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The Future of Greater Wilmington

Tue Mar 23, 2021

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The Future of Greater Wilmington

Attracting Companies, Future Developments, & The Path Forward

Tuesday March 23 2021 | 10:30 AM EDT

Presented By

Featured Presenters

Chris Buccini

Chris Buccini

Co-President, The Buccini/Pollin Group

Chris Buccini is Co-President of The Buccini/Pollin Group, Inc. (“BPG”), and founder and President of BPG Real Estate Services, LLC, the entity responsible for BPG’s office, reside...

Doneene Damon

Doneene Damon

President, Richards, Layton & Finger

Doneene Damon’s extraordinary leadership includes her roles as the president of Richards Layton, co-chair of the firm’s Business Department, and chair of the Corporate Trust and...

Denny Nealon

CEO, Barclays US Consumer Bank & Barclays Bank Delaware

Denny Nealon is the Chief Executive Officer for Barclays US Consumer Bank (USCB) and Barclays Bank Delaware (BBDE) where he is responsible for the overall leadership and direction...

Philip Patterson Jr.

Philip Patterson Jr.

SVP & CFO, Solenis

Philip M. Patterson Jr. has been senior vice president and chief financial officer for Solenis since 2018. He is responsible for all financial activities of the company, including...

John Carney

John Carney

Governor, Delaware


Why This Matters

What You’ll Learn:

- Wilmington was picking up steam prior to the pandemic with exciting projects on the water and corporate relocations. What does Wilmington need to do to pick up where it left off? - Some Americans are leaving major cities in search of more space and affordability. How can Wilmington and widerDelaware position themselves to capitalize on a population shift?

- Many companies around the country are looking to hub and spoke office models to offer flexibility to their workers. What does Wilmington have to offer to these companies to stay competitive with other cities?

Who You'll Meet: Investors, lenders, city officials, developers, owners, engineers, and architects.

How You'll Do More Business: For the first time in a long time, we're seeing massive population shifts around the country. Wilmington and all of Delaware needs to capitalize on this to emerge from the pandemic stronger than it went in.