Connect with the greater New Castle County business community.
Did you know that as a Chamber member, consumers are 63% more likely to patronize your business than a non-Chamber member! (The Shapiro Group)
A recent survey let us know what Chamber members want most from our organization:
The Chamber made the transition from corporate employee to small business owner easier.John C. Schelich, Sprint Samsung Galaxy
As Director of Transportation, the Chamber allowing me to connect with many of the local businesses statewide to assist with their transportation needs.LaBarre Everette, Generations Home Care, Inc.
It was and is a smart business move to get involved in an organization that encourages mutual growth.Barbara D. Pettinella, Decorating Den interiors
NCCCC has boosted my bottom line and I’ve found many vendors/friends helping my business at the same time!Bob Horton, CIAphoto.com
The 149th General Assembly commenced on Tuesday, January 10. Legislative session began with the swearing-in of newly elected and re-elected members of the House and Senate. Most of the action was ceremonial and procedural (adoption of the House and Senate rules, appointment of certain officers, etc.).
The New Castle County Chamber of Commerce creates business development opportunities for our members, and advocates for a strong and stable economic climate. Throughout 2016, the Chamber continued to offer a wide range of activities, opportunities and programs.
The 2016 election is just three weeks behind us, as of this writing, and pundits, pollsters and other observers are still sorting out what occurred and how. Major polls were significantly off, leading to considerable surprise in many quarters. Polling inaccuracy in the 2016 election will be examined separately in an upcoming article. The only certainty to emerge from the 2016 presidential election is that conventional political wisdom should not be accepted at face value and that the pendulum swings in our democracy and will in all likelihood swing again.
In today’s complex health care environment, consumers are increasingly on their own to find solutions for their medical insurance and health care needs. In a similar fashion, small business owners try to provide access to medical insurance and wellness programs to help their employees.
At one time or another we have all been there. It is the centerpiece of downtown Wilmington. It has hosted high profile events and famous people. It tells the story of Delaware’s economic and political history. It’s Rodney Square and it will be undergoing a major renovation so it will once again be the “front yard” of the City.