budget and recent amendments to a proposed 1% tax on construction across the city, the Chamber has released an open letter to Council that details our support for Mayor Kenney’s strategy to fund schools locally and continues opposes targeted industry taxes.
Read the full letter below:
Dear Philadelphia City Councilmembers,
As the FY19 Budget cycle is coming to a close, we are writing to clearly state our members’ priorities.
As a general matter, the Chamber supports increased funding for the School District of Philadelphia, affordable housing and the homestead exemption. The Chamber also supports continuing […]