Doing Business 2.0: Financial Incentives
June 5, 2013
Being in proximity to the Federal Government has many benefits for business owners. Business owners are able to take advantage of many incentives offered from both the federal and local government. The government of the District of Columbia offers numerous incentives for entrepreneurs who are looking to locate or expand their business in DC, including the Great Streets program, the Enterprise Zone program and the DC Tech Incentive program.
Join the WDCEP on Wednesday, June 12th to learn all about these programs and more. Come early to network at 8:30am, with the program starting promptly at 9:00am.
Andre Byers, Director, Great Streets Initiative Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Developement
Jenifer Boss, Director of Business Development Sectors, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development
Greg Johnson, Project Manager, DC Revenue Bonds and Enterprise Zone Program Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development
David Arriola, Business Development Specialist, Finance and Capital Funding Department of Small and Local Business Development
About Doing Business 2.0
Doing Business2.0 is an initiative of the Washington, DC Economic Partnership directly drawn from our Doing Business in DC publication. The publication is a step-by-step guide for entrepreneurs on how to start or expand a business in DC. Speakers include regional university faculty members, business professionals from DC business resource centers, venture capitalists, and entrepreneurs with successful business ventures. Doing Business 2.0 is an asset for both start-ups and existing businesses. Entrepreneurs and business owners will gain access to some of the city’s top thought-leaders and have the opportunity to network with panelists and other attendees. In WDCEP’s effort to attract, retain and grow businesses in the District, this initiative is an essential educational tool and resource for all those doing business in the nation’s capital.