Monthly Archives: May 2016

Washington Business Journal: Region’s innovation economy needs boost or risks being ‘laggards’

Greater Washington builds great startups – we just can’t keep them here. Over the past 20 years, 105 D.C. area startups were sold for more than $1 billion, but only 16 of those deals kept the businesses in the region, according to a new report examining innovation in the D.C. area. And out of 6,000 […]

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Our Region is Entrepreneurial

The Roadmap for the Washington Region’s Economic Future done by Dr. Stephen Fuller found our region’s lack of “entrepreneurial culture” to be a constraint to business growth. And, that the region’s roots and traditions as a Federal City, have left the region with a reputation as  bureaucratic  and  better  suited  to  administration  and management  of  […]

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