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Open Innovation in DC

Startup Lessons Learned

Something interesting is happening in Washington, DC right now. Right now, all three are present in DC. While I was in DC, I learned about this EO as well as the guidance document that instructs executive branch agencies on how to implement it. That's why I'm excited about what's happening in DC.

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Accelerator Spotlight: Influencer Direct

View from Seed

Dennis Chim (DC): Monetization is difficult for influencers, but social commerce has given them the ability to sell directly to their fans rather than referring away traffic to online retailers like Amazon. DC: Short-term: Do-it-yourself (DIY) social media influencers in the United States with 100K+ followers. Get to know the business.

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The Best Neighborhoods In Washington DC For Your Next Real Estate Investment


Washington, DC is routinely rated as one of the hottest real estate markets in the country, with high average rent. The post The Best Neighborhoods In Washington DC For Your Next Real Estate Investment appeared first on Young Upstarts. Grant McDonald shares his views on its investment potential.

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What would you want to tell Washington DC about startups?

Startup Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned by Eric Ries Tuesday, September 8, 2009 What would you want to tell Washington DC about startups? Im writing this post from an airplane headed to Washington DC, where Ill be presenting at the Government 2.0 Hope your presentation here in Washington, DC reaches a few new minds today. There are and we do.

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Business acrobatics and heroics that also deserve flyovers

deal architect

Here is one over Washington, DC. It's been wonderful to see Blue Angels, Thunderbirds and other planes do flyovers over different cities to honor front line workers during the COVID-19 crisis. While those flyovers have received media attention, very little.

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The Big Bang. The Lean LaunchPad explodes at University of Maryland

Steve Blank

The DC, Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) region represents the most fertile science and technology region in the country with about $30 billion in federally-funded R&D. We created the DC I-Corps Regional Node to teach the Lean LaunchPad curriculum to top scientists, innovators, and students from around the country and from our region.

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Visiting DC and the Case Foundation

David Teten

I’m visiting Washington, DC, this week and will attend a HBS Club of Washington, DC, lunch this Thursday at The Case Foundation. RSVP for this lunch on Thursday, noon, in Washington DC. Specifically: Michael Smith will discuss: -Case Foundation mission and what makes it unique (and successful)? -Any

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