Greetings! We are proud to announce that World Trade Center Delaware was invited to the Nasdaq Closing Bell and to be interviewed for the Nasdaq Spotlight program on November 4th, this past Monday. Since collaboration is Delaware's middle name, we invited the Port of Wilmington (David Harriss, the Vice President of Commercial Operations and Kathryn Bradley, Director of Strategic Communications) and the Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis, to join us and participate in the day's events. Prior to the interview and Closing Bell ceremony, we all went to a luncheon with leaders from the private equity and investment firms and companies with a particular interest in construction, ports, logistics, and international trade and spoke about the business friendly environment and benefits that Delaware offers to companies from all over the world. This is the link to the interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icG7xcZP7QQ The interview and luncheon were opportunities to showcase the close relationship among the business, government and not for profit sectors in Delaware and how we work together to promote economic development on behalf of all of our community. Feel free to share it with your colleagues and companies you work with and to post it on social media. For more information about this opportunity, please do not hesitate to email or call us. Sincerely, Carla Stone President The World Trade Center Delaware, a not for profit organization, is Delaware's premier international business resource. We give our members the knowledge and opportunities to develop strong ties with buyers and suppliers around the world. As a member of the World Trade Centers Association, we provide resources in more than 90 countries, supported by 15,000 WTC professionals in over 320 WTCA member centers. The US Government, other countries, and international organizations have recognized World Trade Center Delaware's expertise. We are a member of World Trade Centers Association Member Advisory Council on Agriculture and a signatory to the Agreement. We have an Agreement of Cooperation with the Government of Mexico, and represent the US EXIM Bank in Delaware (REPP), and serve as USTDA's Making Global Local Partner.