Councilmember Todd hosted 200 Ward 4 small business owners, DC government agency personnel, as well as private and community partners for the Inaugural Ward 4 Small Business Summit. The event brought together under one roof all the resources and information that Ward 4 small businesses need, including a DC Government customer service center to provide regulatory and permitting guidance, workshops and panels, a Q & A with Councilmember Todd, and information on Ward 4 economic development plans. In attendance were business owners of all types from every corner of Ward 4, who were grateful for the opportunity to access critical information and establish contacts that will help their businesses grow and prosper. Councilmember Todd thanks Peoples Congregational Church for hosting the summit. He is also grateful to Loretta S. Caldwell, Kelly Shuy, and Paul Ruppert of the Planning Committee, as well as all the government, private, and community-based participants whose expertise and involvement made the event such a success. The Councilmember can’t wait for next year’s summit!
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