Michael Quaranta, President of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce, discussed the Chamber which works to enable businesses of all sizes be competitive and productive. We talked about the issues that affect state businesses, from staffing to supply chain issues, and while he considers Delaware to be a relatively business-friendly state, the Chamber advocates for competitive not minimum wages and for less bureaucracy in getting businesses through start-up and building red tape through their Ready in 6 reforms. For businesses the Chamber offers networking, education, and advice for the ‘mom and pops’ through Fortune 500 companies.
The DSCC is a member of the US Chamber of Commerce and acts as the Delaware State Retail Council and the Delaware Chapter of the US Manufacturing Council.
For more information visit DSCC.com.