Senate to Approve Student Entrepreneur Fund That Could Turn Delaware into Tech Hub

Delaware legislators are considering passing a Student Entrepreneur Fund bill that might encourage young people to start technology-based companies in the state. Delaware Senate Bill 112 would call for the spending of $2 million per year over the next three year. Funds would come from the state’s $10 million Delaware Strategic Fund.

Why Senators Feel the Student Entrepreneur Fund Needs Passing

Bill sponsor Senator Harris B. McDowell of Dover, Delaware, hopes that more young people would be encouraged to stay in the state. Many people have left the state recently because of the closing of two auto plants and the drastic downsizing of Dupont after their merger with Dow.

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