In a letter dated August 23, 2023, Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis joined six of her colleagues in calling on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to oppose the proposed merger between major grocery chains Kroger and Albertsons. Davis believes the merger poses a significant threat to the well-being of Delaware residents and expresses deep concern […]
Last week 235 Delaware students were among about 6,500 middle-level, secondary-level and post-secondary level business students from 25 states, Puerto Rico, China, Haiti, and Peru who participated in the 2023 Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference held in Anaheim, California.
Business students from across Delaware won state awards at last month’s Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference.
About 360 high school business students from 20 high schools in the state participated in the conference at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington, competing in 52 events in the categories of management; marketing and communications; digital communications and design; management information systems; business administration; and finance. Students also campaigned for the state officer leadership team.
Wilmington, Del.— The World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia and Export Delaware announce, “Selling to the World, Growing a Vibrant, Inclusive, and Connected Economy for Greater Philadelphia” a program to expand small business exports that feature a new Global Supplier Diversity Initiative to support minority- and women-owned businesses. For the first time, minority- and women-owned […]
Delaware Division of Small Business and Delaware Black Chamber of Commerce Announce Partnership Dover, DE (Nov. 18, 2020) – More small businesses will have help in applying for DE Relief Grants through a new relationship between the Delaware Division of Small Business (DSB) and the Delaware Black Chamber of Commerce (DEBCC). The two organizations have […]