Delaware daily roundup: Free biz analytics tool; AI tools for HR; Goodwill’s recycling plan

Plus, New Castle County seeks public feedback on its sustainability plan.


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SizeUp Delaware gives analytics to small biz

Did you know that Delaware has an online tool where businesses can search local data to find out how much local competition is out there, where that competition is and which areas to target main demographics? The SizeUp Delaware tool is just one resource featured this month for National Small Business Month.

➡️ Check out my report for details.

AI transforms HR at small to medium orgs

Small- and medium-sized businesses can benefit from AI human resources tools, says Jay Polaki, the CEO of Maryland-based human resources software company HR Geckos. Among other things, AI can help a business identify when employees are unsatisfied.

➡️  Learn more in Jay’s guest post here.

News Incubator: What else to know today

• New Castle County seeks public feedback on its sustainability plan draft.  [Delaware Public Media]

• Goodwill of Delaware & Delaware County is working on an initiative that would allow them to recycle the large amount of landfill-bound glass, textile and plastic. [Delaware Business Times]

• Inside plans for a multi-ethnic revitalization of Wilmington’s southeastern side. [WHYY]

• Mayor Carney? The Governor officially filed papers, joining the Wilmington Mayor’s race. [NBC Philadelphia]

🗓️ On the Calendar

• Tuesday, May 14 — Delaware School Board Elections [Details here]

• Wednesday, May 22 —  Tech Forum’s AI in DE Event at Theatre N [Details here]

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