Kurt Foreman has led the Delaware Prosperity Partnership to securing 30 projects worth more than $700 million over the group’s first three years. | DBT PHOTO BY ERIC CROSSAN

WILMINGTON – In the last three years, a rush of projects has located in Delaware, ranging from one of Amazon’s largest fulfillment centers to a $91 million corrugated box manufacturing plant, and also expanded here, including a growing consumer lending company and an international chemical company.

What all of them had in common was the involvement of the Delaware Prosperity Partnership (DPP), the public-private partnership that took over the state’s major economic development efforts under the Carney administration.

The DPP, led by its low-key president and CEO, Kurt Foreman, has managed to invigorate the state’s competitive

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