This past October, a Philadelphia-based partnership led by the Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Center (DVIRC) with participation and support from PIDC was successfully awarded a $1,892,000 grant from the federal government for the creation of an Advanced Manufacturing Accelerator focused on transportation equipment.
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As 2012 comes to an end, it’s the perfect opportunity to look back on the highlights of the year. Philadelphia was bustling with groundbreaking and ribbon cutting activity and PIDC was proud to be involved with several of the projects.
On November 30th, PIDC participated in a “Smart Talk” panel convened by the University City Science Center and the Energy Efficient Buildings HUB (EEB Hub) at The Navy Yard.
The holiday season is here and with it PIDC is again promoting shopping local by taking part in a Shop PHL campaign.
Contact: Laura Copeland, 215-685-4902 For Immediate Release: November 30, 2012 PWD and PIDC Announce $5 Million in Grants to Promote Green Stormwater Management Practices in Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA: The Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) and the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC) launched the second round of the Stormwater Management Incentives Program (SMIP) Grant on Monday, December 3, […]
PIDC is pleased to announce the completion of The Navy Yard Riverfront Greenway, a one-mile long recreational walking, jogging, and biking path along Admiral Peary Way and the Delaware River, designed by local landscape architecture firm, Simone Collins.
The Holidays are upon us.
On Friday, October 26, 2012, Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced the creation of Startup PHL, a new initiative to support Philadelphia startups and entrepreneurs.
The Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia (ABC), an affiliate of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) works to strengthen the region’s creative sector, including arts, culture and for-profit creative businesses.