Doing Business In Washington, DC
This summer the Washington, DC Marketing Center will release its newest publication, Doing Business in Washington, DC, an updated version of last year’s Starting Your Business in Washington, DC.
Doing Business in Washington, DC offers many extras that will help start-up companies looking to locate in the District as well as businesses that already exist in other states and are seeking to relocate to the District of Columbia. The guide has a step-by-step layout that is easy to read and easy to follow.
This guide is a comprehensive reference tool for doing business in the District and works to reduce the anxiety many business owners experience when starting a business and working with DC’s local government. The guide helps business owners focus on their business plans more effectively by providing a flow-chart format with information on start-up conditions, registration and licensing, options for business financing, business taxes, financial incentives, business insurance, how to do business with the District Government and several listings of resource centers that will help each step of the way.
The Marketing Center will officially release the publication at “Navigating Through Local Business Resources,” a seminar sponsored by the Marketing Center and the DC Chamber of Commerce. The seminar will be held on Thursday, July 14, 2005, 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. at the Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel, 999 9th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001.
To learn more about doing business in DC and the upcoming event, please contact the Marketing Center at 202-661-8670 or visit the Starting a Business section on this website.