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  • 🔒 Three companies receive boost in lab space grants

    BEAR — One month after state officials decided to raise the maximum grant amount for lab space, three familiar companies received approval for additional funds as construction costs continue to soar due to inflation. Prelude Therapeutics, Analytical Biological Services (ABS) and Advanced Materials Technologies (AMT) were approved this week for a combined $1.6 million in […]
  • 🔒 Duck Creek gets $1M site readiness grant

    BEAR – The town of Smyrna received $1 million from the Site Readiness Fund on Monday to install infrastructure for the next phase of its rising Duck Creek Business Campus. The business park, which includes one building already occupied and three more going through the town’s planning process, is Delaware’s last applicant for the funds […]
  • 🔒 Latino small business invest in Sussex’s future

    Marlen and Jose Camacho weren’t certain what they wanted to do when they set out together on the entrepreneurial journey, but they knew they needed to work for themselves. In that way, they’re pretty typical of the growing Latino community in the country, where 25 percent of new businesses are started by Latinos. For the […]
  • AB&C grows presence in Philadelphia market

    WILMINGTON — Aloysius Butler & Clark (AB&C) has signed a two-year lease for a new office in the heart of Philadelphia, which opens more space in a key market while maintaining headquarters in Delaware. One of the oldest and largest marketing firms in the First State, AB&C will move into a 6,000-square-foot office on the […]
  • 🔒 New hotel, restaurant coming to Rehoboth

    REHOBOTH BEACH —  Harvey, Hanna & Associates have embarked on a $5 million renovation project of the former Sandcastle Motel, with visions of turning it into an upscale boutique hotel and restaurant in downtown Rehoboth Beach. The developer has planned on demolishing parts of the building at 3 Second St. in the summer season, making […]
  • 🔒 Based in Sussex, Hook PR takes global view

    MILTON — After 15 years of crafting messages for companies and nonprofits, Hook PR has a new office in Milton and a different mission: Think more about the big picture goal for its clients, and work toward it, one step at a time. “We’re pushing tried and true methods, but it’s also about our client’s […]
  • Fujifilm opens $19M inkjet plant in New Castle

    NEW CASTLE — Fujifilm cut the ribbon on its new $19 million plant off Cherry Lane on June 17, now making Delaware the home to its U.S. base for aqueous inkjet ink manufacturing Fujifilm has owned the production site near the Delaware Memorial Bridge since 2006, but last year announced it would invest millions to […]
  • 🔒 ChristianaCare pilots ‘cobots,’ AI tech

    WILMINGTON — Imagine having a robot on hand to run errands for you. That’s what’s happening at ChristianaCare, except they’re collaborative robots — or “cobots”— that can glide across the hospital floors and even take the elevator to fetch medicine or deliver medical records to nurses or personal belongings to the lost and found. With […]
  • DEMEC lights up Navajo Nation

    SMYRNA — The cost to connect a home in the Navajo Nation, an American Indian reservation that includes parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, is about $40,000. The work of the Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation (DEMEC) and other companies was able to reduce that down to $8,000 through volunteer time, materials and other donations […]
  • Delmarva chicken production rebounds despite workforce struggles

    GEORGETOWN — The Delmarva poultry industry’s value rebounded and grew 25% last year, but labor shortages have pressed Delaware’s chicken processing plants to return to previous levels of production. The Delmarva Chicken Association (DCA) recently released its year-end report that estimates a $4.2 billion industry profit from wholesale chicken sales in 2021. As the state […]

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