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How will a city rich in history redefine what’s next?

Philadelphia is a big city with an even bigger heart ― a community of neighborhoods and businesses that look out for each other in a uniquely Philly way. Ernst & Young LLP shares in this camaraderie and is committed to creating a better working world in Philadelphia. Together, we strive to balance the city’s rich history with an innovative spirit that is moving local businesses and the community forward.

We contribute to Philadelphia by supporting entrepreneurs, accelerating transformation and engaging in the community.

How do you go from impossible to unstoppable?

Cultivating innovation through entrepreneurship

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Perryman Construction: Building us up one project, one person at a time

Angelo Perryman is a builder in many ways. His third-generation family business, Perryman Building and Construction Services Inc., has completed over 1,000 projects at landmark facilities across Greater Philadelphia.¹ He’s provided a pathway for his employees to build successful careers and strong families in the region. He has also built a reputation as someone who positively impacts the local community with his optimistic attitude about both life and business.

Perryman is not a native Philadelphian, but he’s made the city and surrounding neighborhoods his home through both entrepreneurship and his love of people. 

Discover the ways EY facilitates entrepreneurship, connectivity and innovation in Greater Philadelphia

Entrepreneur Of The Year recognizes the most ambitious leaders who are building and sustaining successful, dynamic businesses around the world. Entrepreneur Of The Year Award winners comprise a global network of like-minded visionaries, each on a transformational journey to create, innovate, grow, learn and build a better world.


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Fueling the future through entrepreneurship, EAN helps Black- and Latino-owned companies address the disparity gap for greater growth. Review the EAN annual report showcasing the impacts and successes of the inaugural EAN cohort.


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The EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ program identifies ambitious women entrepreneurs and provides them with the advice, resources and access they need to unlock their full potential.


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EY WEOY 2021

The Strategic Growth Forum® US is the country’s most prestigious gathering of CEOs, high-growth entrepreneurs, C-suite executives representing global market leaders, and professional investment fund managers. The next Strategic Growth Forum will take place on November 10-13, 2022.


Learn more about the Strategic Growth Forum


How do you transform at speed to build value that lasts?

Turning bold visions into reality

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DuPont: Raising the bar on transformative dealmaking

With the future of his business, and that of his primary competitor, at stake, DuPont CEO Ed Breen led the charge on an unprecedented series of transactions. This was a deal that shook the M&A market and had business leaders talking across the nation ― shining a spotlight on the region that DuPont calls home.

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    Philadelphia is home to the first EY Neuro-Diverse Center of Excellence

    Our neurodiversity-powered transformation platform creates a competitive advantage by tapping into new sources of talent to accelerate emerging technologies and tackle complex problems.

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    What could we achieve together that no one could achieve alone?

    Joining forces to effect positive change

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    Temple University: Creating real-world experiences for students

    Temple University’s Fox School of Business is teaming up with Ernst & Young LLP to bring business scenarios into the classroom and support students in developing cutting-edge solutions to complex problems.

    The program is centered around hands-on projects that align with the academic pursuits of business and technology students, allowing them to apply their theoretical knowledge in practical settings from ideation to execution. It leverages EY business and technology consulting capabilities, with particular focus on EY customer experience solutions. 

    Bridging the Digital Divide

    EY Philadelphia team members talk about collaborative programs that help achieve digital equity in our community.

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    Meet EY people building a better working world in Greater Philadelphia and beyond

    Office Managing Partner Dave Burkavage on leading more than 1,600 EY professionals and working with diverse clients to move Philadelphia forward.


    Read about Philly’s Dave Burkavage

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