PIDC joined our partners, including the City of Philadelphia, in hosting several events to celebrate Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week and provide local businesses and entrepreneurs resources to help them start, grow, and expand. Unlocking the Path: A More Equitable Philadelphia The Philadelphia Navy Yard, managed by PIDC, was proud to host Councilmember Katherine Gilmore
PIDC is proud to support diverse businesses in Philadelphia. This AAPI Month and beyond, we’re celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander-owned businesses by highlighting a few of our PIDC clients, including restaurants, retail stores, dental services, and more. Please join us in showing your support and shop local. Nom Noms Chabaa Thai Bistro Intimate Thai
PIDC is proud to support diverse businesses in Philadelphia. To celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, we are highlighting a few Asian American and Pacific Islander businesses and experiences working with PIDC. We encourage you to support these clients, and other businesses throughout Philadelphia, today and beyond.
The motto of PIDC partner, Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia (AACCGP) is “making connections that matter.” AACCGP is dedicated to doing just that through its mission of promoting and fostering relationships between Asian American and non-Asian communities; providing technical assistance and educational services for the start-up and growth of Asian American businesses;
Whether your company is going back to work in the office, starting a hybrid working environment, or still operating remotely, we have a few PIDC clients that can help your company make a more seamless transition. Image courtesy of Team Clean, Floss Barber & Yikes Sanitize Team Clean Team Clean is a Black-owned/woman-owned commercial, janitorial
The mass shooting that took place in Atlanta in March as well as the many incidences of violence and harassment of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) over the course of the pandemic brought to harsh light the increasing hate, violence, and discrimination that has been taking place across the country, and in our own
PIDC is proud to support diverse businesses in Philadelphia. As we prepare to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, we are highlighting a few of our client businesses that are Asian American and Pacific Islander owned. We encourage you to support these clients, and other businesses throughout Philadelphia, today and beyond.
[av_image src=’https://pidcphilablog.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/high-street-hospitality-group-header.jpg’ High Street Hospitality Group is responsible for some of Philadelphia’s award-winning restaurants such as Fork Restaurant, a.kitchen + bar, High Street Philly, High Street on Hudson, and High Street Provisions. As a notable leader in the Philadelphia restaurant scene for more than two decades, the founder and co-owner of High Street Hospitality Group,