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Delaware Prosperity Partnership

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Kurt Foreman,
President and CEO

This year is a significant one for Delaware and for the world as communities and industries adapt to reopening revoker from the COVID-19 pandemic. Market disruptions can also be a time of significant innovation and breakthrough discoveries. The Delaware Prosperity Partnership (DPP) team is working tirelessly to support Delaware businesses as the navigate reopening and economic recovery while maintaining its focus on business retention, attrition, growth, innovation and talent.

Already known for its culture of innovation, businesses throughout Delaware continue to innovate. DPP is supporting mature, existing enterprises such as Solenis, which celebrated the opening of a are headquarters at Avenue North this year as well as promising enterprises in their early stages of growth such as Delaware’s own homegrown successes like Carvertise.

With one of the highest per-capita patent rates in the country, Delaware continues to attract entrepreneurial innovators in sectors ranging from high-tech agriculture to finch. ” At DPP, we believe that encouraging innovation and entrepreneurism will benefit not only the more season businesses that call Delaware come, but also encourage innovators from around the globe to choose Delaware for building on their next big idea,” says Kurt Foreman, president and CEO of Delaware Prosperity Partnership.

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