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Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce

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5 Predictions for Philadelphia’s Cell and Gene Therapy Sector in 2020

It’s been one year since the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, through its CEO Council for Growth and with its partners and collaborators, formally […]

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Inside Philadelphia’s New Innovation Festival

Philadelphia is getting a new citywide special — spoiler: it does not include a PBR. This week, city leaders announced B.PHL, Philadelphia’s first citywide innovation […]


Does the Chamber of Commerce Have Standing to Challenge Philadelphia’s Wage Equity Law?

Philadelphia’s freshly minted wage equity law was supposed take effect next Tuesday, but the city voluntarily put the brakes on the law pending the resolution […]


Philadelphia Postpones Wage Equity Law Pending Legal Challenge

In light of a recent challenge to Philadelphia’s new wage equity law, the city has agreed to delay enforcement of the ordinance, which is set […]


Chamber of Commerce Votes Against Philadelphia Tax Reform Plan

A coalition of city business and political leaders led by Center City District President and CEO Paul Levy and Brandywine Realty Trust President and CEO […]


Chamber of Commerce Lobs Lawsuit at Philly Over Wage Equity Law

Back in January, Comcast threatened to sue the City of Philadelphia over its wage equity bill and now, just a month before the law is […]


There’s A Future for Young Professionals Here, Survey Finds

According to the results of a survey released last week by the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, a whopping 93 percent of young professionals […]


Here Are Kenney’s Pointers for the Biz Community

At the Chamber’s 34th annual mayoral luncheon on Thursday, where hundreds of the region’s businesses were represented, Mayor Kenney made some promises to the business […]


Who’s in the “Broad Coalition” Against the Pay Equity Bill?

It’s been a week since Comcast threatened the city with a lawsuit against the pay equity bill. And since the issue became public, Rob Wonderling, […]

City Life

Let’s Celebrate Latinx Achievement in Philly

I spend a lot of time writing and thinking (and worrying) about the challenges that Latinxs face in our city. There are lots of those: […]


Philly Chamber of Commerce Report Pushes Gas Pipeline

The push to make Philadelphia America’s next energy hub continues. The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce this morning hosted an event, “Building the Nation’s Next […]


Here’s the Full Text of Jim Kenney’s Chamber of Commerce Speech

Mayor Jim Kenney today addressed the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce at its annual Mayoral Luncheon, discussing issues ranging from strengthening the workforce to making […]


Drexel President Named Chairman of Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce has found a new leader. John Fry, the president of Drexel University, will become chairman of the organization in October […]


Study: Philly Business Leaders Bullish on Economy, Hiring in 2016

The stock market is incredibly volatile, oil prices are scary low and the mysterious Chinese economy is freaking out the Wall Street. But business leaders in […]