CCEDC Awards Dinner, Phoenixville Foundry

Seedcopa Borrower STUMP in Northern Liberties Wins “Best of Philly”

September 16, 2019

When the urban house plant shop called STUMP was named by Philadelphia Magazine as “Best of Philly 2019,” the publication described it as a “spare, curated shop [that] looks more like a chic apartment than a nursery. Which makes sense, because the staff thinks about houseplants as design elements.” Indeed, STUMP is a special place, and it required specialized financing… Read More >

Partnering to Build Communities of Hiring

September 3, 2019

HireOne, an initiative of the Chester County Economic Development Council, in partnership with the Hankin Group, held a business networking group at 411 Eagleview Boulevard in the Eagleview Corporate Center this week. In addition to the Hankin team, staff from SEI Investments, Jennersville Hospital, Victory Brewing, Krapf Transportation, Sprioc LLC, WSFS and other, participated in… Read More >

CCEDC Adds Seven New Board Members

August 26, 2019

The Chester County Economic Development Council (CCEDC) recently voted to add seven new members to its board of directors.  The new additions include Vanessa Briggs of Brandywine Health Foundation, Mark Curtin of United Parcel Service, Philip Earley of Lieberman Earley & Company, Clare Freimuth of BB&T, Michael J. Kelly of CCRES, Michael Long of Cerner, and… Read More >

CCEDC: For Innovation Economy, Let’s Walk the Walk

August 19, 2019

A report released this week by the Brookings Institution says Pennsylvania’s innovation economy—the part of our economy dealing with new technology, startups, entrepreneurship, and industry-changing innovation—has gone stagnant. The report blames a few factors, such as diminished investment by the state government in early-stage companies and below-average R&D expenditures by PA-based companies, and goes on… Read More >

CCEDC Facilitated $174,564 in Training Subsidies for Area Companies

August 12, 2019

The Chester County Economic Development Council (CCEDC) via its Innovative Technology Action Group (ITAG) initiative works with local companies to support their need for technology-related training.  During the organization’s 2019 fiscal year, a total of $174,564 was allocated to support the training needs of 31 different companies. The funds, which are made available through grants… Read More >

ITAG Partnership Meeting – Cyber Workforce of Tomorrow

August 5, 2019

Join us for the ITAG Partnership Meeting at Drexel University LeBow College of Business. This meeting is being led/planned by our Cyber Action Team and will be devoted to the topic of preparing and hiring the next generation of cybersecurity workers. A panel with special guests from leading cyber academic programs and a national cyber… Read More >

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