Martial arts business gets help from SBTDC for expansion plans and benefits from the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act of 2012 and the Delaware Economic Development Office’s Access program.
Most Delawareans don’t know that for a brief period in the 1890s, Rehoboth Beach was called Henlopen City. But Chris Bisaha and Joe Baker were familiar with this bit of trivia, and they dipped into history when they named their new restaurant in 2010.
Clients’ new business location fits like a glove
Long-time SBTDC and PTAC clients, Frank and Donna Masley, move their successful military glove manufacturing business to a Delaware Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Zone. Watch this WDEL video to learn more: WDEL
Cheers to McTullio’s
Wendy Wen, SBTDC business advisor, put Barbara Tullio on the fast track to expanding her business, McTullio’s Pub. Read more about how she did it…
SBTDC client, Steve Hague, and business partner, Ben Noji, hit the target with their business, PolarStar Precision Airsoft Components.
Navigating Government Contracts
Procurement Technical Assistance Center helps companies navigate world of government contracts. Read more on UDaily.
Raising the bar
Our business advisors have an average of over 25 years of business experience in industries from pharmaceuticals to retail. Read about more of our 2012 Success stories in the 2012 Annual Report.
Delaware Procurement Expo & Matchmaking Event
This expo at the Chase Center in Wilmington will teach local small business owners about government contracting and will help connect them with government agencies and prime contractors. Networking opportunities will be plentiful. For more information and to register as an exhibitor or a visitor, please visit the Delaware PTAC website: DelawareContracts.com
Fueling the desire to succeed
The Delaware SBTDC provides free individualized business advisory services and educational programs designed to help businesses achieve their goals and gain a competitive advantage. Read about Chuck and Katie Warne in our 2012 Annual Report.
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