Why attend the Dossier Summit?
"Excellent. It was a great chance to meet others in the industry, as well as talk to experts with the software. It was also a fun week that gave us a chance to work and learn."
Pilot Thomas Logistics
2017 Dossier Summit
"Excellent. A wide variety of valuable training and exposure to Dossier customers to network with, improves Dossier use and business potential."
Sumter Transport Company
2017 Dossier Summit
Welcome to Philadelphia
The City of Brotherly Love
Philadelphia, meaning 'brotherly love,' named by William Penn in 1682, is where the American Dream was founded. It's where courageous visionaries crafted the model for modern-day democracy that inspires people globally to embrace the power of their individuality and our human potential.
Philadelphia is home to iconic places such as Independence Hall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that changed the world when the fathers of our nation used the location to debate and adopt both the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution.
Fast forward to modern day and experience the City of Brotherly Love's vibrant neighborhoods, booming restaurant scene, museums and galleries and cool boutiques.
Favorite Links to Philadelphia
Avenue of the Arts (South Broad St.) is Philadelphia's signature street. It's the entertainment center of Philadelphia and the region. The Avenue celebrates the distinct reputation of being one of the most vibrant and successful performing arts, residential, educational, commercial and tourist destinations in the country. Centrally located on the Avenue is the DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia Center City Hotel, host to Dossier Summit 2018.
Independence Visitor Center - Philadelphia's official visitor center located in Independence National Historical Park.
Getting To and From Philadelphia Center City
- By plane, there are over 1,200 daily nonstop flights to Philadelphia International Airport - PHL. The airport is located approximately 8 miles from Philadelphia Center City. It's a 25-minute ride by SEPTA mass transit or a 10-minute ride by TAXI, UBER, or Limosine, etc.
- By train, Amtrak Acela and commuter trains arrive at historic 30th Street Station throughout the day, placing passengers within a short walk of Philadelphia Center City.
- By transit, SEPTA - regional public transportation that operates various forms of public transit services - bus, subway and commuter rail in Philadelphia and its suburbs. Megabus offers low-cost express bus routes throughout the North East Corridor.
- By car, Interstates 95 and 76 and the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Turnpikes provide access from all points of the compass to Philadelphia.
Visit Philadelphia - Where to go? Become familiar with Philly restaurants, neighborhoods and popular attractions.
PHLCVB- Visitor Basics + Transportation - Getting around Philadelphia.