Iola Harper speaking at podium
Iola Harper the Senior Executive Vice President of The Enterprise Center, Wednesday in City Hall Courtyard for the Women Against Abuse for the 2022 iPledge Campaign, Take the Lead, which is a call to action against social injustice and domestic violence.

Philadelphia’s leading domestic violence service provider and advocate — is teaming up with the city of Philadelphia Office of Domestic Violence Strategies to launch Domestic Violence Awareness Month with its 15th Annual iPledge Campaign. The 2022 iPledge Campaign, Take the Lead, as a call to action...

Women Against Abuse

In the days leading up to Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Philadelphia, Women Against Abuse launched its 15th annual iPledge® campaign.

At the Philadelphia City Hall courtyard on Wednesday, Sept. 28, Philadelphia’s largest domestic violence provider, held an event hosted by Iola Harper...

Sweet Nina's 2022 Philadelphia Award

Sweet Nina's, a Center for Culinary Enterprises client business, wins the 'Dessert Shop' 2022 Philadelphia Award.

Richard Foreman Jr.

Richard Foreman Jr., the second-generation owner of longstanding Dynamite Pest Control, gave The Enterprise Center and our partner Wells Fargo a nod in a recent interview conducted by Billy Penn in response to improvements made to his storefront as a part of the Hope, U.S.A. campaign:


stock with The Enterprise Center logo

PHILADELPHIA- The Enterprise Center has announced it will be holding a Black Holiday Pop-Up Market in West Philadelphia this fall. This pop-up event will take place from November 1, 2022, and run until January 15, 2023. The market will be held in the very heart of the historic Black business...

MBDA Business Center Logo

The Enterprise Center welcomes Rendell as our new leader of the Pennsylvania Minority Business Development Agency Business Center located at our Philadelphia location (4548 Market St.), and serving PA and DE.

We also warmly welcome all eligible minority-owned businesses to take advantage of the expertise and resources that Rendell has to offer.

Black Holiday Pop-Up

The Enterprise Center is looking to partner with Black-owned businesses to vend at our Black Holiday Pop-up at 24 S. 52nd Street.

a black business owner

Back for the third year, the Coalition to Back Black Businesses has awarded more than $6.4 million in grants to Black business owners who were financially harmed by the pandemic.

From left: Poorva & Vijoo Korde

When Poorva and Rajus Korde moved to the Philadelphia area with their new baby, shipments of homemade food followed from Rajus’ parents, Arvind and Vijoo, who were living in Michigan. “My mother and my mother-in-law grew up treating food as a way to nurture, to heal, to comfort,” said Vijoo Korde, a...

Della Clark, President & CEO The Enterprise Center

After 30 years at the Enterprise Center, Della Clark says her work is just getting started.

For most, that’s an unusual sentiment. After decades of work, thoughts of retirement begin to take hold. But for Clark, a champion of Philadelphia-area women and minority business owners for the past three...