Among the responsibilities all of us share is to help those born into a relatively peaceful world understand that the individual freedoms we enjoy were hard-fought successes and are sustained every day with immeasurable sacrifice. I have three college-age children that fit this definition and were born into a civilian household. By contrast, my father was a military police officer and was stationed in Japan at the end of World War II. He would recount stories from his time there and those experiences undoubtedly made him the person he was, and made an impression on my two older sisters and me. Read more
2019 SUPERSTARS IN BUSINESS
Exceptional Care for Children
HOME FOR SUPERHEROES,
When you’re an extraordinary kid, you need lots of special people and high-tech gadgets to help you develop your super powers. At superhero training center, Exceptional Care for Children (ECC), you might be in a classroom with your teacher learning math, telling your nurse what you accomplished in Occupational Therapy, or playing a game with a volunteer. And you might need a feeding tube backpack, a tracheostomy tube, or an adaptive bike to help charge your powers. That’s why ECC is the coolest place for superhero kids who have unique medical needs and technological dependencies (and super powers!). Read more
Q&A with Captain Lauren of the
In August the State Chamber hoisted its sails and hosted an Evening Mixer on the
Kalmar Nyckel. We gave 100 attendees pirate alter egos and enjoyed perfect summer weather on Delaware’s Tall Ship. One pirate in particular caught our attention: Captain Lauren Morgens, Ship’s Master. We caught up with her before she set sail again on the high seas…
MITIGATING YOUR BUSINESS RISK
Board Responsibilities in Cybersecurity
High-profile cyber breaches have affected millions of customers and employees, resulting in unprecedented losses to businesses through direct costs in responding to the breaches, regulatory penalties, lawsuits brought by customers and business partners, business disruption, reputational damage and loss of shareholder value. Officers and directors are increasingly facing the possibility of personal liability for these losses.
New Delaware One Stop helps entrepreneurs start, operate, and grow their businesses
Starting a business can be daunting for even the most committed entrepreneur, but Delaware has a powerful new online tool to help make sense of the things state government requires for new businesses, all in one place. The new Delaware One Stop, available at
onestop.delaware.gov, allows businesses to interact with core state agencies whether they’re starting out or ready to grow.