Located in east-central Chester County with its highly trained and educated workforce, desirable quality of life, competitive tax structure and close proximity to Philadelphia, PA, East Whiteland Township has a diverse and dynamic economy, boasting over 900 payroll establishments.

Small businesses in the East Whiteland and Frazer area encourage to join the East Whiteland Business Partnership.  The organization was created to unite small businesses to work together, use and support each other, and have a voice in the community.

Diverse Economy

The township hosts:
  • Business and financial services
  • Corporate and regional headquarters operations
  • Retail firms
  • Trade and professional associations
  • Wholesale distributors

Business Base

The township's business base consists of:
  • Design and manufacturing businesses
  • E-commerce companies
  • Pharmaceutical research firms
  • Software development and application firms
  • Telecommunication firms

Business Development & Training Center (BDTC)

The BDTC, a non-profit organization created in 1983, provides a unique partnership between business, economic development organizations and post secondary educational institutions. Its primary purpose is to provide help for small and emerging growth businesses in accessing the training, consulting, personnel and other resources they need to survive and thrive.