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The Washington, DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP) & Small Business Administration (SBA) hosted 50+ small businesses and entrepreneurs at the Alternative Sources of Funding event held on September 26, …

The Washington, DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP) & Small Business Administration (SBA) hosted 50+ small businesses and entrepreneurs at the Alternative Sources of Funding event held on September 26, 2013.

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  • 1. It is the mission of the Washington, DC Economic Partnership a 501(c)(3) organization to promote business opportunities throughout the District of Columbia and to contribute to business retention and attraction activities.
  • 2. It is the mission of the Washington, DC Economic Partnership a 501(c)(3) organization to promote business opportunities throughout the District of Columbia and to contribute to business retention and attraction activities. business development retail attraction & expansion market tools & resources site location assistance
  • 3. Site Location Assistance
  • 4. 2/20/09 Site Location Assistance
  • 5. Publications
  • 6. Doing Business 2.0
  • 7. Business Development | DCDB
  • 8. AccelerateDC Venture Mentoring Service • The AccelerateDC Venture Mentoring Service (AccelerateDC VMS) is an initiative of the Washington, DC Economic Partnership that offers a free and confidential service for technology-based businesses in the DC area. Based off of the highly successful model of the MIT Venture Mentoring Service, AccelerateDC VMS uses a team-based approach to mentoring where entrepreneurs are paired with a team of 4-5 experienced volunteer mentors who offer a wealth of knowledge, entrepreneurial business experience, and extensive networks to young entrepreneurs. • Through their expert advice, guidance and connections, mentors can boost the chances of a startup’s success by motivating and mentoring founders during hard times and steering them through challenges and risks. Mentor guidance may be given across a broad range of business activities, including: how to perfect products and services, identify new markets, explore intellectual property options, resolve founder issues, and much more.
  • 9. 2/20/09 Internal Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
  • 10. ICSC Successes Since 2001 • 80 retailers & restaurants opened in DC • 1.3 M sq. ft.
  • 11. 2/20/09 Retail Attraction | Neighborhood Bus Tours
  • 12. Learn more at wdcep.com