European Union representatives visit Philadelphia

In Philadelphia recently, the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and Select Greater Philadelphia hosted 17 representatives from the European Union that have been deemed responsible for commerce and trade activities.


The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and Select Greater Philadelphia recently hosted 17 representatives from the European Union deemed responsible for commerce and trade activities.

The city of Philadelphia was represented at the meeting by Mayor Michael Nutter, Mike Krancer of Blank Rome, Steve Herzog of Philadelphia Energy Solutions, Deputy Mayor Alan Greenberger of the city’s Department of Commerce, David Briel from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Jennifer Armstrong and the GlaxoSmithKline team, Chris Laing of the University City Science Center, Chris Molineaux of PA Bio, Nick Siciliano of Invisible Sentinel, Will Agate from the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corp., Mark Seltzer of Jones Lang LaSalle and Jeanne Nevelos from Select Greater Philadelphia.

Presentations were given by the National Constitution Center, the National Park Service, The Barnes Foundation, the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau, Genevieve Dion and her team at Drexel University’s ExCITe Center and Allen Sabinson of Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Art & Design.

Pepper Hamilton, Reed Smith, Global Philadelphia, Urban Outfitters, the University City Science Center and CulinArt provided hospitality and space for the event.

The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce is a voice of the region’s business community and is dedicated to promoting economic growth, moving forward business-friendly public policies and providing its members with outstanding programs, benefits and services.

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