ANNUAL PHILADELPHIA ANCHORS FOR GROWTH AND EQUITY SUMMIT
Please join us for the 2022 PAGE Summit, to be held VIRTUALLY If you are a procurement professional, institutional leader, or business owner committed to building a more inclusive regional economy throughout Philadelphia’s institutional supply chain, be sure to register today!
The latest insights, updates, and news from the Economy League community.
The January 12, 2022 release of the December 2021 Consumer Price Index (CPI) estimates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that inflation is continuing to climb to historic levels both across the U.S. and in Greater Philadelphia. In part seven of our ongoing series covering the local impact... Read More
This data brief is the sixth part of our series covering the localized impact of inflation on Greater Philadelphia. In part four of this series, we... Read More
With the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ recent release of the October 2021 Consumer Price Index (CPI) estimates, many national and local media sources... Read More
This data brief marks the fourth part of our series covering the localized impact of inflation on Greater Philadelphia. In the first three parts of... Read More
CAMPAIGNS & PROJECTS
THE WELL CITY CHALLENGE
The Well City Challenge, presented by Independence Blue Cross, is a social impact challenge to engage and support everyday innovators with new creative ideas for addressing Philadelphia’s millennial health and mental health challenges.
PHILADELPHIA ANCHORS FOR GROWTH & EQUITY (PAGE)
Philadelphia Anchors for Growth and Equity is a partnership between the Economy League, the City of Philadelphia and leading “Eds and Meds” anchor institutions that seeks to increase local purchasing by large institutional buyers to grow businesses, strengthen the local economy, create jobs, and build wealth.
ANALYSIS OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA FIVE-YEAR PLAN
To aid in deliberation around the City of Philadelphia FY2019 budget and FY2019-2023 Five-Year Plan, the Economy League has compiled analysis to situate budget discussions within the broader context of the Philadelphia economy in 2018 and examine key linkages between the Five-Year Plan and what we see as the primary drivers of growth and prosperity—education and jobs.