Discuss our Inclusive Growth Agenda and the four policy pillars that will bring a shared prosperity to every neighborhood.
We look forward to continuing to work with the business community and city leaders to increase the inclusive neighborhood growth that is so important to reducing the city’s too-high poverty rate.
Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia Applauds City for Moving Ahead with “Business Owners Bill of Rights”
The Chamber applauds the announcement that the City of Philadelphia will implement a new “Business Owners Bill of Rights."
Our friends at the Philadelphia Foundation created On the Table Philly as a way to elevate civic conversation, foster new relationships, and create a unifying experience.
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.
Policies that foster a strong business environment, such as the Business Owner’s Bill of Rights, will incentivize our commercial corridors, improve overall business development, and enhance ongoing mentorship programs.
Check out what Allegra Derengowski of Birchtree Catering, this year's ImpactPHL Excellence Award honoree, has to say as we highlight one of the excellent small businesses driving the Greater Philadelphia region.
Check out what Rich Goldberg of Safian & Rudolph, this year's Family-Owned Business Excellence Award honoree, has to say as we highlight one of the excellent small businesses driving the Greater Philadelphia region.
Hear from Jessica Sharp of Maven Communications, this year's Young Entrepreneur of the Year, as we highlight one of the excellent small business leaders driving the Greater Philadelphia region.