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Union Kitchen and Compass Coffee join forces to offer free entrepreneurship classes

Union Kitchen and Compass Coffee are teaming up to offer free classes to would-be entrepreneurs. The new endeavor is called Made in DC.

Who's hiring in DC: District Doughnut, Young Playwrights' Theater, The Duke and the Duck

Today's jobs are a little off the beaten path--we're serving up doughnuts and theater alongside our normal dose of development, design and marketing jobs.

After expanding to LA, DC's Power Supply acquires two more businesses

Power Supply, a local healthy meal provider in the paleo and vegetarian space, has acquired D.C-based Healthy Bites and Los Angeles-based eliteEATS.

Who's hiring in DC: Aquicore, Phone2Action, TransitScreen

Not going to SXSW? Why don't you look for a new gig instead? We've got 32 in this week's edition of our jobs post.

DC's first crowdfunded restaurant concept, Prequel, 40 percent funded after 6 days

Prequel, a rotating pop-up for restaurant concepts in the former LivingSocial event space in Northwest, is the first project to be funded under the D.C. government's new intrastate equity crowdfunding rules.

Who's hiring in DC: EquityEats, Engage, Mobility Labs

The latest jobs in DC Tech, served piping hot!

Two-ingredient craft chocolate maker moves into Union Kitchen

Undone Chocolate, a craft chocolate maker with a focus on pure ingredients and transparent business practices, is making chocolate in the District.

Snack maker gives 2,000 pounds of apples a second chance

Fruitcycle, a local social good/food startup, is blossoming. CEO Elizabeth Bennett has hired her first employee, has products in six stores across the District and is popping up all over.

Halcyon Incubator welcomes second cohort of social entrepreneurs

The Halcyon Incubator, an initiative of the S&R Foundation located in Georgetown, will welcome its second class of social entrepreneurs in January. Meet the companies working to improve living conditions across the globe.

Healthy meals-to-go provider adds four new chefs

Power Supply, a meal subscription service for vegetarians, paleo eaters and anyone who wants to avoid gluten or dairy, has added four new chefs to its network and moved into bigger digs.

EquityEats, a crowdfunding platform for restaurants, kicks off in the District

With four restaurant concepts ready for backing and three more on their way, EquityEats is poised to change the way brick-and-mortar eateries, coffeeshops and bars are funded.

Soft-serve dessert machines get smart in Gainesville

Elvaria, a three-year-old company that manufactures commercial soft-serve dessert machines, is disrupting decades-old competition. Read on to find out how.

Platform connecting restaurants and vendors takes off

Improvonia, an order-management platform for restaurants and suppliers, has gained 149 clients since kicking off operations in July. Here's why the company is growing, averaging a new hire every week.

With "rise" of Mason Dixie and Biscuit Lab, is DC seeing a "biscuit culture" boom?

Mason Dixie, winner of the Launch Pad competition at Mess Hall, officially opens for breakfast and lunch at EatsPlace. Biscuit Lab Baking Company will be popping up soon. Is D.C. experiencing a rise in biscuit culture?

App makes sourcing food while eating out easier

The makers of the app Greenease have moved to NYC for a stay in an accelerator and $25K but plan to return to DC, their home base, in December.
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