Cybersecurity and artificial intelligence small businesses in the greater Washington region will likely see an injection of federal funding in the coming year.
Cherian Thomas, chairman and CEO of Spotluck, explains why Washington, D.C. was the perfect place to launch his restaurant app. He started the company that gives diners daily discounts on local restaurants in D.C.
Unions face a unique future as robotics and the new Trump administration will challenge their existence. Richard Levick, founder and CEO of Levick, discusses how unionized labor will need to adapt to stay relevant, plus whether unions can transition to more white-collar labor as automation gradually eliminates more and more blue-collar jobs in America.
David Petr, president and CEO of the Montgomery Country Economic Development Corporation describes how he wants to lead Montgomery County’s business community into a national leader. Petr started the job in September 2016 and has worked to emphasize the many assets provided by the region to take the county to another level.
President-elect Donald Trump watched four F-35s fly over the Army-Navy Game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. Forty-eight hours later, he fired off a tweet that would cost the company that built the F-35 nearly $4 billion.
Michigan is latest example of a state providing the framework for testing and deployment of autonomous vehicles.
What do NGOs and organizations targeted by President-elect Donald Trump do following his election? Many of them are collecting record numbers of donations and subscribers, explains weekly contributor Richard Levick, founder and CEO of Levick.
The District of Columbia is shepherding in some smart city initiatives to set the nation’s capital apart. Ryan Ferguson, DC Inno’s general manager, says Washington, D.C. is testing projects such as energy and lighting.
Julian Everly Shervington Wright, co-founder and CEO of SHOTZU, describes himself as a “full stack hustler” here in Washington, D.C. Wright talks about how he started out as an entrepreneur in Atlanta and why he moved to the nation’s capital and not New York City to start SHOTZU, an on-demand photography service.
Zvi Band, CEO and co-founder of Contactually, is on of the leaders of the movement in D.C. as he is one of the success stories for the region.
The way we consume content has changed and consumers have a variety of options thanks largely to innovation that has occurred over the last decade.
This week’s show features influential local entrepreneur Tien Wong, who explains how and when to pivot your business, as well as regular columnists Joshua Baca and Richard Levick, who provide expert insight into important current trends affecting the interplay between business and policy.
Many expect net neutrality to be at risk, explains Joshua Baca, senior vice president at DDC Public Affairs, under a Republican President and Republican Congress.
Don Russell, a long-time antitrust lawyer who has worked with the Department of Justice, talks about the current antitrust debates he sees.