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New website promotes products made by black entrepreneurs

An Arlington, Va., entrepreneur has launched a new website that promotes products made by black business owners. 

Mattress supplier Casper to open Snooze Bar in DC

No napping. But they have waffles.

DC group asks: What stores do you want to see in the District?

The Washington D.C. Economic Partnership is headed to a retail conference in Las Vegas and wants to know which stores to bring back to the District.

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 businesses prep for Super Pi(e) Day with pie, pizza and a wedding

According to math nerds, this Saturday is Super Pi(e) Day! Here's how to celebrate.

Pluck It, a deals app for more than restaurants, expands from MD to DC and VA

Pluck It, the second deals app to launch out of Uber Offices in Bethesda, is expanding its reach to the District. 

D.C. floral delivery service announces $1.5M seed round

UrbanStems, a District-based floral delivery service that expanded to NYC in December, today announces a $1.5M seed round led by Middleland Capital.

Parents looking to shop local have an ally in new startup Bun Out the Oven

Bun Out the Oven, a registry to help new parents find local providers of meals, cleaning, dog walking and other services, has launched in D.C. 

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.

Got three minutes? At Capital Call, it might net your company hundreds of thousands of dollars

Capital Call, a semi-annual pitch event hosted by Cooley LLP, draws entrepreneurs and investors together for potential matchmaking. Meet the companies who pitched last week.

ID.me now open to all consumers

ID.me, an online identity verification platform that has served the military community since 2011, has opened up its marketplace to all consumers, letting everyone take advantage of its high-ranking security standards.

DC doles out grants to parking, e-bike, wine subscription startups

The District announced the eight startups that will receive up to $200,000 from its Digital D.C. Tech Fund: Aquicore, Azert, EventKloud,FlexSpot, Riide,Silica Labs,Vinolovers and MyMuzik.

Custom floral delivery service grows and moves to Disruption's space

Bloompop, a local alternative to FTD.com that now serves 20 states, is growing and will raise a seed round by the end of the year.

10-year-old D.C. entrepreneur to showcase ties on catwalk at H Street Festival

Brett's Trove, an online site selling custom ties and T-shirts, will take to the catwalk at H Street Festival tomorrow. The young founder of the company gives us a peek into his process.
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