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Dr. Scott goes to Washington

When Monica J. Scott touched down in Washington, D.C. on May 11, 2015, she had no idea the magnitude of the event she was about to take part in.

Gathering at our nation’s capital for Small Business Majority’s inaugural Small Business Leadership Summit, Scott was a member of a group of the best and brightest small business owners who came to voice their opinions to policymakers, hoping to institute real change that would benefit the greater small business community.

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Small business leaders take Washington by storm at Inaugural Leadership Summit

What happens when you put more than 100 small business owners in a room together to discuss the biggest issues facing small businesses today? That’s what we found out during our inaugural Small Business Leadership Summit, a three-day event of education, collaboration and action that took place May 11-13 in our nation’s capitol.

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Two engineers join forces to “nspire” their community

What started as a chance encounter between two community-minded engineers at a conference blossomed into a lasting partnership and an innovative small business focused on public engagement and environmental planning.

Nspiregreen, the brainchild of business partners Veronica Davis and Chancee Lundy, is a Washington, D.C.-based environmental and urban planning consulting firm.

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When It Comes to Our Economy, Washington Can Do Something Before the Mid-Term Elections

Small Business Majority CEO John Arensmeyer

The level of inaction in Washington is stunning.

The relief among pundits, news hounds and politicians was palpable when insiders announced last week that Congress is expected to pass a temporary funding bill to keep the government open past the end of the month.

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Sumner Furniture Brings a Little Feng Shui to the Stuffy Office Environment

Office furniture is often just a boring afterthought for many. But Sumner Furniture sets out to put the fun in functional when it comes to adorning offices with top-notch furniture.

Jeff Thorner, the self-proclaimed Furniture Guy, is the founder and CEO of Sumner Furniture in Washington, D.C., and he’s on a mission to help make your office stand out.

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The Sharpest Business on the D.C. Block

If there’s one place in the country it’s harder to cut through the doublespeak than any other, it’s Washington, D.C. But one small business is up to the task, so to speak.

DC Sharp!, owned by Derek Swanson, excels in sharpening knives so keen even the sharpest D.C. operator would be impressed. But it’s their technique of using Japanese waterstones to do so that truly makes them unique.

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