PIDC is committed to helping businesses and nonprofits in every corner of Philadelphia grow, including those that are LGBTQ+-owned and/or operated. In recognition of Pride Month, we compiled a list of resources designed to empower LGBTQ+ business owners and nonprofit leaders. These resources are tailored to help those in need navigate challenges and seize opportunities
This summer, PIDC, in partnership with the Philadelphia City Planning Commission and the Philadelphia Department of Commerce, will initiate work on the cutting-edge 2022 Philadelphia Industrial Market and Land Use Strategy Study and Report which will play a major part in developments in the city for the next decade or more. As an update from
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.
PIDC partner, Independence Business Alliance (IBA), provides opportunities, access, and resources to LGBTQ+ professionals and allies in the Greater Philadelphia area. Founded in 2007 and known as the region’s LGBTQ+ chamber, the mission of the Independence Business Alliance is to promote Greater Philadelphia’s LGBTQ+ business and leadership communities to enhance financial opportunities, foster diversity, develop
Honoring the legacy and great contributions of Black-owned businesses in Philadelphia, this Black History Month and beyond, we’re highlighting a few of our awesome PIDC clients. We’re proud to support local, diverse businesses through funding, workshops, and other services for business growth. Check out their success stories and PIDC testimonials. [av_image src=’https://pidcphilablog.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/marc-coleman-275×275-circle.png’ Experience working with
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
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.
Since 1996 YIKES, Inc. has built creative, proven web design and development solutions for businesses, nonprofit, and healthcare organizations. In 2010, PIDC helped YIKES purchase a larger office space and relocate to E. Girard Avenue in Fishtown. This collaborative, results-driven Philadelphia agency prides themselves on outstanding quality of work, professionalism and unsurpassed customer service. Professionals
image src=’https://pidcphilablog.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Tactile-Marc-Coleman-pidc-60th-1100×462.jpg The Tactile Group is a 14-person team, located in Philadelphia’s Midtown Village. Founded in 2004 by Marc Coleman, it initially focused on graphic design for print media, but has grown into a web development and creative services company specializing in website design, application development, and content management systems. During the past 14 years,