Delaware daily roundup: Discounted Millsummit tickets; Advice for pitching investors; Billion-dollar state bond bill

Plus, Thomas Edison Charter and Dover High are among the seven Delaware schools splitting $2.1 million in grant money for out-of-school ed.


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Millsummit returns August 6

Millsummit, the annual leadership and entrepreneurship conference, is coming to 1313 Market Street (aka the Hercules Building). This year is just one day, so you don’t have to miss two days of work while still getting a full schedule of panels, workshops and networking.

Get 15% off your ticket when you register with the code TECHNICALLY24!

➡️ Register for Millsummit here.

3 vital trends to know before pitching

Philly tech CEO Bob Moul talked to three dozen venture capitalists about funding, hiring and risk. He came away with some new advice on seeking VC funding in the post-cheap-money era.

➡️ Read Bob’s guest post here.

News Incubator: What else to know today

• Which Wilmington projects will benefit from this year’s billion-dollar state bond bill? [Spotlight Delaware]

• Thomas Edison Charter and Dover High are among the seven Delaware schools splitting $2.1 million in grant money for out-of-school ed. [Town Square Delaware]

• NERDiTNOW’s Markevis Gideon on small biz marketing with personalized ads. [Delaware Business Times]

• Bally’s Dover, which expanded its online footprint since Dover Downs was acquired in 2019, is now open 24 hours a day. [Delaware Business Now]

🗓️ On the Calendar

• Tuesday, July 16 —  July networking mixer at Stitch House Brewery [Details here]

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

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