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Make plans to join DISB to hear about innovative alternatives to financing for District startups, emerging entrepreneurs and small businesses.
Organizations in the following areas should consider attending:
Access to capital options to be discussed at the event include programs administered by DISB: the District of Columbia Business Capital Program and an investment crowdfunding option, the DC-Only Securities Offering Exemption. DISB will also discuss DC BizCAP requirements and how small business owners and entrepreneurs can utilize the program." with "Access to capital options to be discussed at the event include DISB's District of Columbia Business Capital Program (DC BizCAP). DISB will also discuss DC BizCAP requirements and how small business owners, emerging entrepreneurs and startups can utilize the program."