Washington DC has a fast growing startup ecosystem, and entrepreneurs here are lucky to have so many resources available to help them in their journey. However, many people don't know about all of the resources available, the differences between them, or what resources are right for them. At this online and interactive event, we will gather representatives from different entrepreneurial organizations, including Halcyon, Startup Grind and All Raise and top local entrepreneurs, to outline the local resources and provide tips on how to build a startup in Washington DC.
About the Ecosystem Organizations:
- Halcyon: https://www.halcyonhouse.org/ : Halcyon accelerates the impact-driven future of business with a non-dilutive program. Halcyon believes there's a competitive advantage to having a social mission in your DNA, and that impact-driven businesses represent a powerful opportunity to drive equity and inclusivity in the workplace and society.
- Startup Grind: https://www.startupgrind.com/columbia-md/ : Startup Grind is a community of startups, early-stage, high growth companies, small, medium, and large businesses regardless of industry or market, investors, educators, influencers, and the business you’ve been planning but haven’t started yet!
- All Raise : https://www.allraise.org/about/chapters : All Raise DC chapter takes advantage of the region’s unique landscape, developing programming and community engagement that drives local impact for women and nonbinary individuals in the tech ecosystem.
Who Should Attend?
- Anyone who is launching or thinking about launching a local startup
- Anyone who wants to meet local investors, accelerators, co-working spaces, and founders
- Anyone who wants to learn about the resources available for local entrepreneurs
What is the Agenda?
- Panel Discussion with Representatives from Top Local Organizations
- Question and Answer Session
- Online Networking
For more information about the investors, incubators, and tech events available in Washington DC, see our list of Startup Resources