At this Entrepreneur Road Map, we delved deep into chapter six of our DC Doing Business Guide, focusing on considerations for small business owners when hiring employees.
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Learning how to deal with risk and prepare for potential exposure to loss is an important aspect in the business planning process.
This morning, the Washington, DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP) hosted a panel program featuring experts on job market talent and labor laws as part of its monthly Doing Business 2.0 series.
Join WDCEP on Wednesday, March 7, 2012 from 9:00 – 10:30am for our March Doing Business 2.0 event: Finding Talent and Labor Laws. In the March showing of DB2.0, our speakers will introduce new initiatives that the local government has put in place in order assist business in their hiring needs and also in improving the skills of worker to make them more adaptable to the supply of jobs available.
The WDCEP’s new website, WDCEP.com, not only has a brand new design, but new content and a new approach to economic development.
The newly released Finance and Governance of Capital Cities in Federal Systems was brought to life today at the WDCEP, where chapter authors and book editors spoke to an intimate crowd of interested stakeholders.
A $100,000 prize, three local DC businesses honored and an inspiring keynote address headlined the WDCEP’s 3rd Annual Small Business Awards.
EnviRelation, LLC composts restaurant waste and scraps and has emerged as the winner of the second annual WDCEP $100k Business Plan Competition.
EnviRelation, LLC; Wegora, LLC; and megree, Inc. have emerged as the three finalists in WDCEP’s annual $100,000 Business Plan Competition.
The 120 year old Weschler & Son, Digidoc, Inc and the DC Bar Pro Bono Program will be recognized at the WDCEP’s Small Business Awards.