James R. Burnett, Executive Director, West Philadelphia Financial Services Institution, details ways small businesses can work with a community lending institution to find support during a crisis and a path to recovery.
Philadelphia, PA, June 15, 2020 – The Greater Philadelphia business and civic community, in collaboration with the City of Philadelphia, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the four other southeastern Pennsylvania counties announced today that they are spearheading an effort to recharge the regional economy as the area begins to recuperate from the impact of COVID-19 and address the need for greater economic empowerment and equity for all citizens.
The global pandemic combined with calls for reforms to promote racial equality present an opportunity for the region’s business community to work in concert with Philadelphia City government, […]
Ben Goebel, Program Manager - IPP, The Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians, shares insight into the importance of supporting immigrant entrepreneurs and immigrant-owned small businesses during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
Bill Schaninger, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company, details the resources that are available to help small to mid-size businesses navigate labor shifts during COVID-19 and as we look towards recovery.
A message from the Chamber’s President & CEO Rob Wonderling to our community regarding the COVID-19 public health crisis.
In our nation’s infancy, 1793 to be precise, yellow fever struck Philadelphia and caused many of the same disruptions we’re seeing in our region today.
When the days were their darkest, Stephen Girard, a banker who would become the wealthiest man in America by the time of his death, took charge of the city’s hospital and not only managed its affairs but nursed the infirmed with his own two hands.
This sense of individual responsibility to neighbor, colleague, and community is […]
The Chamber team is here for you, your employees and your business. This round-up of activity includes Key Takeaways for Your Business and a Detailed Legislative Update.
As we continue to work together to advocate for a more transparent government that works for businesses of all sizes, our economy will grow and each of our neighborhoods will take part in our city's inclusive prosperity.
The Chamber and the PHL Neighborhood Growth Project (PHL NGP) are grateful to have worked with the Mayor in his first-term, and look forward to seeing what more can be accomplished in his second.
We are excited to work with the Governor and create an inclusive prosperity that reaches every neighborhood.
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