Whatever size your business, whatever industry, whatever development stage, the state of Delaware may have an incentive or tax credit that can help you secure new capital or keep more revenue. Learn more below about the state’s various programs to grow the state’s economy throwing helping companies, like yours, succeed.
Delaware Strategic Fund is the Division’s primary funding source to support business retention and expansion through grants and low-interest loans to projects that grow the state’s economy in a significant way.*
Delaware Capital Access Program and State Small Business Credit Initiative Participation Loan help lenders to provide financing to businesses deemed too risky for the traditional banking model due to minor collateral or credit issues.
Delaware Technical Innovation Program offers transition grants for companies that have completed Phase I and applied for Phase II of the federal Small Business Innovation Research or Small Business Technology Transfer programs as they work to bring new products to market.
Tax-Exempt Bond Financing allows the Division to act as the conduit issuer on bond for tax-exempt, non-profit organizations.
Brownfield Assistance Program offers matching grants to property owners and developers to encourage redevelopment of environmentally stressed sites.*
Workforce Training Grant is a matching program that funds specialized training for companies of up to $100,000 per project.
Click here for more information on applying for an incentive.
New Business Facility Tax Credit
New Economy Jobs Tax Credit
Research and Development Tax Credit
Green Industries/Brownfield Tax Credit
Land and Historic Resource Conservation Tax Credit
Historic Preservation Tax Credit
Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit
Business Finder’s Fee Tax Credit
Veterans Opportunity Tax Credit
Individuals with Disabilities Tax Credit
*Applications for this program must go before the Council on Development Finance.