Apr 2017


The Washington, DC Chapter of SCORE, with over sixty members, both retired and working, has significant experience in the ownership, operation and/or management of both small and large businesses in many fields.

DCCH's Business Development Division offers support services and technical assistance designed to expand the capacities of small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs.

OTBA bring together businesses, residents and community organizations to build and sustain a vibrant commercial district and preserve the neighborhood’s rich history.


Apr 2017

SB Works

SB Works is a small business resource center for the District focused on supporting the goals and success of small business owners.

The AEDC Business Development Center through its affiliation with the DC-Small Business Development Center Network (DC-SBDC) provides free management, technical assistance and affordable training.


Nov 2015

HIVE 2.0

Creating a home for small businesses, artists, arts and cultural organizations to fulfill our commitment to the revitalization and sustainable economic development of Historic Anacostia.


Nov 2015

Capitol City CDC

CapCityCDC is a veteran-based training and service provider offering veterans education, training, certification, business development and entrepreneurial opportunities.

CHTDC offers business development services, on the job training, vocational training programs, and small business microloans.

DC Fashion Foundation is a a technical assistance program that helps individuals turn their dreams of fashion design into businesses or creative professionals start-up business.

EBOL, an outgrowth of the ministries of the Emory United Methodist Church, was established in 1996 as a not for profit, 501(c) 3 community development organization.

GWHCC Foundation‘s Small Business Assistance Program promotes and facilitates the success of Hispanic and other minority-owned businesses and the communities they serve.

DC SBDC Network delivers results-oriented consulting and training for pre-venture and existing local small businesses.

The Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC) equips Latinos and other DC-area residents with the skills and financial tools to create a better future for their families and communities.

DCWBC is a business development organization that serves women entrepreneurs in the Washington, DC Capitol Region.

Managed by Friends of Rhode Island Ave NE, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and dedicated to the economic revitalization of the commercial district of Rhode Island Ave NE.

The Ward 7 Business Partnership works with small businesses in underserved Ward 7 communities to help them find and connect with the information and resources they need to thrive.

WACIF is a nonprofit community development loan fund whose mission is to empower underserved communities and individuals in the Washington, DC metropolitan area by providing access to capital and technical assistance.