DC Investors & Venture Capital (VC) List

The word capital can refer to either geographic areas including the seat of government, or to “any form of wealth capable of being employed in the production of more wealth.” Icapital in the capitaln the second definition, it’s money or the equivalent of funds used in business.
Taking a small business to the next level often involves securing funding.  The metropolitan DC area of Northern Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia have a number of local and locally-investing organizations.

Here are some of the organizations backing local companies & startups:

Added after original post (thanks to Nicholas Tolson, founder of DeGeeked and FitFeud)

There are also more local investors listed on Crossmine.

We have additional information to work into this post which could not be formatted when it was published.  And there are more investor-related organizations on the list on the site below:

Some reading related to investors & pitching can be found on our Resources page and in the article below:

Use the comments to provide other local resources, and your experiences with the DC, VA, MD investor community.

The video for this post is from rocksters Pink Floyd (official site) – “Money” recorded live in 1994 at P.U.L.S.E (Earls Court, London, in 1994)

The video is about minutes long



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