The Delaware Small Business Chamber will celebrate its 10th anniversary early next year with a dinner.

DSBC, founded in late 2011, is a statewide resource for small businesses throughout Delaware and the surrounding communities focusing on companies with up to 100 employees, as well as larger companies that economically support local entrepreneurs.

During the 10 years, the DSBC has helped more than 500 small businesses start or build their companies. During that same period, the chamber has hosted more than 1,000 events including mixers, seminars, ribbon cutting ceremonies and networking programs to help members build business and personal relationships.

“Even with the pandemic and many small businesses hurting, the DSBC has been in the forefront of helping our small business community and continues to offer great value to members.” Bob Older, president and founder, said. “We are glad to see many small business owners and organizations taking advantage of the benefits we continue to offer. Ten years is the first of hopefully many milestones for us.”

The 10th birthday celebration is set for Jan. 5 at the Chesapeake Inn in Chesapeake City, Md. For details or to attend, visit the Chamber’s events page at

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