Washington Post Live Presents “Powering Small Business” Discussion
with Georgetown Cupcake Founders and Small Business Experts
Forum will look at strategies and resources that can boost small business owners
Washington, D.C.—Washington Post Live, the live journalism division of The Washington Post, will host “Powering Small Business,” a discussion with small business owners and experts that will explore ways to revitalize small businesses.
The forum will take place during National Small Business Week at The Washington Post on Wednesday, May 23 at 8:30 am ET. The event will feature a variety of small business leaders including Karen Gordon Mills, the Administrator of the Small Business Administration, and the founders of Georgetown Cupcake, Sophie LaMontagne and Katherine Kallinis, who also star in “DC Cupcakes,” a series on TLC.
“We’re delighted to host this discussion. This is a chance to hear big ideas about small business,” said Mary Jordan, Editor of Washington Post Live.
Speakers and Panels*:
Karen Gordon Mills, Administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration
Panel Discussion: Jobs, Financing, and the Economy
Chad Moutray, Chief Economist, National Association of Manufacturers
Bob Litan, Vice President of Research and Quality, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Scott Case, Chief Executive Officer, Startup America Partnership
Conversation with the Founders of Georgetown Cupcake
Sophie LaMontagne and Katherine Kallinis, Founders, Georgetown Cupcake
The forum will be streamed live at www.washingtonpostlive.com. To join the conversation on Twitter, follow #PowerSmallBiz.
Media may request press credentials by Tuesday, May 22 at 12:00p.m. ET. Members of the press approved for credentials will be notified in advance. Valid conference press credentials are required to attend. Press without conference credentials will not be permitted to the event. Doors open at 8:00 am.
Washington Post Live’s “Powering Small Business” discussion is sponsored by Spark (SM) Business Cards from Capital One ®. In addition, the event is supported by the National Small Business Association.