The NFL draft was a tourism boon for Philadelphia, exceeding expectations and delivering nearly $95 million in economic impact to the city.
After more than a year of renovations, the historic Liberty Title building returned to North Broad Street as a 179-room Aloft Hotel connected to the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
A lot of people don’t know that Philadelphia has thus far hosted a total of 12 political conventions. Last year’s presidential election also gave Philadelphia the chance to host the Democratic National Convention, so the city certainly has a long history of hosting conventions.
ExL Events is proud to bring the 11th Digital Pharma East conference to the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia on Oct. 3–6, 2017.
Michelle Obama is coming to Philadelphia. The former first lady will be in town Oct. 3 for the 14th Pennsylvania Conference for Women. About 10,000 people are expected to attend one of the region’s largest gatherings for women held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
By 2018, the total hotel inventory in Philadelphia is expected to grow by 20%. The last 12 months have been busy for Philadelphia’s hotel scene, with the city welcoming a host of exciting new hotels, including an anchor to the Pennsylvania Convention Center..
LIGHTFAIR® International (LFI®) set all-new records at the Pennsylvania Convention Center May 7-11 with the largest trade show floor and largest Philadelphia registration highlighting its 2017 performance.
A trailblazer and advocate for change, Ahmeenah Young was a first of her kind who made sure she wouldn’t be the last.
Friends, family and colleagues are remembering an influential and renowned trailblazer who has passed away. Ahmeenah Young, the first woman and first African American president of the Pennsylvania Convention Center died Friday.
Ahmeenah Young, a former president and CEO of the Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority who was well-known in the hospitality industry and, according to U.S. Rep. Dwight Evans, “a true renaissance person and a champion for the city of Philadelphia,” died on Friday, June 2, 2017 after a long battle with cancer. She was 69.