Barry Glassman explains what’s going on in the national economy right now, including Bitcoin and the stock market. It looks like it’s a very prosperous time. Should people be optimistic?
Aaron Gregg is a reporter at the Washington Post and he covers a local business community
DC’s business community is boosted by immigrants and multinational businesses, particularly Latin American businesses.
Society is getting wiser on how to communicate its support of mistrust of politicians, movements and brands. Richard Levick offers insight on what to expect next.
The opportunity to do business overseas can create thousands of jobs for an economy and many for business. In the current environment, sometimes people scratch their head and wonder: Is this still a good time to do international business? Joshua Walker is the head of Global Strategic Initiatives with The Eurasia Group. Hes a diplomatic expert in international trade and business.
Chuck Brooks was recently named by LinkedIn as one of the top five people to follow in cybersecurity issues among its almost 500 million members
UPIC Health founder Mary Tucker carries three mantras: be happy, be awesome, and help others with becoming one and two.
One of the best-known and constant voices traveling the airways in the D.C. region is the host of the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Exciting emerging technologies are in the fields of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), according to Sam Sabin of DC Inno.
Mark Walsh, former head of the Office of Innovation and Investment at the Small Business Administration, shares his predictions on 2018. Walsh is a local angel investor and one of the pioneers of the modern internet.
Topics include the investment “donut hole”, D.C.’s seed-stage investor ecosystem, forging your own personal connections, and the changing D.C. market.
The region has a wealth of innovators and inventors. In both private and federal labs, it’s easy to imagine thousands of fantastic inventions ready to be part of the next big company, but the transition isn’t always easy, and not all inventions are created equal.
When it comes to inventions built in labs across the D.C. region, “the idea is that you would ultimately commercialize them and bring them to the market, and someone would use them,” said Bob Smith, Director of the Innovation Commercialization Assistance Program of Virginia at George Mason University.
Fosterly is once again conducting a startup census, with a form that is now easier to use, according to Adam Zuckerman, founder of Fosterly.
Fosterly collaborated with research experts from Virginia Tech to increase the scientific rigor of the 2017 census. The census report is a collaborative effort with commentary and analysis provided by some of our region’s leading subject matter experts.
Ross Baird, founder of Village Capital, believes that venture capital isn’t doing a good job of getting new ideas to society. In his new book, The Innovation Blind Spot, Baird explains that the industry could do more to spur innovation.