Small wonder. Big opportunity.
Delaware is attractive for many reasons. The Wilmington area hosts many historical and cultural sites such as the Winterthur and Hagley museums, the Nemours Mansion, the Grand Opera House, and Longwood Gardens. These sites are internationally renowned. The Trolley Square area of Wilmington is a cultural hotspot offering a taste of social events, diverse cuisine, and local nightlife. The central region of the state is home to Dover International Speedway, which hosts both racing events as well as annual music festivals. The southernmost area of the state has multiple, nationally renowned beaches that are no more than a couple hours drive from even the furthest part of the state. To learn more, go to the Relocate to Delaware page on the State of Delaware’s website.
Delaware truly is a small wonder. Due to such a favorable regulatory environment, well over half of all US Corporations are chartered in Delaware.
Exciting events and festivals are held throughout Delaware all year long. Don’t see something you like below? Don’t worry, this is just a short list to give you an idea of what happens throughout the state.
Delaware is within driving distance of several regional hubs including Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington D.C., and New York City. Plenty of people choose to work in Delaware while living in the Philadelphia area. In fact, our current team members live in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland. Delaware and our surrounding areas offers a wide range of social and cultural attractions.
The state offers a broad selection of housing options including city, small town, suburban, and rural while remaining within a short commute to BLS.