Delaware Chamber to host Legislative Forum

March 26, 2012 by  

Business owners and entrepreneurs in Wilmington have a rare opportunity to get plugged into the political process through the events being hosted by the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce over the course of the next few weeks.

Events kick off fairly quickly with the Environmental Committee being hosted at the State of Delaware Tatnall Building in Dover on March 28th. Starting in the afternoon at 1:00 pm and continuing for roughly two hours in total, this meeting is going to include lunch for those attending. Perhaps more importantly, however, is the fact that it provides plenty of options to hear what Senator David McBride has to say about the topic of making business operations more environmentally friendly.

As a financial move, this is a strategy that can help the company cut costs effectively whether through something as basic as conserving resources by subcontracting that poster printing campaign or by investing in more energy-efficient equipment. During this luncheon, local entrepreneurs will be learning about the ins and outs of this pressing issue.

Following this on April 2nd, business owners will also have the opportunity to attend “Legislative Forum: The State of Business in Delaware”. With Sec. Alan Levin presenting this one, it’s clear that this meeting is going to be full of information. Priced at $30 for members of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce and an extra $10 for those that aren’t, it’s clear from the chamber’s website that this is going to be a more formal event to attend.

Starting at 7:30 am and concluding at 9:30 am, local professionals have nothing to lose.