Dear World Trade Center Delaware Community, COVID-19 is a rolling-disaster that has reshaped the business landscape. Things are changing on an hour to hour, day to day basis. To help prepare for a full recovery and to understand the likely need for possible business support/assistance, a range of Delaware economic development organizations and other partners are jointly conducting a series of business surveys to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on business operations across the State of Delaware. As a business executive, we would very much appreciate your response. It will take approximately 7 minutes to complete the survey. Your responses are absolutely confidential. Responses will only be reported in aggregate. The results will be used to inform local and state elected officials, government agencies, and others and allow for recent time data to help make decisions. A summary of the results can be shared after each survey is analyzed. The intent is to recheck with you again in the coming weeks as conditions evolve to see how your needs and situations may change. Thank you for being part of the World Trade Center Delaware community and for your support! TAKE THE SURVEY Please stay safe and healthy. Remember that we at the World Trade Center Delaware will do our best to serve you virtually as long as this situation continues. Best regards, Carla Sydney 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.