ICCC is excited to be returning to Washington, DC for the third year in 2020 thanks to our lead sponsor, Kaiser Permanente. Washington, DC is home to 175 ICCC alumni, and since their participation they have averaged 31% growth in revenue, created 628 jobs, and raised $15M in capital.
In light of the current situation, we have decided to offer the Inner City Capital Connections (ICCC) Washington, DC Opening Seminar as a virtual two-day seminar series that will take place the afternoons of September 22nd and September 24th.
For questions regarding the 2020 Washington, DC cohort, reach out directly to Maria Tata, Senior Program Coordinator, at (617) 238-3019 or email@example.com.
“I’m very glad I attend. [I gained] some really powerful information that will help shape my business venture. I look forward to continuing my education through ICCC.”
Zoweh Commercial Cleaning Group, 2019 ICCC Washington, DC Participant
ICCC has created the 2020 Washington DC Nominator Process Packet to best assist you through the nomination process. It outlines the various ways you can get involved as a nominator, the nomination and application timelines, best practices, and FAQs.
You can nominate business owners using our online Nomination Form, or by uploading your nominations to the ICCC Nomination Template and emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, August 4th. For questions about the nomination process, contact Maria Tata (617) 238-3019 or email@example.com.
Are you a business owner from Washington, DC and surrounding communities looking to pivot your business and to gain insights to help your business survive, recover and grow If so, apply to participate in ICCC today! The application deadline is Wednesday, August 25th.
The next step after completing the application is to complete a phone interview with ICCC. For questions about the application process, contact Maria Tata at (617) 238-3019 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“[ICCC] helped me find people who were similar to me in my line of business and who have had some of the struggles or concerns that I’ve had, and being able to really build a relationship with them.”
JLAN Solutions, 2017 ICCC Washington, DC Participant
We’ve created the Small Business Resource Center, which hosts a wide range of national and local resources aimed at supporting small businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic. You can find local Washington, DC resources here.