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Friday, July 26 2019
Delaware: Where the World Chooses to Do Business

With millions of businesses choosing to incorporate in Delaware, the state has earned an international reputation for being the most trusted and experienced business law center in the world. But business law expertise doesn’t tell the whole story.  Delaware’s enviable location on the east coast assures business leaders they can get anywhere from Delaware, and the state puts a premium on being business-friendly and affordable. Forbes ranked Delaware as having the fifth lowest cost of doing business. Adesis, Solenis, Marlette Funding, Dot Foods, JustFoodforDogs, and Wilmington PharmaTech are just a few of the companies that chose to grow in Delaware.


The DuPont legacy, which dates back more than 200 years, set the stage for Delaware to put a premium on innovation.  Executives in Delaware will tell you that the ripple effects of the DuPont company created a sustainable culture of innovation that is thriving now, more than ever.  Start-ups including Agtech, Fintech, Chemtech, Biotech and Pharmatech are choosing Delaware to begin their business journey. The emphasis on innovation is being noticed.

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Tuesday, May 29 2018
Options for Companies in Delaware

By Gary Haber, Delaware Division of Small  Business

Businesses have options in Delaware. Companies considering moving to Delaware will find affordable labor costs, a productive and educated workforce and a state government taking a forward-thinking approach to economic development.

Couple this with Delaware’s central location and low tax burden – no sales tax or inventory tax – and you have a recipe for business success. Delaware’s specialized Chancery Court, devoted to handling business-related matters, makes doing business easier and is part of why more than half the publicly-traded companies in the U.S. – including two-thirds of the Fortune 500 – make Delaware their corporate home.

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