WDCEP Launches Initial Start-Up Considerations Initiative
Initial Start-Up Considerations, an initiative of the Washington, DC Economic Partnership’s BusinessPremier program, was developed to actively engage targeted communities through entrepreneurship training and tutorials on the use of the 2008 Doing Business in DC Guide Book (published in English, Spanish, Korean, Chinese and Vietnamese).
This series and its publication have been sponsored by a generous grant from the Neighborhood Investment Fund administered by the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning & Economic Development. WDCEP’s BusinessPremier program has partnered with various CDC, EDCs, Main Streets and Ward Business Councils to effectively reach our targeted audience.
Initial Start-Up Considerations workshops will be held at various locations throughout the months of February and March.
To find a program in your local community, please see neighborhoods, dates and times listed below:
Development Corporation of Columbia Heights,
3419 14th Street, NW
Marshall Heights Community Development,
East River Bagel, 3839 Minnesota Ave, NE
Bloomingdale, Eckington, Brookland, Edgewood
Ward 5 Business Council,
Woodridge Library Rhode Island Ave. & 18th St. NE
Pap & Petey’s
421 H St NE
Washington, DC 20002
Brightwood & Upper Georgia Ave.
Emory Beacon of Light & Upper Georgia Ave Main Street,
Emory United Methodist Church,
6100 Georgia Ave, NW,
Anacostia, Bellevue, Congress Heights, Washington Highlands
Ward 8 Business Council
2100 MLK Jr. Avenue, S.E. 3rd Floor Conference Room
Washington, DC 20020
Logan Circle & Shaw
Bus Boys & Poets
5th & K Street
Initial Start-Up Considerations training workshops are conducted by:
Natalie M. Cofield,
Director, Industry & Business Development
Washington, DC Economic Partnership
Initial Start-Up Considerations programs are free and open to the general public. Registration is not required. Please reference above for neighborhood, location and time.