Delaware leaders ring NASDAQ closing bell

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Delaware leaders visited theNASDAQ Stock Exchange recently and rang the closing bill.

“Delaware’s unique economic environment was on display to an international audience at the stock exchange on Monday,” said Treasurer Coleen Davis. “The collaboration between various industries, nonprofits, and governments makes our business atmosphere one-of-a-kind, and is one of the reasons that most companies are incorporated in our state.”

Davis was interviewed by Nasdaq Inc. Director of Global Accounts, Rob Phillips, along with Carla Sydney Stone, President of World Trade Center Delaware, and Dave Harriss, Commercial VP of GT USA Wilmington, the operator of the Port of Wilmington.

Event participants traveled to New York City to meet with private equity investors and international companies with interest in trade, ports, and logistics, as well as attend the closing bell ceremony.

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