Washington D.C. Business
The idea for MissNowMrs.com came as a direct result of my personal name change experience. After several trips to government offices and quite a few tears, my husband and I decided that there should be a name change service that simplified the entire process for brides and newlyweds nationwide! My pain, your gain.
We’ve personally and painstakingly researched the name change procedure for each state and broken it into three easy steps: Questions, Forms & File. Your MissNowMrs.com account will guide you through all three steps in 30 minutes, saving you the approximate 13 hours associated with struggling through name change form research and completion on your own. Don’t have everything ready? Don’t stress, you can sign up now and you’ll have up to six months to complete the process.
MissNowMrs.com is more than a website, we’re a group of experts devoted to making your name change process a breeze. We make sure that your forms and filing instructions are the most up-to-date versions available. Consider us your name change fairy godmothers!
SCORE, America’s premier source of free and confidential business advice for entrepreneurs and small businesses, is a nonprofit association dedicated to entrepreneur education and the formation, growth and success of small business nationwide.
Our volunteers provide face-to-face business mentoring and low cost workshops for aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners. This website and our National website (www.score.org) offer extensive “how-to” information, business resources, online mentoring and webinars.
Through the Greater Washington DC Chapter of SCORE, you can get confidential counseling and mentoring from over 50 successful executives, with hundreds of years of relevant business experience – make an appointment now.
A lifestyle blog and platform for individuals that are interested in life coaching services.
TOTTSEE is a non-profit Christian organization that was established in 2013. Our commitment is to empower our youth of tomorrow through hard work, dedication and perseverance. Our goal is to prepare our youth for any type of sports they wish to participate in to reach their God given talents. We are dedicated to inspiring the youth to strive to be extraordinary not just on the field, but in their classroom among their peers, teachers, family and friend.
We feel that through sporting recreational activities it gives our youth purpose and a sense of being part of something positive I the community and abroad. It helps to redirect them from participating in unlawful and gang affiliated activities. It is our sworn duty to ensure that each child that participates in one of TOTTSEE tournaments or special events will always experience an event of a life time.
A DREAM DOESN’T BECOME REALITY THROUGH MAGIC IT TAKES SWEAT, DETERMINATION AND HARD WORK…COLIN POWELL
Since 2009, the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative has equipped students with the knowledge, skills, and resources to launch viable new businesses that create wealth and add value to society. As the initiative works to build a culture of entrepreneurship across the Georgetown community, the McDonough School of Business recognizes an opportunity to mentor and support our students and young alumni who have turned their passions into viable entrepreneurial ventures.
Aligning with the Jesuit values of Georgetown University, the Leonsis Family Entrepreneurship Prize honors and supports Georgetown students who have launched or are preparing to launch new business ventures that will address problems in the world around them. Each year, teams or individuals compete to win an amount determined from the annual limit of $100,000. Ultimately, the Leonsis Family Entrepreneurship Prize builds awareness around the innovation and accomplishments of Georgetown’s entrepreneurs and strengthens the university’s reputation as a place where ambitious students can turn their passions into entrepreneurial ventures.
Current Georgetown undergraduate and graduate students, as well as Georgetown alumni within six months of graduation, are eligible for the prize and may be nominated as individuals or as teams. Georgetown’s Entrepreneurs-in-Residence provide valuable mentorship to the Leonsis prize recipients as they develop and pursue their ventures. Recipients of the prize are selected through a rigorous nomination, application, and review process.
Capital City Cooperative, LLC recruits career-driven women in the Washington, DC Metro region for membership with the purpose of leveraging women in the Cooperative to achieve your personal and professional goals. The Cooperative empowers women through professional development and volunteer opportunities to hone valuable skills needed for advancement.
By creating a network of high-performing women, we cultivate an environment of collaboration and advancement and encourage members to elevate each other for the betterment of our community.
District Bridges is enriching neighborhood vitality by bridging community engagement and economic development opportunities so individuals, businesses, and organizations can thrive together.
District Bridges is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to enrich neighborhood vitality by bridging community engagement and economic development opportunities so individuals, businesses, and organizations can thrive together.
If you are a resident of Washington, DC, or if your business is based in Washington, DC, you may be eligible for FREE consulting services for your startup or small business.
There’s an opportunity through Washington DC’s Small Business Technical Assistance (SBTA) program for qualifying local startups and small businesses to get *FREE* consulting services to help them launch and scale.
Greg Payne supports the SBTA program. He would love to get connected to great DC-area startups and small businesses that you know about that may need support! Please use the link below to connect with Greg and he’ll send over the next steps.
At Emerging Market Enterprises (EME) we work with high-potential startups and small businesses as they encounter challenges on their path to growth and scale. We help our clients develop effective go-to-market strategies, we support them as they test market fit, and we guide them as they evaluate financing options when they require external capital. With our broad experience in the public, private, and non-profit sectors, EME delivers a full set of services to ambitious entrepreneurs and business owners as they realize the full potential of their enterprises.
Stories of Georgetown Entrepreneurs & the Companies They’ve Launched
Venture Forward is a series of conversations with Georgetown entrepreneurs that explores the roads they’ve traveled to launch their companies, and the peaks, valleys, and unexpected turns that mark their paths. Venture Forward is a series of conversations with Georgetown entrepreneurs that explores the roads they’ve traveled to launch their companies, and unexpected turns that mark their paths. Season One features the stand out companies that won Georgetown’s most prominent pitch competition