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Delaware State Chamber of Commerce: Connecting People, Solving Problems

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Founded in 1837, the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce (DSCC) has a long history as the largest, most influential business organization in the state. “We are a unified voice for business,” says DSCC President Michael Quaranta. “Our goal is to help create an economic environment that encourages growth, competitiveness and stability for all businesses.” Put simply, the State Chamber is uniquely positioned to bring people together to solve problems, create jobs, promote business and improve the quality of life for all Delawareans.

Michael J. Quaranta, President l PHOTO BY MOONLOOP PHOTOGRAPHY

The State Chamber team meets regularly with Delaware’s Congressional delegation and plays a leading role in bringing issues before the General Assembly in Dover on behalf of its members, supporting policies that encourage innovation and opposing policies that may hinder it.

STAY UP TO DATE on the Chamber’s advocacy efforts and upcoming networking events by:

  • Signing up for email newsletters at www.dscc.com/newsmedia
  • Following the Conversations with Kelly podcast on your favorite streaming platform (www.dscc.com/podcast).
  • Following the State Chamber on social media: @DEStateChamber on X (Formerly Twitter) and Instagram or Delaware State Chamber on LinkedIn and Facebook.

The State Chamber also serves an important role in connecting Delaware’s business and community leaders with each other. The state’s premier networking event is the Annual Dinner each January. The event is attended by more than 1,100 business leaders, elected officials and state dignitaries.

“The Delaware State Chamber’s commitment and efforts on behalf of the business community are real and consequential. As the economic environment continues to evolve, we never cease working so that business continues to thrive.”

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