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Book Club for Small Business Owners & Entrepreneurs

The Delaware Libraries Inspiration Space announces a new initiative to enable small business owners to expand their knowledge with the latest ideas from the business world’s thought leaders. A Book Club for Entrepreneurs will launch at the Lewes Public Library on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at noon. Small business owners will have the opportunity to […]




Partnership Creates Major Business Incubator & Research Institute at Experimental Station

State of Delaware, DuPont and University of Delaware partner to form Delaware Innovation Space, Inc.   WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Monday announced the creation of the Delaware Innovation Space, Inc. – a nonprofit public-private partnership established by the State of Delaware, DuPont, and the University of Delaware that will catalyze the entrepreneurial […]




Legislation Introduced to Support Investment in Delaware Entrepreneurs

Building on efforts like regulatory reform and broadband improvements that have made Delaware a more welcoming place to start and expand a business, Governor Markell joined members of the General Assembly today to announce legislation that will give startups and small businesses better opportunities to access capital.




Governor’s Weekly Message: Helping Delaware Entrepreneurs Compete In The Global Marketplace While Strengthening Our Local Economy

Governor Markell discusses Delaware’s efforts to support entrepreneurs and grow Delaware’s economy by helping them enter new global markets.




Governor’s Statement on Unanimous Passage of 3 Regulatory Reform Bills Related to State of the State Proposals

Responding to proposals Governor Markell made in his State of the State address, the House of Representatives unanimously passed House Bill 147 to establish regular reviews of state regulations, while the Delaware Senate unanimously passed Senate Bill 113 and Senate Bill 120 to require that state agencies announce any additional burden that a new regulation would place on small businesses.







 Pages Tagged With: "entrepreneurs"

Book Club for Small Business Owners & Entrepreneurs

The Delaware Libraries Inspiration Space announces a new initiative to enable small business owners to expand their knowledge with the latest ideas from the business world’s thought leaders. A Book Club for Entrepreneurs will launch at the Lewes Public Library on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at noon. Small business owners will have the opportunity to […]




Partnership Creates Major Business Incubator & Research Institute at Experimental Station

State of Delaware, DuPont and University of Delaware partner to form Delaware Innovation Space, Inc.   WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Monday announced the creation of the Delaware Innovation Space, Inc. – a nonprofit public-private partnership established by the State of Delaware, DuPont, and the University of Delaware that will catalyze the entrepreneurial […]




Legislation Introduced to Support Investment in Delaware Entrepreneurs

Building on efforts like regulatory reform and broadband improvements that have made Delaware a more welcoming place to start and expand a business, Governor Markell joined members of the General Assembly today to announce legislation that will give startups and small businesses better opportunities to access capital.




Governor’s Weekly Message: Helping Delaware Entrepreneurs Compete In The Global Marketplace While Strengthening Our Local Economy

Governor Markell discusses Delaware’s efforts to support entrepreneurs and grow Delaware’s economy by helping them enter new global markets.




Governor’s Statement on Unanimous Passage of 3 Regulatory Reform Bills Related to State of the State Proposals

Responding to proposals Governor Markell made in his State of the State address, the House of Representatives unanimously passed House Bill 147 to establish regular reviews of state regulations, while the Delaware Senate unanimously passed Senate Bill 113 and Senate Bill 120 to require that state agencies announce any additional burden that a new regulation would place on small businesses.