Pittcon hasn't been in Philadelphia since it first came in 2013. It's coming back this year and at least two more years beyond 2020, and its return is thanks to major changes the city's undergone.
The much-awaited Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Technology Center is looking to fill over 500 jobs as it prepares for its summer opening.
The 219-room hotel will hold a two-day job fair on March 25 and 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Room 115 A-B at the Pennsylvania Convention Center to fulfill officials' 2018 goal of adding over 500 jobs during a "big mass hire."
There is no better place to end the winter doldrums than the annual Philadelphia Flower Show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. This year's theme is "Flower Power."
Each year, the Philadelphia Auto Show hosts a Black Tie Tailgate gala to support Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Two life sciences conventions are making their way back to Philadelphia after years-long hiatuses.
In one month, thousands of professionals in the life sciences industry, academia and government agencies will make their way to Philadelphia for the Pittcon convention, which hasn't been held in the city since 2013.
In 2019, the President of the Pennsylvania Convention Center sees a greater use of data to shape customer experiences. John J. McNichol anticipates offering a highly personalized attendee experience, he told Mid-Atlantic Events magazine.
From the production to the lineup and everything in between, I couldn’t have been happier with how HiJinx 2018 turned out at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, a reviewer wrote.
On December 28-29 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, gear up for 2019 at HiJinx! Featuring appearances from Big Gigantic, Ganja White Night, and many more.
Suddenly, Philadelphia has become a model city, with a Super Bowl-winning NFL team and a new radical political class. Oh, and Meek Mill is finally free. We asked some of our favorite locals why they're celebrating 2018.