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Check out the Tech Council of Delaware’s new magazine — The Chronicle

It has storytelling, resources and everything you need to know about the region's tech workforce and ecosystem, just in time for the Council's June 25-26 conference.

Ecosystem stakeholders at a Tech Council event. (Courtesy Tech Council of Delaware)

This is a guest post from Tech Council of Delaware, a Technical.ly Ecosystem Builder client.

The Tech Council of Delaware, in collaboration with Technical.ly, is excited to present the first edition of Tech Council Chronicle.

This three-part storytelling publication offers an overarching narrative about Delaware’s tech ecosystem, tech workforce and status as a tech hub.

The online magazines are also a helpful resource for stakeholders both across the state and nationally, with plenty of useful information about resources, career tools and training programs available across the First State.

The first edition explores the original purpose of the Tech Council of Delaware, the gaps it aims to fill and the various programs, committees, events and resources established to date. It also has reference information from various Council partners.

See the first edition of the Tech Council Chronicle

The second edition of The Chronicle covers how tech workforce and training providers are collaborating for collective impact through the Council’s Tech Talent & Workforce Committee. It contains helpful program and enrollment information from training providers across the state, as well as details on the offerings led by the Tech Council of Delaware and the First State Tech Partnership.

Stay tuned for the third edition of Tech Council Chronicle in the fall, which will feature Delaware’s position and perception as a tech hub.

See the second edition of the Tech Council Chronicle

For more on the Tech Council of Delaware’s activity and Delaware’s tech ecosystem as a whole, including a presentation announcing the Tech Council’s new strategic plan, be sure to register and attend the Tech Ecosystem Conference on June 25–26 at Riverfront Events in Wilmington.

Register for the Tech Ecosystem Conference

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