Pros: Great environment Lots of social stuff Super friendly people Training Access to managers Great system Great clients Great reputation
Cons: Some more budget for social events!
DSBLD's Innovation & Equitable Development Office will host a second half day Hackathon and demo day to support projects that support reentry and entrepreneurship. Building off the Aspire to Entreprenuership program and the December all-stakeholders round table, this event is for anyone would like to learn more about local equitable business development and support community-led efforts.
The majority of this session will be led by the Institute for Justice will examine how navigating and complying with DC's business regulations can present obstacles for returning citizens and other local entrepreneurs. Through an interactive activity, IJ will present research and engage attendees to crowdsource soultions and discuss what is required to start a business in DC. Bring your experience and insights to help the group work through ideas that could alleviate burdens for entrepeneurs working on a shoestring budget.
If you have questions, please reach out to Kate Mereand at Katherine.Mereand-Sinha@dc.gov.