Name: Tinia Pina Business Name: Re-Nuble URL to website: http://www.re-nuble.com Twitter: Re_Nuble Facebook: Re–Nuble I grew up in Fairfax County and slowly migrated south to Prince William County where I attended both middle school and high school and ending my collegiate career in Blacksburg, Virginia at Virginia Tech. I lived and worked in the DMV area for at least six ...Read More »
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A lot is going on in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia with startups, business owners and entrepreneurs. It is a great place to be an entrepreneur. Here are some great articles you should read from the week of November 11, 2012. Why is the DMV a Great Place to be an Entrepreneur? [ANSWERS] – (DMV CEO) – Dana Taylor of Intelligent Ethos explains ...Read More »
Bank of America released the fall 2012 Small Business Owner Report, a semi-annual study exploring the concerns, aspirations and perspectives of small business owners across the country. The shows the state of business and entrepreneurship in Washington D.C. Check out the infographic here. Here are some of the findings: The majority of Greater Washington’s small business owners are planning on sustaining or growing ...Read More »
The Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia, or DMV, area is a hub of thriving startup companies. This has become so apparent that there are many investors who have focused on that area in order to help entrepreneurs get their businesses off the ground sooner. There many well-known startups from the DMV area and here’s a smidgen of information on 10 of them. ...Read More »
Name: Dana Taylor Business Name: Intelligent Ethos®, Inc. Website: www.intelligentethos.com Twitter: @EthosGold Facebook: www.facebook.com/intelligent.ethos LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/intelligent-ethos-inc After growing up and attending college in Tennessee, I have lived and worked in the DMV for 12 years. Being here converted me into an entrepreneur. Now, the area feeds my entrepreneurial appetite each and every day. Related Post: Why Washington D.C. is a Great ...Read More »
A lot is going on in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia of startups, business owners and entrepreneurs. It is a great place to be an entrepreneur. Here are some great articles you should read from the week of November 4, 2012. Why is the DMV a Great Place to be an Entrepreneur? [ANSWERS] – (DMV CEO) Ron Schmelzer of Bizelo ...Read More »
Over the next few days, Georgetown will become a campus filled with creativity and innovation both of which are the distinguishing of the many entrepreneurs who will travel from across the world for Georgetown Entrepreneurship Day. The event is for members of the “Georgetown and area community to interact with world-class entrepreneurs, hear students pitch their ideas and network with alumni and ...Read More »
Name: Ron Schmelzer Business name: Bizelo URL to website: http://www.bizelo.com Twitter: @Bizelo Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bizelo First, Baltimore is relatively small in size and a smaller economy compared to others in its region is both a plus and a minus. It’s much easier here to get visibility in front of the local market, media, and customers. The region has significant strength in education, health, government (especially around ...Read More »
The United States Chamber of Commerce is the worlds largest business organization that represents the interest of over 3 million businesses in various parts of the country. The Chamber of Commerce supports businesses of various structures and sizes including mom-and-pop shops to some of the largest companies and corporations in the world. The Chamber was started in April 22, 1912 ...Read More »
DCEW 2012 from Triangle Blvd on Vimeo. If you’re looking for a lecture, you’d better go see your parents, because you’re not going to find any at D.C. Entrepreneurship Week 2012. Organizers of the week-long event cringe at the words panel or speech. We prefer “featured guests, discovery sessions,” said Jon Leonardo, co-founder of DCEW. “We are different,” he said. ...Read More »