The Nylon Capital Shopping Center’s future will include more than The Mill. It’s envisioned as a innovation hub, with workforce development and retail.
The pandemic changed work, and companies are considering smaller, coworking spaces as an alternative to keep costs down and employees engaged.
Delaware Business Times highlights an annual list of individuals as “People to Watch” in the new year as we believe they will leave a mark on their industries or communities. […]
SEAFORD – In front of boarded up storefronts and before a throng of Seaford residents and city officials who have waited decades for the Nylon Capital Shopping Center to be […]
WILMINGTON – The Buccini/Pollin Group (BPG) development firm has spearheaded the revitalization of Wilmington’s central business district over the last 20 years but remains as bullish as ever on the […]
Over the past year, CompassRed has doubled the size of its 8-year-old data analytics and insights company to 15 people and expects that number to double again over the next […]
By Peter Osborne The Mill will more than double in size by this fall after taking a second floor in the downtown Nemours building and adding 20,000 square feet in […]
By Peter Osborne Downtown Wilmington has a new fine-wine and spirits store and will soon get an adjacent grocery store with breakfast and lunch service, thanks to some familiar names […]
By Peter Osborne DuPont is quietly building a group tasked with driving higher revenues, cutting expenses, and streamlining manufacturing processes across the company by using emerging technologies. The DuPont Digital […]
Acorns, the company behind a simple investment application with more than 5 million account holders, will add up to 50 technology and operations jobs downtown over the next six […]
Global Debt Registry, a blockchain infrastructure provider, today announced completing its expansion to the The Mill in Wilmington. The fintech firm moved its technology team into the co-working space and […]
New Castle County on Thursday introduced NCC Innovates, a business portal (NCCinnovates.com) and grant program to assist start-ups and support the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Statewide and local economic development officials gathered […]
Jim Kelly is a pioneer of internet banking. In 2000, he arrived in Wilmington to start ING Direct; after 12 years, Capital One bought ING, with Kelly staying on as […]
Support from the Division of Small Business, Development & Tourism is helping two technology companies expand their operations in Delaware. STF Technologies, based at the University of Delaware STAR Campus […]
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