Recognizing the importance of high speed broadband networks to drive economic competitiveness, improve educational opportunity, and strengthen quality of life for Delawareans, the Department of Technology and Information (DTI) is taking steps to maintain Delaware’s position as the nation’s leading state for high-speed broadband networks.
The Chemours Company announced today that it plans to make the City of Wilmington the permanent home of its global corporate headquarters. The company, which plans to employ 900 people in Delaware, was spun off from DuPont in the summer of 2015. Their offices are currently in the DuPont Building on Rodney Square.
Governor Markell highlights the success of Delaware’s Downtown Development District grant program in driving significant private investment in the state’s urban centers.