DC Doing Business Guide Now Available in Spanish
The WDCEP has recently released the Spanish edition of the 2012 DC Doing Business Guide. a “how-to manual” that provides a step-by-step guide on how to start a new business or expand an existing business in the District of Columbia.
Demonstrating the District’s commitment to inclusivity, the DC Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs funded the translation and printing of 3,000 copies of the Spanish edition to be distributed at all local universities, business resources centers, and Spanish-speaking foreign embassies.
Previously published in English, the guide offers invaluable information and resources for small to large sized companies. Designed to help every type of business, the guide includes numerous public and private resources filled with indispensable information on making the most of your business in the District of Columbia.
The DC Doing Business Guide is divided into thirteen chapters covering everything from writing a business plan and defining ownership structure to business insurance and government contracting. In addition to helping businesses navigate the business licensing and registration process, find employees and financial incentives, the DC Doing Business Guide includes two new chapters on how to market your business and a technology company resource chapter.
The Spanish edition is available to consumers at the Washington DC Economic Partnership’s office located at 1495 F Street, NW, or for download on WDCEP’s website.