One Million Corporate Entities Now Call Delaware Home

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The Company Corporation's formation services help contribute to state’s status as “corporate capital”

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The Company Corporation makes it quick and affordable to form a Delaware entity through our website,

Delaware Governor Jack Markell recently announced that the state is now home to more than one million corporate entities. Long referred to as the nation’s “corporate capital,” Delaware is the legal domicile for more than half of all publicly traded U.S. companies.

Businesses choose Delaware as their legal home thanks to the state’s flexible corporate laws and business-friendly state government. “We have the best corporate law in the country … We have the best business court in the country,” said Markell. And each year, thousands of businesses trust The Company Corporation® to help them form their entities here.

“We are excited to join in the celebration of this great milestone for the State of Delaware,” said EJ Dealy, CEO of The Company Corporation. “We are proud to contribute to the number of business owners who choose to incorporate or form an LLC in Delaware. Whether it is the entrepreneur behind the next tech start-up or a local sole proprietor in search of a better way to protect their personal assets, The Company Corporation makes it quick and affordable to form a Delaware entity through our website, ”

About The Company Corporation
With more than 500,000 businesses formed, The Company Corporation® provides affordable incorporation services to small businesses and entrepreneurs nationwide. In addition to filing corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs) in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, The Company Corporation offers a wide range of products and services, including license and permit assistance, corporate kits, business education books, certificates of good standing, Registered Agent services, and business start-up services. Based in Delaware, The Company Corporation serves small business owners nationwide through its websites, and

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