Pennsylvania

Quick Facts

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett

 

  • Capital: Harrisburg
  • Population (2012 Est.): 12,763,536
  • Largest Cities (2012): Philadelphia, 1,547,607; Pittsburgh, 306,211; Allentown, 118,974; Erie, 101,047
  • Targeted Industries: Agribusiness, Petrochemicals & Plastics, Energy, Technology, Life Sciences, Advanced Manufacturing/Materials
  • GDP (All Industry 2012): $600.8 billion*

*Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce

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Incentives

Pennsylvania offers several forms of financial and business assistance including loans, training, tax credits and technical assistance through a variety of incentives programs. Visit www.newPA.com/business for more program details.

Digital & Robotic Technology: The Technology Collaborative (TTC) was formed in 2005 through the merger of the Pittsburgh Digital Greenhouse and the Robotics Foundry. TCC is a statewide economic development organization whose mission is to help increase PA’s technology-based economy through the development of collaborative industry clusters that leverage the region’s world-class assets in advanced electronics, cyber security and robotics. It helps to create an ideal environment for business expansion through leverage of the region’s high-tech base, along with resources and support from local universities, private foundations, regional development organizations, federal, state and local government, and industry. As a member-driven initiative, TTC delivers high-value-add programs and services that start-up and expansion businesses need such as collaborative research, education and training, extensive business support, networking opportunities and employee recruitment services.

FINANCING

Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority (BFTDA):

  • BFTDA Venture Investment Program: Investment in venture capital partnerships investing in early-stage PA technology companies. Venture capital partnerships and angel investment groups are eligible. Funding is variable.
  • BFTDA Technology Development Grant: Grants to help groups or consortia of Pennsylvania companies position themselves at the cutting edge of emerging technologies and establish a competitive advantage through the use of advanced e-business systems. Not-for-profit organizations and Community groups are eligible. Funding is variable.
  • BFTDA Alternative Energy Development Program (AEDP): Provides funds to businesses through the four Ben Franklin Technology Partners for access to capital, business expertise, technology commercialization services to advance the development of new technologies and for the generation, conservation and transportation of alternative and clean energy. The BFTDA Centers receive funding to award to entrepreneurs, start-up & early-stage companies, established companies, investors, higher education & research and BFTP alumni companies.

Discovered In PA-Developed In PA: Grant program established by the Corbett Administration to build capacity to better support Pennsylvania businesses and to spur creativity and innovation in the provision of economic development services. Eligible applicants are private and public sector entities whose mission includes economic development. Competitive projects include ongoing or innovative new activities, programs or events to promote entrepreneurship, encourage technology transfer, improve capacity building for regional economic development or provide outreach to businesses.

PA First Program: Funding was increased in FY 2013-14 to $37.8 million. Created by the Corbett Administration, PA First is a grant and loan funding tool to facilitate increased investment and job creation within the commonwealth. Eligible applicants include businesses, or IDCs, municipalities or authorities on behalf of businesses, which create or preserve a significant number of jobs, make a large investment and offer substantial economic impact. Funds can be used for machinery/equipment; job training; infrastructure; land and building improvements; environmental assessment/remediation; acquisition of land, buildings and right-of-ways; working capital; and site preparation.

Business In Our Sites Grants & Loans: A $300 million statewide loan pool, created by the issuance of bonds. This money will be made available to communities statewide to help them develop shovel-ready sites to accommodate expanding businesses, thus building the local and regional economy and ultimately creating jobs. Emphasis will be given to communities that lack the resources necessary to invest in site preparation. Funds may be used to acquire land, conduct environmental assessment and remediation and perform demolition. The funds may also be used for site preparation activities and installation of infrastructure, including but not limited to, sewer, water, storm water, utilities and telecommunications, both on site and as needed to bring service to the site. They may also be used for access roads or other necessary on-site and off-site transportation improvements. These include rail, costs associated with engineering, legal and professional services; and other activities necessary to make a specific site ready for reuse.

Building PA: Provides $150 million in funding for the development of real estate assets within the commonwealth to be matched by private investors looking to facilitate projects within the commonwealth. This public/private partnership has resulted in a $300 million fund that will provide mezzanine capital for developers seeking to redevelop and revitalize real estate assets.

Small Business First: Funding for small businesses, including low-interest loan financing for land and building acquisition and construction, machinery and equipment purchases and working capital. Loans are up to $200,000 or 50% of total eligible project costs, whichever is less; maximum loan amount for working capital is $100,000 or 50% of total eligible project costs, whichever is less.

Alternative & Clean Energy Program: Administered jointly by the Dept. of Community and Economic Development (DCED) and the Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP), under the direction of the Commonwealth Financing Authority, it provides financial assistance in the form of grant and loan funds that will be used by eligible applicants for the utilization, development and construction of alternative and clean energy projects in the Commonwealth.

  • Loans for manufacturers of alternative and/or clean energy generation equipment or components shall not exceed $40,000 for every new job created within three years after approval of the loan. Loans for any alternative energy production or clean energy project shall not exceed $5 million or 50% of the total project cost, whichever is less.
  • Grants for manufacturers of alternative and/or clean energy generation equipment or components shall not exceed $10,000 for every job projected to be created by the business within three years after approval of the grant. Grants for any alternative energy production or clean energy project shall not exceed $2 million or 30% of the total project cost, whichever is less.

Business Opportunities Fund (BOF): Installment loans, lines of credit and technical assistance for minority business enterprises, women-owned business enterprises and small businesses. There are no minimum or maximum loan sizes and funds may be used for cash flow (working capital), equipment, leasehold improvements and acquisition of owner-occupied real estate.

Community Economic Development Loan Program: Low-interest loans for projects in distressed communities. Loans are available up to $100,000 or 50% of total eligible project cost (whichever is less), and can be used for land and building acquisition; building, construction and renovation; machinery and equipment acquisition and installation; and working capital. For-profit small businesses (100 employees or less) that are located in a DCED designated distressed community or Keystone Opportunity Zone is eligible.

Export Financing Program: Funding for small business for export activities. Maximum loan amount is $350,000. For-profit businesses with no more than 250 full-time employees exporting products manufactured or assembled at facilities located in PA or for services that originate from facilities located in PA are eligible.

First Industries Fund: Administered by the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) and the Dept. of Community and Economic Development, it is a loan and loan guarantee program aimed at strengthening PA’s agriculture and tourism industries. Uses include: land and building acquisition and construction, machinery and equipment purchase and upgrades and working capital.

Market Access Grant (MAG): Designed to enhance the capability of small and mid-sized PA companies to increase export sales, it is a valuable tool available to qualifying companies seeking financial assistance and foreign market entry support. The 1:1 matching grant has a maximum annual award of $3,000 per company. Valid uses include overseas trade show participation, overseas trade mission participation, foreign market sales trip, and subscription to US DOC services.

High Performance Building Program: Provides financial assistance in the form of grants and loan funds to underwrite the cost premiums associated with the design and construction or major renovation of high performance buildings in the Commonwealth. Loans for high performance building projects for small businesses shall not exceed $2 million or 50% of total project cost, whichever is less. Grants for high performance building projects shall not exceed $500,000 or 10% of the total eligible building construction/renovation costs (whichever is less).

Innovation Grant (IG): Provides funding to encourage the technology transfer and commercialization of intellectual property between Pennsylvania’s technology-oriented businesses and entrepreneurs and academic medical institutions, non-profit research institutions and Pennsylvania Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) with preference given to Keystone Innovation Zone-participating IHEs. It is a companion program to the Keystone Innovation Zone (KIZ) program. Each Grant request may not exceed $100,000 and must be matched dollar-for-dollar by resources other than the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Grants to IHEs, academic medical centers and non-profit research institutions are to facilitate technology transfer, including patent filings, technology licensing, intellectual property and royalty agreements and other designated resource needs.

Marketing to Attract Tourists: Provides funding to support and develop heritage assets, enhance outdoor recreation and support the growth or development of various events. A primary goal of the program is to promote overnight stays. Applicants should, as part of the project narrative, explain how their project will meet this goal. Non-profit organizations with a significant interest in the development of tourism product that provides a visitor experience to a tourist region, destination and/or attractions are eligible to apply. Funds may be used to support events, facility enhancements, new construction and/or renovations or for the development of marketing, advertising and public relations campaigns to build attendance.

Pennsylvania Capital Access Program (PennCAP): PennCAP is a loan guarantee program that provides banks with a flexible and non-bureaucratic tool to make business loans that are somewhat riskier than conventional bank loans, in a manner consistent with safe and sound bank regulations. PennCAP’s loan guarantee program operates on a portfolio basis rather than a guarantee on loans made. The maximum guarantee is $500,000.

Pennsylvania Community Development Bank (PCD Bank): The PCD Bank’s purpose is to assist and expand Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs). CDFIs make loans and investments and perform other community development functions in distressed communities and for disadvantaged borrowers. CDFIs have demonstrated an ability to lend prudently and productively in unconventional markets often overlooked by conventional financial institutions. PCD Bank offers a Loan Program to assist and grow CDFIs.

Second Stage Loan Guarantee Program (Second Stage): The Second Stage Loan Guaranty Program is a loan guaranty program that offers guarantees for bank loans to second stage manufacturers, advanced technology, and life sciences businesses to support growth in these vital sectors. The loan guarantees are primarily for working capital, but are also available to finance the asset needs of life sciences, advanced technology, or manufacturing businesses that have been in existence for at least two, but no more than seven, years at the time of application. The maximum guarantee is $1,000,000.

TAX INCENTIVES

Innovate In PA: Designed specifically to address the seed capital needs of start-up companies and small businesses that are growing and expanding and will facilitate job growth, new patents and products, and increased tax revenues for the commonwealth. The program will utilize $100 million in deferred tax credits to insurance companies in the state. Funds raised over multiple years will be directed to the Ben Franklin Technology Development Partners, three Life Sciences Greenhouses and Venture Capital investment program, the Commonwealth’s most powerful instrument for supporting entrepreneurial and early-stage business growth. A working group is currently working on the guidelines for this new and innovative program.

Job Creation Tax Credits (JCTC): A $1,000-per-job tax credit to approved businesses that agree to create at least 25 new jobs (or expand the existing workforce by at least 20%) within three years; 25% of the tax credits allocated each year must go to businesses with less than 100 employees. Tax credits may not be utilized by a business until the jobs are actually created. The Corbett Administration increased the tax credit amount from $1,000 to $2,500 per job for employers who create a new job that is filled by an unemployed individual.

Keystone Opportunity Zones (KOZ): Provide certain state and local tax abatements to businesses and residents locating in designated zones. Eligibility for benefits is based upon annual certification. In order to receive benefits, any entity applying must be compliant with all local and state taxes and building and zoning codes. The Corbett Administration amended the KOZ program to create new zones, expand existing zones and continue promoting job creation through targeted tax reductions, credits, and exemptions.

PA Resource Manufacturing Tax Credit (PRM): Beginning in 2017, any manufacturer purchasing natural gas containing ethane as a petrochemical feedstock at a facility within the commonwealth could be eligible for a PRM Tax Credit equal to five cents per gallon ($2.10 per barrel) of ethane purchased and used in manufacturing ethylene, so long as the company makes a capital investment of at least $1 billion and creates the equivalent of at least 2,500 full-time jobs while constructing the facility.  Effective for ethane purchased between Jan. 1, 2017 and Dec. 31, 2042.

Research and Development Tax Credit: Allows companies holding qualifying Research and Development Tax Credits to apply for approval to sell those tax credits and assign them to the buyer(s). The Corbett Administration increased the annual cap to $55 million of tax credits available annually and removed the 2015 sunset provision of the program.

Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC): Tax credits to eligible businesses contributing to a Scholarship Organization, an Educational Improvement Organization and/or a Pre-Kindergarten Scholarship Organization. Tax credits equal to 75% of its contribution up to a maximum of $750,000 per taxable year—can be increased to 90% of the contribution, if business agrees to provide same amount for two consecutive tax years. The annual cap has been increased to $100 million in tax credits available annually.

Keystone Innovation Zone Tax Credit Program: Provides tax credits to for-profit companies less than eight years old operating within specific targeted industries within the boundaries of a Keystone Innovation Zone (KIZ) Program. Tax credits must be applied against the tax liability of a KIZ company for the tax year in which the KIZ Tax Credit was issued. A KIZ company may claim a tax credit equal to 50% of the increase in that KIZ Company’s gross revenues in the immediately preceding taxable year attributable to activities in the KIZ, over the KIZ Company’s gross revenues in the second preceding taxable year attributable to its activities in the KIZ. The KIZ Tax Credit is limited to $100,000 annually per KIZ company. Applications must be submitted on or before September 15 of each year.

Pennsylvania Economic Development Financing (PEDFA): 

  • PEDFA Tax Exempt Bond Program: Tax-exempt and taxable bonds, both in pooled transactions and stand-alone transactions, to be used to finance land, building, equipment, working capital and refinancing. Loans are no less than $400,000 and no more than $10 million for manufacturers (with no upper limit for other projects)—up to 100% of project costs. Eligible businesses include manufacturing, nonprofit 501(c) (3), energy, solid waste disposal, wastewater treatment, transportation facilities and assisted living/housing.
  • PEDFA Taxable Bond Program: Tax-exempt and taxable bonds, both in pooled transactions and stand-alone transactions, to be used to finance land, building, equipment, working capital and refinancing. Loans no less than $400,000; up to 100% of project costs

Film Tax Credit Program: $60 million in tax credits is available in an effort to expand the activity of film, television and other production companies in the state. A project is eligible if at least 60% of the project’s total production budget is used for Qualified Pennsylvania production expenses. The amount of tax credits available is equal to 25% of Qualified Pennsylvania production expenses for the project.

Neighborhood Assistance/Enterprise Zone Tax Credit (NAP/EZP): Provides tax credits to private companies investing in rehabilitating, expanding or improving buildings or land located within designated enterprise zones. Uses include real property improvements such as rehab, expansion or physical improvements to buildings or land resulting in jobs created or retained. Tax credits equal 25% of amount invested, up to $500,000 total tax credits per project.

Tax Increment Financing Guarantee Program (TIF): The TIF was designed to promote and stimulate the general economic welfare of various commonwealth regions and communities, and to assist in the development, redevelopment and revitalization of Brownfield and Greenfield sites in accordance with the TIF Act. The program is part of an effort by DCED to provide credit enhancement for TIF projects to improve market access and lower capital costs through the use of guarantees of up to $5,000,000 to issuers of bonds or other indebtedness.

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

Job Gateway: launched in July 2012 to keep up with the increasingly mobile and technologically advanced society. This initiative revolutionizes the way job seekers find family-sustaining employment and employers find the skilled candidates that they need—all at no cost to the job seeker or employer.

Keystone Works: A $1 million job training program focused on matching newly unemployed individuals to high priority occupations.  Unemployment Compensation benefits continue to be paid during training period. Monetary incentive to businesses hiring trainees of $375 every four weeks employed up to $1,500 total (16 weeks). Employers can filter their candidate referrals by education, job type, location, occupation and salary.

Guaranteed Free Training Program (GFT-WEDnetPA): Basic skills (up to $450 per trainee and $75,000 per company) and IT training (up to $850 per trainee and $50,000 per company) for eligible employees of new and expanding businesses. Trainees must be PA residents, employed in PA, permanent full time employees and earn at least 150% of current federal minimum wage. Basic Skills: must be front-line employee or first level supervisor. Information Technology: must be technical worker, IT professional or front-line employee/first level supervisor of a manufacturing company who is limited to receiving advanced applied manufacturing training only. See at www.wednetpa.com.

Philadelphia Regional Port Authority

Nicholas Walsh
Director of Strategic Planning
3460 N. Delaware Avenue, 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19134
215-426-2600
fax: 215-426-6800
[email protected]
www.philaport.com

An economic development agency of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that oversees Philadelphia port operations and manages many ongoing economic development initiatives in our region, including a Foreign Trade Zone program.

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State Listings

  • Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development

    Richard Hudic
    Executive Deputy Secretary
    Commonwealth Keystone Building, 400 North Street, 4th Floor
    Harrisburg, PA 17120-0225
    P: 717-705-6759
    [email protected]
    www.newpa.com
  • Team Pennsylvania Foundation

    Katie Thiemann
    Development Manager
    100 Pine Street, 9th Floor
    Harrisburg, PA 17101
    P: 717-233-1375
    [email protected]
    www.teampa.com/

 

Utility Listings

  • First Energy

    JP H. Tambourine
    Manager, Economic Development (Pennsylvania)
    2800 East College Avenue
    State College, PA 16801
    P: 814-231-5333
    [email protected]
    www.firstprospector.com
  • PECO, An Exelon Company

    Phil Eastman
    Director of Economic Development
    2301 Market Street, P.O. Box 8699
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    P: 215-841-5640
    [email protected]
    www.peco.com/economic
  • PPL Corporation

    Don Bernhard
    Director, Community Affairs
    2 North 9th Street, GENTW 19
    Allentown, PA 18101
    P: 610-774-5458
    [email protected]
    www.pplweb.com

 

Regional Listings

  • Allegheny Conference on Community Development

    Dennis Yablonsky
    CEO
    11 Stanwix Street, 17th Floor
    Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    P: 412-281-4783, ext. 3125
    [email protected]
    www.alleghenyconference.org
  • Central PA Chamber of Commerce

    Jeff Shaffer
    Business & Education Coordinator
    30 Lawton Lane
    Milton, PA 17847
    P: 570-742-7341
    [email protected]
    www.centralpachamber.com
  • Focus Central Pennsylvania

    Meg Smith
    Executive Director
    2859 North Susquehanna Trail, P.O. Box 10
    Shamokin Dam, PA 17876
    P: 570-220-1122
    [email protected]
    www.focuscentralpa.org
  • Greenville-Reynolds Development Corporation

    Bradley R. Gosser
    Executive Director
    301 Arlington Drive
    Greenville, PA 16125
    P: 724-646-1144
    [email protected]
    www.greenvillereynolds.com
  • Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation

    Jared Witt
    Director, Business Development
    2158 Avenue C, Suite 200
    Bethlehem, PA 18017
    P: 610-266-0523
    [email protected]
    www.lehighvalley.org
  • Northern Tier Regional Planning & Development Commission

    Rachel Hauser
    Economic Development Program Manager
    312 Main Street
    Towanda, PA 18848
    P: 570-265-1529
    [email protected]
    www.northerntier.org
  • Northwest Commission

    Jill Foys
    Executive Director
    395 Seneca Street
    Oil City, PA 16301
    P: 814-677-4800, ext. 116
    [email protected]
    www.northwestpa.org
  • Penn’s Northeast, Inc.

    Bob Burke
    President
    Economic Development Specialist
    Pittston, PA 18640
    P: 570-883-0504
    [email protected]
    www.pennsnortheast.com
  • Philadelphia Regional Port Authority

    Nicholas Walsh
    Director of Strategic Planning
    3460 N. Delaware Avenue, 2nd Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19134
    P: 215-426-2600
    [email protected]
    www.philaport.com
  • Pittsburgh Regional Alliance

    Eric Bitar
    Senior Director, Business Investment
    11 Stanwix Street, 17th Floor
    Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    P: 412-392-4555, ext. 4510
    [email protected]
    www.pittsburghregion.org
  • Select Greater Philadelphia

    Alice Solomon
    Assistant Vice President, Business Development
    200 S. Broad Street, Suite 700
    Philadelphia, PA 19102-3789
    P: 215-790-3889
    [email protected]
    www.selectgreaterphila.com
  • Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission

    Lew Villotti
    Planning & Development Director
    52 West Main St
    Uniontown, PA 15401
    P: 412-391-5590, ext. 302
    [email protected]
    www.spcregion.org

 

County Listings

  • Beaver County Corporation for Economic Development (CED)

    Jim Palmer
    President
    250 Insurance Street, Suite 300
    Beaver, PA 15009
    P: 724-728-8610
    [email protected]
    www.beavercountyced.org
  • Bucks County. Econ. Dev. Corp.

    Robert F. Cormack
    Executive Director
    2 East Court Street
    Doylestown, PA 18901-4300
    P: 215-348-9031
    [email protected]
    www.bcedc.com
  • Chester County Economic Development Council

    Mike Grigalonis
    Chief Operating Officer
    Eagleview Corporate Center, 737 Constitution Drive
    Exton, PA 19341
    P: 610-321-8214
    [email protected]
    www.cceconomicdevelopment.com
  • Clearfield County Economic Development Corporation

    Rob Swales
    CEO
    511 Spruce Street, Suite 5
    Clearfield, PA 16830
    P: 814-768-7838
    [email protected]
    www.clearlyahead.com
  • Economic Development Corporation of Erie County

    Robert E. Grice
    Director of Development
    5240 Knowledge Parkway
    Erie, PA 16510-4658
    P: 814-899-6022
    [email protected]
    www.edcec.org
  • Erie County Redevelopment Authority

    Richard M. Novotny
    Executive Director
    1524 Enterprise Road
    Corry, PA 16407
    P: 814-664-3884
    [email protected]
    www.eriecountyrda.org
  • Greater Reading Economic Partnership (GREP)

    Jon C. Scott
    President & CEO
    201 Penn Street, Suite 502
    Reading, PA 19601
    P: 610-376-4237
    [email protected]
    www.greaterreading.com
  • Lehigh County Department of Community & Economic Development (DCED)

    Frank Kane
    Director
    Lehigh County Government Center, 17 South Seventh Street
    Allentown, PA 18101
    P: 610-782-3304
    [email protected]
    www.lehighcounty.org
  • Northampton County Department of Community & Economic Development

    Richard Janus
    Economic Development Administrator
    Northampton County Government Center, 669 Washington Street
    Easton, PA 18042
    P: 610-559-3200
    [email protected]
    www.northamptoncounty.org
  • Penn-Northwest Development Corporation

    Randy P. Seitz
    President & CEO
    24 Avalon Court, Suite 100
    Mercer, PA 16137-5023
    P: 724-662-3705
    [email protected]
    www.penn-northwest.com
  • Pocono Mountains Economic Development Corporation

    Charles A. Leonard
    Executive Director
    300 Community Drive, Suite D
    Tobyhanna, PA 18466
    P: 570-839-1992
    [email protected]
    www.pmedc.com
  • Schuylkill Economic Development Corporation (SEDCO)

    Brian Hansbury
    Vice President
    Union Station, One Progress Circle, Suite 200
    Pottsville, PA 17901-3070
    P: 570-622-1943
    [email protected]
    www.sed-co.com
  • Somerset County Economic Development Council (SCEDC)

    Gary DuFour
    Executive Director
    125 North Center Avenue, P.O. Box 48
    Somerset, PA 15501
    P: 814-445-9655, ext. 103
    [email protected]
    www.scedc.net
  • Washington County Chamber of Commerce

    Jeff M. Kotula
    President
    20 East Beau Street
    Washington, PA 15301
    P: 724-225-3010
    [email protected]
    www.washcochamber.com
  • Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation

    Jason W. Rigone
    Executive Director
    2 North Main Street, Suite 101
    Greensburg, PA 15601
    P: 724-830-3061
    [email protected]
    www.co.westmoreland.pa.us
  • York County Economic Alliance

    Darrell Wayne Auterson, CEcD, EDFP
    President & CEO
    96 South George Street, Suite 300
    York, PA 17401
    P: 717-771-4573
    [email protected]
    www.ycea-pa.org

 

City Listings

  • Allentown Economic Development Corporation

    Scott Unger
    Executive Director
    905 Harrison Street
    Allentown, PA 18105
    P: 610-435-8890
    [email protected]
    www.allentownedc.com
  • City of Bethlehem Office of Economic Development

    Joe Kelly
    Director of Community & Economic Development
    10 East Church Street
    Bethlehem, PA 18018
    P: 610-865-7085
    [email protected]
    www.bethlehem-pa.gov/econ_dev/
  • City of Philadelphia Dept. of Commerce

    Karen Randal
    Manager of Commercial Development and Attraction
    1515 Arch Street, 12th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19102
    P: 215-683-2106
    [email protected]
    www.phila.gov
  • City of Scranton Office of Economic & Community Development

    Linda Aebli
    Executive Director
    538 Spruce Street, Suite 812
    Scranton, PA 18503-1862
    P: 570-348-4216
    [email protected]
    www.scrantonpa.gov
  • Easton Area Industrial Land Development Company (EAILD)

    Phil Mitman
    Executive Director
    One South 3rd Street, 8th Floor
    Easton, PA 18042
    P: 610-258-5647
    [email protected]
    www.eaild.com
  • Erie Department of Economic & Community Development

    Brenda Sandberg
    Director
    626 State Street
    Erie, PA 16501
    P: 814-870-1270
    [email protected]
    www.erie.pa.us
  • Erie Regional Chamber & Growth Partnership

    Barbara Chaffee
    President & CEO
    208 East Bayfront Parkway, Suite 100
    Erie, PA 16507
    P: 814-454-7191
    [email protected]
    www.eriepa.com
  • Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce & Industry

    Ellen Horan
    President & CEO
    201 Penn Street, Suite 501
    Reading, PA 19601
    P: 610-376-6766
    [email protected]
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  • Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce

    Molly Lorenzen
    Economic Development Specialist
    222 Mulberry Street, P.O. Box 431
    Scranton, PA 18501
    P: 570-342-7711, ext. 135
    [email protected]
    www.scrantonchamber.com
  • Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber

    Donna O'Toole Sedor
    Executive Vice President
    2 Public Square
    Wilkes Barre, PA 18701
    P: 570-823-2101, ext. 125
    [email protected]
    www.wilkesbarre.org
  • Lebanon Valley Economic Development Corporation

    Susan M. Eberly
    President
    16 Lebanon Valley Parkway
    Lebanon, PA 17042
    P: 717-274-3180
    [email protected]
    www.lvedc.org
  • Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh

    Robert Rubinstein
    Director, Economic Development
    Business Development Center, 200 Ross Street, 11th Floor
    Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2010
    P: 412-255-6663
    [email protected]
    www.ura.org
  • Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce

    Jason Fink
    Executive Vice President
    100 West 3rd Street
    Williamsport, PA 17701
    P: 570-320-4213
    [email protected]
    www.williamsport.org