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FREE Directory Listing for Businesses in D.C., Maryland & Virginia

Some of the best things in life are free and we understand that.  That’s why we are giving away a FREE directory listing on our website DMV CEO for a limited time. To take advantage of this, you simply have to complete the questionnaire below and you will be contact by someone from our team to verify your listing. You can ...

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Washington D.C. Entrepreneur Helps Parents Cut out the Search

Parents can understand the importance of finding activities for their children. These activities can help both children and parents learn the importance of staying active and learning lessons. The only downside is the stress and time it takes to actually find the right activities. For Danielle Larkins, founder of tiny-trots, helping put all the information in one place was a ...

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Entrepreneurs Create an Easier Way to Comprehend Data

For many people, data and the field of science can be intimidating. All the numbers and interpreting the information can leave you feeling lost. For Merav Yuravlivker, co-founder of Data Society, helping professionals to solve problems in an intuitive manner is key to understanding. We sat down with Merav and learned more about the founding team, advice for aspiring entrepreneurs, ...

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Washington Entrepreneur Gives Parents Help with Newborns

Being a new mother is hard. This is especially true when there are a load of other things to care for and worry about. When the hospital time is over, parents are sent home and left trying to figure out what to do from there. Necessity and personal experience helped Denise Stern found her company. Let Mommy Sleep, a newborn ...

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DMV Business Owners Makes Finding Translations a Cinch

Business is an international language. But sometimes things can get lost in translation. Finding fast, professional translators can be a major issue for some companies. Being able to effectively communicate with clients and fellow business owners from all over the world is important. Ofer Shoshan, CEO of One Hour Translation, makes finding fast translations easier than ever. Tell us about ...

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A Love for Insight and Innovation Leads One Entrepreneur to Build a Business

Insight and innovation are two things an entrepreneur almost has to have in his or her arsenal. Having the ability to look deeper and understand problems and your organization is a key component to everything from fully supporting your team to understanding your customers. For Coonoor Behal, founder of Mindhatch, learning the value of insight and innovation gave her the ...

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Our Startup DMV eBook Now Available for FREE at CEO Blog Nation

We are proud to announce that our Startup DMV: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Doing Business in Washington D.C., Maryland & Virginia eBook is now available for FREE in the CEO Blog Nation shop. Get your copy today! Simply, add the free copy to your cart in the CEO Blog Nation store and you will get a copy delivered directly to your ...

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7 Business Owners Explain Why the DMV is a Good Place to Be an Entrepreneur

There are few areas more energized and engaging with entrepreneurs than DMV. Short for D.C., Maryland, and Virginia, DMV is quickly becoming the haven if you’re looking to form your own company or find bright minds to partner with. The proximity to large cities and an ever-evolving entrepreneurial spirit makes the area a perfect place to be if you’re in ...

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Female Entrepreneur Makes Changing Your Married Name a Cinch

DMV CEO sat down with entrepreneur, founder and CEO of MissNowMrs.com, Danielle Tate. She discusses the beginning of her business, the future of MissNowMrs.com, and why the DMV is such a great place to be when you’re an entrepreneur. Can you tell us a little bit about you, and what brought you to start MissNowMrs.com? Back in 2005 I was in ...

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Minority Enterprise Development Week Conference Brings Entrepreneurs to Focus on Opportunities

Over 650 business leaders and owners attended the the National Minority Enterprise Development Week Conference  which took place on Thursday & Friday at the Washington Hilton in Washington D.C. Started over 30 years ago, the Conference was established as a way for minority-owned firms to gain access to resources and connections to grow and expand their businesses domestically and internationally. ...

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