The August member survey of the National Association of Business Economists (NABE) found that most now believe an economic recession “will occur later than anticipated when the February policy survey was conducted,” said NABE President, Constance Hunter, chief economist at KPMG.
The Manager of Marketing and Events works collaboratively for the State Chamber’s marketing programs, events and activities. This position works to advance the organization’s mission of networking and advocacy through proactive and responsive events that relate to the State Chamber’s strategic goals.
The Program & Communication Manager will play an integral role in assisting the Events Manager and Communications Manager with a diverse set of responsibilities as they relate to the successful execution of events and communications strategies.
The Vice President of Government Relations is responsible and accountable for the Chamber’s public policy priorities, policy development and related activities. They will protect and enhance the organization’s reputation and visibility through proactive and responsive strategies that improve the business climate in Delaware.
There is a fascinating article in the Wall Street Journal Thursday edition that sheds more light on Amazon’s ultimate decision to abandon New York from the corporate headquarters competition to instead build in northern Virginia. Delaware, along with every state and metro area competing for development, can learn a thing or two on how companies react to how they are perceived when making expansion decisions.
Health Insurance is Really About Asking the Right Questions
THE PAST 5 YEARS have proved quite trying for businesses of every size in their quest to provide employees with comprehensive health insurance at a reasonable cost. The Affordable Care Act brought sweeping changes, affecting each individual and each company very differently.
Choosing a Retirement Plan for Your Small Business
INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS (IRAs) and 401(k)
plans are the iconic retirement savings buzzwords that most working Americans are familiar with. Established by Congress back in the 1970s, these plans allowed individuals and smaller sized employers tax-favored solutions for retirement savings.