Delaware daily roundup: WSFS new VP and CIO; How to support Black businesses; $3M for the Community Education Building

Plus, Marijuana Commissioner warns that scammers are targeting social equity license applicants.


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Delaware Power Moves

What’s happening in Delaware with hires, promotions, pivots and honors?

This month, we’ve got news from Seedcopa + SeedcoDE, WSFS, Landmark Science & Engineering, Tech Impact, DPP, DSU, GOLO and more.

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News Incubator: What else to know today

• Wilmington Black businesses need support to grow stronger. [Delaware Business Times]

• Marijuana Commissioner warns that scammers are targeting social equity license applicants. [Delaware Business Now]

• The Community Education Building in Wilmington has secured $3 million in federal funds. [WDEL]

• Put down the bottle rocket: Know your local fireworks laws. [Delaware Public Media]

🗓️ On the Calendar

• Thursday, July 4 —  Find out where to watch fireworks, from Wilmington to Bethany Beach [Details here]

• Thursday, July 19 — Young Professionals Night at Wilmo Ax in Constitution Yards [Details here]

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