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Certifying as an 8(a) Company 3/1/2022

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March 1, 2022, 12:00pm EST

Learn the benefits and eligibility requirements of the federal government’s 8(a) program and find out how to become certified as an 8(a) company. Registration Fee: $25. Read more

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Creating a Quick Business Plan - 2/10/2022

Event Language: English
February 10, 2022, 12:00pm EST

You have a great business idea, but what is the next step? In this webinar we show you how to write your Value Proposition and draft a one-page business plan. Registration Fee: $25 Read more

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SCORE DC Client Michael Canty Secures $60M Federal IDIQ Contract

Article Language: English
October 4, 2021

Congratulations to Michael Canty on his company’s success and thanks to his SCORE mentors for supporting him throughout his entrepreneurial journey.

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Small Business Resiliency and Creativity in a Time of Covid

Article Language: English
August 4, 2021

The stories behind this year’s four winners of our Black Entrepreneur Pitch Event highlight the resiliency and creativity of small businesses in a time when so many small businesses were negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Pitch Winner: Mark Dozier and The Compass

Article Language: English
July 9, 2021

It is a good thing that Mark Dozier has an air of calm and confidence about him. For 20+ years, he has helped businesses plan and prepare for all types of crises from mass casualties to cyberattacks. Building on this experience and expertise, Mark founded his own ‘continuity of operations’ company in 2012, Critical Path Solutions, which has primarily worked with government clients.

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Pitch Winner: Charlene Brown and CNA Simulations VR

Article Language: English
July 7, 2021

The shortage of Certified Nurse Assistants pre-dates the pandemic, but it was the pandemic that stirred public health physician and technology entrepreneur Dr. Charlene Brown to tackle the issue. With the aging Baby Boomer generation, the problem would grow only more acute.

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