Clare Flannery of MDB Communications explains how businesses in the DC region have banded together to improve metro. She says the Metro Now Coalition is a sign of how DC, Maryland and Virginia can work together as a region to reach a common goal.
Jim Dinegar, at the Kogod School of Business, explains why low unemployment rates might be an opportunity for growth in the D.C. region. With a wide margin of unfilled tech jobs in the area, Dinegar lays out a plan for using education to solve the issue.
A full-length discussion on company boards, why women are still under-represented, and specific tips on how to boost the female presence to better reflect the customers companies serve. Denise Keane, Andi Cullins and Andrew Sherman.
An international expert in Middle Eastern politics and economics in Washington, DC has found an interesting creative outlet in a podcast called Sunday Blues — which isn’t even really about music.
A report last year estimated upwards of 800 million jobs worldwide will be lost to robotics and automation. “And while that’s true, I think the real story is how many jobs will be created by the need to support, and build, and program, and put in place those robotics and automation,” says the founder of WorkHarmony.
Do entrepreneurs deal with crises and changes in their lives differently from non-entrepreneurs?
Mergers and acquisitions, the process of businesses being sold and bought is basically the life blood of any entrepreneurial region, and our region is a hotbed for emerging acquisitions activity in the United States.
A conference on the future of technology here in the D.C. region deals with advanced technology and policy-making.
“I get to travel the world, speaking at the largest events in the world, sharing multiple messages, but ultimately, it’s an element of storytelling, and hopefully moving the audience to make a decision.”
There’s $25 million of new venture capital available in this region for startup entrepreneurs, according to Andy Jones, managing director of the Maryland Venture Fund. Where is that money being invested, and who will the winners be?
Women in STEM, why women are reluctant to enter the sciences and why we still have a long way to go on gender equality in both the classroom and the workforce.
Millennials, as a group, are the largest demographic cohort in the United States. They are driving economies, they’re driving behavior, and much to the surprise of baby boomers, they’re becoming a more and more important…
Greater Washington Partnership is composed of 20 members representing companies such as Under Armour, Capital One, and MedImmune. It addresses issues such as workforce development, and has released a report on the tech workforce in the region.
Stephen Fuller’s latest report, Amazon’s HQ2 bids in the region and what to expect in the coming weeks from Andy Medici, money reporter for Washington Business Journal.