Economic developers statewide are joining Delaware Prosperity Partnership to celebrate Economic Development Week 2021 from May 9 to 15 by spotlighting some of Delaware’s biggest selling points and economic developers.
Physicians and healthcare providers looking for more choices of lifestyle – from pristine coastal communities, rural, small-town Americana or vibrant city life – are discovering their options in Delaware.
Delaware has launched a pilot grant program designed to spur private sector-led projects that will help the state attract and retain science and tech companies by expanding its inventory of ready-to-go lab space.
Through the Global Delaware Innovation Program in partnership with CSC, Delaware Prosperity Partnership (DPP) is providing hands-on support to international companies looking to incorporate in the First State.
Business-friendly Delaware provides a nurturing environment for young companies in a wide range of sectors, from fintech to biopharmaceuticals. Most startups, however, share a common concern: access to capital and funding.
Delaware acted as a launch pad for Patient Sortal – a revolutionary healthcare data management company – in two important ways. First, founder Kenny Eck discovered the need for the company while working with 1,500 Delawareans with chronic conditions.
Governor John Carney, New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer and the Delaware Division of Small Business on Wednesday announced grant program of at least $100 million to assist Delaware small businesses.
Delaware Prosperity Partnership has completed the first step in developing an intentional strategy to support a more diverse tech talent pipeline across an array of industry sectors for IT jobs at all levels in Delaware.
For many Americans, no backyard barbecue or holiday celebration is complete without a stack of red Solo cups. Now Dart Container, the manufacturer of this popular product, will have a presence in Delaware’s own backyard.
The bipartisan legislation, which Gov. Pete du Pont signed in 1981, attracted some of the world’s largest banks to the state. But in the nearly 40 years since the act’s passing, there has been nothing quite like Ollo.
Headquartered in a New Castle office park near the Delaware Memorial Bridge, one small Delaware business has been making some very big headlines. Halosil International was featured on NBC’s Today Show, NBC 10 Philadelphia and radio programs.
Delaware Biotechnology Institute (DBI) has exceeded expectations. Currently housed in 72,000 square feet at Delaware Technology Park, DBI will manage the new 220,000-square-foot Ammon Pinizzotto Biopharmaceutical Innovation Building.