Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Outlines Goals for 2024 and Beyond

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Philadelphia Chamber CEO Chellie Cameron and board chair Michael Innocenzo.
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Philadelphia Chamber CEO Chellie Cameron and Philadelphia Chamber board chair Michael Innocenzo.

During the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia’s annual meeting last week, leaders denoted quality of life as the biggest priority for the region’s business owners, writes Ryan Mulligan for the Philadelphia Business Journal. 

Chamber CEO Chellie Cameron highlighted the Chamber’s five-year strategic plan — Chamber 2028 — to make the Philadelphia region among the top global destinations for business and a leader in inclusive growth.

“There are three enduring strategic priorities to support our vision: amplify the impact of business in the region, advocating for our competitive business climate, grow a vibrant and diverse business community,” Cameron said.

To get to this goal, board chair Michael Innocenzo said that the region will first have to focus on its quality of life and safety. 

“Building the workforce of tomorrow and addressing the quality of life and the reduction of gun violence in our region has never been more critical,” said Innocenzo.

There have been 1,137 nonfatal and 328 fatal shootings to date in Philadelphia, according to statistics.

In addition to safety, the Chamber is committed to advocating for a reduction of taxes and inclusivity, along with building on other economic development and workforce initiatives.

Learn more about how the Philadelphia Chamber aims to help the region’s business owners at the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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