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My take: Our archives chronicle the latest chapter in Delaware business history

My take: Our archives chronicle the latest chapter in Delaware business history As of today, the archives at Delaware Business Now house upwards of 20,400 posts. Stories and commentary on the business community in Delaware and adjacent areas date back as far as 2010. The bulk of our content dates from 2014, as the website became Delaware Business Daily,...

Online Media guide, Delaware Business Now

Delaware Business Now offers the powerful combination of a breaking news website combined with a five-day-a-week newsletter with breaking news E-blasts when warranted. Total yearly page views on the website total 1.2 million. It adds up to a great way to reach key decision-makers in Delaware and adjacent areas who rely on locally-owned Business Now for breaking, statewide business news...

A note to our valued members

First of all, our deepest thanks for your support through our membership feature. Our fintech membership vendor recently launched a new version that does not get along well with our website.  The link has been shut down. Those who pay the $5 a month membership fee have not been affected by this change. If you like our site and daily newsletter, we offer...

Become a part of the Delaware Business Now family with our membership options

For the past eight years, we have provided independent,  no-agenda business coverage. But digital-only sites have not been exempted from the wrenching changes taking place in the media world. Some outlets have moved to  "paywalls" that limit non-subscribers to a few stories a month or snippets of crime or other routine coverage. Others have merged operations in an attempt as part of a ...

Timeliness and access set us apart

Good afternoon I  am sometimes asked what sets the Delaware Business Now newsletter-website apart from other sources of business news in Delaware and adjacent area. Two areas  I  point to are timeliness and access. One example came last week as the controversy raged on about funding the border wall with military projects that had not been awarded. On the list was a...

Supporting Delaware Business Now

One of the core principles of this website/newsletter has been the knowledge that the time of our readers is valuable. That’s why we chose from the outset to limit our emails to once a day five days a week, with an occasional breaking news piece if warranted. We do not send out  E blasts for advertising pitches, or promotions for events,...

A note to our valued readers The Delaware Business Now five-day-a-week newsletter will not be posted  during the holiday period from Dec.25 through Jan.1. Stories will continue to be posted during this period   and breaking news Emails will be sent to Email subscribers if warranted. The Email newsletter resumes on Jan.2 Best wishes for a happy holiday season  and thanks for your...

Del. business owners graduate from Goldman Sachs program

Donna Duffy, owner of 3E Marketing Solutions, Wilmington and  Kim Adams, owner of Mountain Consulting, Inc., Dover, were members of the 15th cohort of 31 graduates who recently completed the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses-Greater Philadelphia program. 3E Marketing Solutions is a boutique marketing agency located in downtown Wilmington, Delaware, serving the needs small businesses and non-profits. She recently added,...

An upbeat look at the Wilmington of the future

James Lee’s third annual forecast focused on cities, specifically Wilmington. The forecast is a mainstay of the January meeting of the Delaware Technology Forum on Wednesday night. Wilmington, despite its urban problems,  has vast potential, Lee said at the event held at the  Delaware  Biotechnology  Institute in Newark. Lee heads Wilmington-based Stratfi, an investment firm that focuses on future trends. “Cities and...

Lee looks at future of cities at January Tech Forum event

Later this month  Jim Lee of Wilmington-based  StratFI will again share  his annual  insights on "what happens next?" at the monthly meeting of the Delaware Technology Forum. This year, Lee will  look at cities. Cities are becoming important centers of innovation. Technologies such as autonomous vehicles, the internet of things, blockchain, and green buildings are going to make our built environments...

Campout successfully raises funds, presents 1,100 winter coats for Newport children

The Delaware Kids Fund presented more than a thousand coats to Newport-area children earlier this week. Funds for the coats were raised from the Operation Warm Newport campout as two dozen participants braved the late fall weather.  A campground was set up in the heart of Newport from Nov. 16-18 in an effort aimed at raising funds for the purchase of 1,100...

Taste of Delaware returns to U.S. Senate Office Building

The  Delaware State Chamber of Commerce and honorary host Senator Chris Coons will again hold the 7th Annual Taste of Delaware in the nation’s capital.  Hundreds of people are expected at the Kennedy Caucus Room in the Russell Senate Office Building on Wednesday, December 6, from 4 to 7 p.m.,  for food and drink from the First State. “I’m excited to...

Blood Bank of Delmarva preparing for GivingTuesday

  On #GivingTuesday, November 28, the Blood Bank of Delmarva will be joining the global giving movement.   The Blood Bank of Delmarva is now  preparing to start its annual fundraising campaign in fulfilling its mission to keep the Delmarva Peninsula sufficiently stocked with blood products necessary for emergencies and scheduled surgeries throughout the holiday season.   In 2016 BBD supplied more than 100,000...

Local career coach offers assessment roadmaps

To help people figure out a career path that’s right for them, a Wilmington career coach has become one of the first in Delaware to offer Crown Career Direct Assessments. “Career Direct Assessments provide personalized roadmaps that help people navigate their careers,” explains Career Coach and Resume Writer Ed Weirauch. “Of course, it’s great for high school and college students,...

The case for hiring part-time legal counsel

Delaware attorney David Morse has discovered an unmet need. For many enterprises, an in-house attorney comes with a salary that can start in the six figures. Workloads can vary and the position becomes a luxury many businesses cannot afford. Hiring outside counsel may look attractive, but comes with hourly fees of $250 to $500, due to the overhead that comes with operating...
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