Delaware Prosperity Partnership
Compact Membrane Systems will invest $3.1 million to expand operations in its home state, according to the Delaware Prosperity Partnership.
An online banking platform for small business, Novo's decision reflects the strengths of the Wilmington, DE area as a hub for financial services and fintech firms.
Evernorth Health Services will expand its Delaware operations with a new 200,000-square-foot specialty pharmacy and distribution facility in Newark.
EtailFlow, the spinoff, supply-chain management company of a leading Amazon reseller, will be located in Delaware.
Agile Cold Storage, a Georgia-based company, will bring 130 new jobs to Claymont, Delaware, & invest more than $170 million over five years.
In Newport, Agilent Technologies will invest $22M in a new biopharma manufacturing facility. While in Wilmington, BlindSight Delaware Enterprises plans a $2.3M medical scheduling center that will create 227 jobs.
Fisher’s Popcorn will invest nearly $5M in to expand its manufacturing and wholesale operations in Frankford, DE. Plus, 15 up-and-coming tech companies earn grants in Startup302 competition.
The early-stage biopharma company will expand its vaccine research, development and commercialization operations, bringing 63 new jobs to Newark over next three years.
WuXi STA is expected to create 500 jobs and Breakthru Beverage Group completes new distribution, packing and office facility In Middletown, DE.
Over the next three years, green energy startup Versogen will create 49 new jobs at the FMC Stine Research Center in Newark, Delaware.
Life sciences company Agilent Technologies’ investment in Delaware will transform its Little Falls site into a world-class R&D lab.
LaMotte will invest $3.3 million in its new Pencader Corporate Center site, adding more than 100 new jobs in Newark, DE.
Resources, support and a history of innovation make Delaware an ideal location for bioscience and advanced manufacturing
The lab space grants are designed to help keep science and tech companies in Delaware, and encourage their long-term growth in the state.
New initiative will take a demand-driven approach to IT talent, expanding IT career opportunities and creating a diverse, inclusive pipeline of highly qualified workers.
Ariel C. Gruswitz, J.D., Director of Innovation, Delaware Prosperity Partnership, discusses the First State's focus on innovation, and how it's attracting growing companies.
West Coast consumer goods distributor Newacme LLC is expanding its operations to New Castle, DE and adding 34 new jobs.
Two manufacturing companies and one chemical company are growing in Delaware, bringing approximately $13 million in capital investment to the First State.
The company has designated Dover as the "location of preference" for a 457,000-square-foot manufacturing facility that will create more than 150 jobs.
Barclays US Consumer Bank plans a $6.9 million capital investment as it expands its customer service operations in Wilmington, DE.
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