10 Philadelphia Networking Organizations That Have This Town Wired
From a series devoted to LGBTQ professionals to one that’s geared toward new-wave entrepreneurs.
These are the networking organizations every in-the-know Philadelphian needs to know.
A seasonal series that’s hosted by diverse City Hall politicos.
The Walnut Club
The premiere scene for professional women in Philadelphia.
Urban Philly Professional Network
The city’s top-rung networking circle for black and brown professionals of all levels.
A highly popular LGBTQ professional networking series hosted by Independence Business Alliance.
For new-wave entrepreneurs and people launching start-ups.
Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia
The longstanding connector for Philly’s top-level CEOs, execs, lawyers and business owners.
The destination of choice for creatives and artists looking to network in the city.
A meetup hub for advocates in the fields of sustainability, philanthropy, nonprofits and social change.
Young Involved Philadelphia
For civic-minded professional millennials looking for ways to connect and do good.
The Pen & Pencil Club
The watering hole for media-industry professionals (and those who love them).
Published as “Making Connections” in the March 2020 issue of Philadelphia magazine.