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The Greater Philadelphia region enthusiastically welcomes the BIO International Convention, which will be hosted from June 3 – 6.
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.
Pete Cramer, Director of Development, Wexford Science + Technology Center, talks new developments in University City and how they reflect the trajectory of growth throughout the region.
Consistent with Select’s mission, the podcast showcases the amazing stories of economic growth – and the people behind those stories from across our 11-county community.
McNabb discusses what he's learned about the region during his time leading a major business in Greater Philadelphia.
Learn why Philly the ideal city for Amazon's second headquarters based on our talent pool, millennial population growth, tech scene, cost of living, location, and more.
The announcement by Amazon last week that they will create a new, second headquarters in North America provides a unique opportunity for Greater Philadelphia, and your Chamber team is working with city, county and state representatives as well as business and civic leaders from across our community to respond to this RFP.
Why is business attraction work important to a region’s success?
Greater Philadelphia is recognized as one of the most competitive locations to do business. Our community offers everything that a company could ask for: a centralized location at the heart of the vast Northeast market, a thriving economy, a robust transportation infrastructure and a dynamic talent pool generated from the more than 100 colleges and universities within our region.
In addition to these assets, a region needs a voice that markets this information to the rest […]
This article was originally published on Metro.us.
BY ROB WONDERLING
The Philadelphia Navy Yard is seen as an apex of business parks nationwide.
In 1776, a war for independence was raging between Great Britain and the 13 colonies of what would one day become the United States of America. It was that same year the Continental Congress leased land in Philadelphia to support naval defense, and in 1868, what is known today as the Navy Yard became an official U.S. Navy site.
Like many things in Philadelphia, it holds a “firsts” title, being the first shipyard in the world to use dry docks in […]