Issue 6.37
September 11, 2020
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Building a Legacy of Craftsmanship, Character and Commitment
M. Davis & Sons celebrates
150 years in construction

It is not often that you hear about a company celebrating 150 years in business. It is even less often that the same family has been running the company, weathering the storms of various historical events and economic downturns. M. Davis & Sons is celebrating our 150 year anniversary throughout 2020, and our success is owed to the five generations of the Davis family as well as our team who are committed to providing a superior level of craftsmanship and dedication to our customers. Read more >

In the midst of the unrelenting challenge created both by the
COVID-19 pandemic and the nationwide multiracial movement toward social justice and equity, no one has the luxury of “business as usual.” In fact, there will not likely be an “as usual” for some time now. Our focus should be “new and better.” And that focus starts with us. Read more >
Skills Pave the Way to
an Equitable Recovery
Cybersecurity & Your Remote Workforce
There are some real benefits to a remote workforce, and they were a silver lining to companies who were forced to operate remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. But as companies look at whether to continue the work-at-home model, experts are looking ahead. Join the conversation about "what's next" from a cybersecurity standpoint for remote workers, including what you should already be doing, and pitfalls you might encounter the longer you remain virtual.

  • Phillip Ferraro, Global Head of Client Cybersecurity Awareness Training, JPMorgan Chase
  • Kathy Jennings, Attorney General, Delaware Department of Justice
  • Chet Sharrar, Chief Information Security Office, Marlette Funding

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2019 Honoree:
E. Thomas Harvey, III
Marvin S. Gilman Bowl

The Gilman Bowl was established as a tribute to small business leadership. It is named in memory of Marvin S. Gilman, who served as an exemplary leader and a paragon of small business in Delaware. The identity of the recipient of the Gilman Bowl is held confidential until its presentation at the Superstars in Business awards luncheon on November 4.

The State Chamber's Small Business Alliance is now accepting nominations for this award of distinction to an individual – not an organization – who has made outstanding contributions to the small businesses and nonprofit organizations of Delaware. Nominate someone > 
Message from the President
I have always said there is a mutual bond between employers and employees and that one cannot succeed without the other. In preparing this message, I dug around and conducted a bit of research to discover interesting data about the U.S. labor force today.

According to Pew Research, “Millennials are now the largest generation in the U.S. labor force. Roughly a third of Americans in the labor force (35% or 56 million) are Millennials – those ages 24 to 39.” Read more >
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