Welcome to WTOP’s Small Business September 2023!
This is our second year spending the early fall spotlighting small and medium-sized businesses across the DMV. We’re excited to share tips, tactics and insights to help your business launch, grow and succeed.
Bookmark this page and visit frequently as will be adding new stories and interviews throughout the month.
Learn and enjoy!
When DC Bilingual Public Charter School needed to renovate its building, EagleBank stepped in and guided the school through the financing process, ultimately helping it become a thriving, state-of-the-art facility where young students go to learn.
In business for 40-plus years, K. Neal Truck and Bus Center continues to evolve as fleets across our region increasingly move to electric vehicles.
Sponsored by the Greater Washington Board of Trade
Running a salon in the post-COVID landscape can be described as a blend of relief, adaptation and creativity.
"We love dogs, and we love our human clients as well, so it's a perfect blend for us." The facility aims to provide a personalized experience as part of its dog training services.
The pandemic sent shock waves through the restaurant industry, leaving local business owners grappling with challenges they never expected to encounter.
In an era dominated by digital streaming and instant gratification, D.C. record shop HR Records embraces the old-school sound of vinyl.
Running a toy store can be a fun and rewarding experience, and it offers a unique blend of nostalgia, creativity and community engagement.
Somewhat of an unlikely entrepreneur, Logan Galbreath opened the storefront in Bethany Beach six years ago, after she’d dropped out of college.