Panel to Discuss District Offered Financial Incentives at this Month’s Entrepreneur Road Map
August 7th, 2014
The Government of the District of Columbia offers a variety of incentives for businesses who plan to open or relocate in the District. During the August edition of the WDCEP’s “Entrepreneur Road Map” series, the expert panel will present all of the incentives available for business owners to take advantage of by opening, relocating or expanding to DC. From the DC Tech incentives, the Hub Zone, to the Great Streets program and the Revenue Bond program, the DC government has put in place essential tools for businesses to succeed.
William Liggins, Director of the DC Revenue Bond Program, will give an overview of the DC Revenue Bond program and walk attendees through all of the steps necessary for benefiting from the program.
Ted Archer, Chief of Staff with the DC Department of Small and Local Business Development, will tackle the DC Hub Zones, Main Street Program and more.
Polina Bakhteiarov, Executive Director of the Great Streets program within the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, will discuss with attendees the Great Streets Program as well as the DigitalDC Tech Fund.
Join the WDCEP and our distinguished panel of speakers to find out what incentives are available, the eligibility requirements, as well as how to go about taking advantage of these incentives.
About Entrepreneur Road Map
The Entrepreneur Road Map Series is an initiative of the Washington, DC Economic Partnership in collaboration with the Small Business Administration, Venable LLP and Capital One Bank, that is aimed at guiding business owners on the intricacies of doing business in the District of Columbia. Attendees 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. The goal is to educate, provide networking opportunities as well addressing the needs of entrepreneurs in DC.