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Philadelphia Pennsylvania Advanced Negotiation Training Course

Updated: 24 Mar 2018

Philadelphia is a city of firsts in the US. It hosted America’s first birthday, started the first daily newspaper, and opened the country’s first hospital, medical school, and library. It’s one of the US’s main economic and educational hubs. Are you in Philadelphia participating in one of our Advanced Negotiating Training Programs? If yes, we recommend sticking around for a few days, so you can experience the city to its fullest. At the end of each of our four training days together, you’ll have lots of time in the evenings to explore the city’s nighttime sights. 

Training Course Options

Our Advanced Negotiation Courses are delivered in Philadelphia Pennsylvania both via in-house and public access training seminars. For venues and hotel recommendations while you’re on our Advanced Negotiation Course, get in touch. Prefer to achieve cost savings by delivering to your senior negotiators in your company’s Philadelphia office? Don’t see your preferred Philadelphia public course calendar dates? Get in contact to discuss your needs or our next Advanced Negotiation Training Course. Please note that our Advanced Negotiation Training Courses require classroom delivery, whereas our other workshops are also available for online delivery.

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Philadelphia Courses Venue

One of our preferred Philadelphia locations for classroom training delivery is the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.
Address: 1201 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA.

Philadelphia’s Attractions

Affectionally referred to as “Philly,” Philadelphia is known for its art, culture, and colonial history. It played a key role in the American Revolution, as it was a meeting place for the founding fathers of the US, who signed the Declaration of Independence there in 1776. Philadelphia contains many monuments and historical sights and is home to 67 National Historic Landmarks.

The city has more outdoor sculptures and murals than any other US city – an impressive 2,000. Visiting the Philadelphia Museum of art is a great way to spend an afternoon, where you can check out works by Van Gogh and Picasso. The stairs outside the museum, referred to as the “Rocky Steps”, are famous from the movie “Rocky”, where Rocky Balboa trains by running up and down the 72 steps. Philadelphia is also a city of great food. To satisfy your appetite, head to the Reading Terminal Market, which is located under the Reading Railroads 1891 train shed. Sample classic Philly dishes or other world-famous cuisines from any of the 100 different vendors.

More Courses in Philadelphia

Other negotiation courses we are happy to deliver in Philadelphia include our Philadelphia Pennsylvania Sales Negotiation Training Workshop and our Philadelphia Pennsylvania Purchasing Negotiation Training Seminar.