Washington, D.C. Small Business Owner Highlight

One D.C. entrepreneur made the rare decision to forfeit her high-paying career at a law firm and embrace her creative side by going into the kitchen and whipping up cake pops. That daring leap led Yael Krigman to open the area’s first-ever store dedicated to cake pops, a cakepoppery called Baked by Yael.

As a buttoned-up law firm associate, Krigman’s desire for a more lighthearted work environment began when she started a tradition known as “Monday Treats,” where she would bring in baked goods she made from scratch to counteract the doldrums of her office environment.

Washington, D.C. Events

lunes, mayo 20, 2024 | 3:00pm ET

Access to quality benefits like affordable healthcare and childcare is critical for ensuring small businesses can attract and retain a competitive and skilled workforce.

Roundtable | National
martes, mayo 28, 2024 | 2:30pm ET

Since its inception more than 70 years ago, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has helped millions of small businesses across the country access the capital and resources needed to thrive and grow.

Workshop | National

Washington, D.C. Policy

Browse our latest state-based regulatory comments and legislative testimony in this area below, or click the button to view all records.
miércoles, noviembre 7, 2018

LaJuanna Russell, founder and president of Business Management Associates, Inc.

martes, octubre 10, 2017

Erik Rettig, Mid-Atlantic Director for Small Business Majority, testified on October 10, 2017 in support of implementation of Washington, D.C.'s paid family leave legislation.

miércoles, febrero 23, 2022

Today, Government Affairs Director, Awesta Sarkash, submitted a letter to the DC Council's Committee on Health and Business & Economic Development opposing B24-0305, the Professional Employer Oganization Registration Act of 2021.