Business 2019-10-17T10:21:20-05:00


  • Bayhealth Cancer Institute held its ninth annual Runway of Hope fundraiser recently at Rehoboth Beach Country Club. The event, which features a silent auction, plated luncheon and fashion show, supports the Institute’s Survivorship Program. This year’s event raised more than $83,000. The Survivorship Program supports cancer patients as they transition from cancer treatment to cancer survivorship.

Weiner Benefits Group in ninth decade of service Company meets insurance, financial needs of businesses and individuals

December 13th, 2019|Categories: BUSINESS|

Weiner Benefits Group (WBG) is now in its ninth decade of serving the insurance and financial needs of businesses and individuals in Delaware. WBG offers all aspects of employee benefit services including the latest and most innovative platforms used to communicate and deliver them effectively. They provide traditional group medical, dental, life and disability insurance, as well as human resource and retirement plan consulting and individual financial products.WGB was founded in 1938 by George J. Weiner, whose tradition of great service still forms the core philosophy of WBG, long after his passing in 2010. His partners hired the third and present generation of partners: Michael D. Reckner, Louis D. [...]

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Small Businesses are succeeding on Delmarva

VANCO Financial Group

Small business in lower Delmarva is thriving. Every small town in Sussex, Kent and Wicomico Counties harbors countless entrepreneurial activities from farming to retailing to customizing to repair and maintenance, or manufacturing a variety of products.  Internet companies are growing in spare bedrooms.

Historians would argue that the reason why goes back centuries to our staunch individualism as well as what a few call our peculiarities. Either way, I agree.

Defining “small” business is a matter of opinion.  My own informal survey garnered responses from having a few employees to limited revenue (from topping at $2 million to $35 […]

Employing veterans, good business?

VANCO Financial Group

Recently, but really for several years, we have found employers unable to find and hire suitable new employees.  The same complaint has come from Hoteliers, Manufacturers, Auto Dealers, Restauranteurs, and Retailers.

They say they cannot find people with the requisite skills or job-seekers who are willing to work. They find – and sometimes hire – those who simply don’t know what working requires and have never worked. They have no work ethic: They are sufficiently independent or self-indulgent that they display no obligation to follow rules or to seek or absorb on-the-job skills. Even college graduates have unrealistic […]

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