The head of GlobalPhone Corporation describes how proximity to the federal government is an advantage in a fast-moving industry. A small company uses specialized talent and refined focus to stay ahead in the competitive telecommunications landscape.
It’s not a question of whether a given company will be hacked — it is a question of when. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure… but how?
A whole generation of employees grew up being nurtured and coached, and they expect the same from their employers, says talent expert Jennifer Ives.
A census of D.C.-area entrepreneurs reflects what the region needs to attract more entrepreneurs and small businesses, says Fosterly founder Adam Zuckerman.
CEO/Co-Founder of Canvas James Quigley says the Greater Washington Region is unparalleled in promoting and producing profitable innovation companies.
Dr. Chip Petricoin founded a local company specializing in precision cancer analysis. The procedure uses molecular profiling of tumors to be able to offer a personalized treatment to each cancer patient. Petricoin explains why this region was the perfect setting to foster this cutting-edge technology.
Communications expert Cary Hatch describes how Washington, D.C. has a reputation for being stiff and bureaucratic, even though data show that the region is innovative and has a unique, creative form of entrepreneurship.
In the past decade, multiple local banks in the greater Washington region have merged or been bought, leaving entrepreneurs and small businesses with fewer options for sources of capital.
One of the top innovation investors in the region shares impressions of what the national capital has to offer, and why business is booming.
Founder and CEO of LEVICK, a public relations firm based in Washington, D.C. says some companies will have no choice but to react to the #GrabYourWallet campaign because boycotts are hitting their bottom line.
Many are starting to take notice as Washington, D.C. blossoms into a region which is bolstering the work of female entrepreneurs and fostering strong networks with federal agencies in the nation’s capital.
Booz Allen Hamilton continues to embrace innovation, technology and analytics. VP Michael Isman explains how the 103-year-old McLean-based federal management consulting firm is staying ahead of the curve in 2017.
The co-founder of Honest Tea came to Washington, D.C. for the politics, but stayed for the values-driven economy.
With access to international conferences, politicians and a variety of red carpet events, D.C. is a great place for a limousine company to flourish. The head of Reston Limousine explains how the capital city made it easy to succeed.
Get set for tax reform to be the marquee battle pitting business interests against each other as they seek to protect their piece of the pie. Specifically, the border adjustment tax, a proposal that would make significant changes to the corporate tax structure.