September 2016 Issue
How local business leaders are reacting to proposed tax changes
The September issue's Social Network photos.
Your essential calendar of networking events, business breakfasts and power lunches.
No one likes to wait. And job candidates are less and less tolerant when employers are slow to hire.
Helpful items to make any business trip a breeze
Openings, closings, hirings and retirings in our region.
Don’t attempt to wade through these complicated matters on your own.
Working together to move Philadelphia forward.
The 2016 IMPACT Capital Conference challenges entrepreneurs to develop innovative business ideas that will solidify Philadelphia as a technology and life sciences hub for the future.
Healthier citizens and policy changes will make for a healthier city.
Restoring our land, waterways and communities
Job creation, tax reform and school improvements could help Philadelphia stay on the right track.
Setting a new standard in consumer engagement to create a more simplified health care experience
The corporate partnerships with neighborhood schools are key to the city’s continued growth.
The city can’t truly succeed until all of its residents have a place to call home.
Investing in technology and film could have a far-reaching impact for the city.
The continual infusion of young, curious-minded professionals in the workforce will create even more innovation and career growth opportunities in the city.
The city has seen an uptick in tourism dollars over the last two decades as outsiders learn Philadelphia offers modern entertainment in addition to its rich history
As technology continues to evolve, companies also need to invest in education to stay abreast of the competition and ultimately benefit their clients.
The city of brotherly love can’t move forward while leaving its citizens behind
Combined with proven best practices, modern innovations can enhance the way we manage fitness.
Pennsylvania needs to adopt CPR legislation and educate citizens on heart health awareness
Building a community through environmental education, free recreation, entertainment and engagement.
A private-public could address our region’s human capital challenges within all sectors of the Philadelphia region.
Philadelphia must take an innovative approach to health care to move forward.
Both emerging and established organizations are choosing to call Philadelphia home and collaborating to the benefit of the city as a whole.
Developers are bringing Philadelphia’s popular “Live, Work, Play” model to the suburbs.
Providing complementary therapies that support the physical and emotional needs of those suffering from illness.
Institutional discoveries become the therapies, technologies, medicines and products that serve society.
Philadelphia’s ports continue a centuries-old tradition as gateway for trade.
The city has not seen a host of transformational changes over the last 30 years, with more surely on the horizon.