What's Working in Washington

A weekly podcast examining the relationship between entrepreneurship, innovation and policy in the Washington D.C. region. They are stories explaining why local innovation often influences the federal government and are told by a wide variety of voices across demographics and industries.

LATEST EPISODE

What's Working in Washington - Ep 268 - Business and the First Amendment - EXTRA

Shanlon Wu, former federal prosecutor and partner; Thomas Clare, partner at Clare Locke; and Richard Levick, chairman and CEO of Levick; discuss the ways that First Amendment issues bleed into the corporate world.
00:28:10 9/16/2018

Past Episodes

Award-winning astrophysicist and author of over 20 books, Neil deGrasse Tyson, discusses the state and importance of science and objective truth in the modern day. Tyson also discusses why he looks forward to millennials to take the wheel, as well as his new book, Accessory to War: The Unspoken Alliance Between Astrophysics and the Military.
00:28:04 9/9/2018
Sarah Woods, marketing director at rapidly-growing D.C.-based technology business Bridges, discusses how one of the biggest keys to success in the commercial sector is correct branding and PR.
00:09:36 9/6/2018
Michael Avon, founder and CEO of ICX Media and venture investor at ABS Capital, discusses how businesses can use mergers and acquisitions to grow, even in their early stages. Avon explains that a lot of working together is required to make sure any company with acquisition potential fits with and builds on the original company's culture.
00:09:30 9/4/2018
This week, we highlight more of the best interviews we've had over the past year: PR expert Christina Daves, Axios managing editor Kim Hart, and Politico national security reporter Jacqueline Klimas.
00:28:02 8/26/2018
This week on What's Working in Washington, we look back on some of our favorite interviews from the spring season: PoPville founder Dan Silverman; David Cetlin and MockV Solutions; and Allen Gannett on his startup TrackMaven.
00:28:03 8/19/2018
Suzanne Rich Folsom, attorney and regulation expert; Richard Levick, founder public affairs firm Levick; and Michael Avon, founder of ICX Media, discuss the pitfalls politicians make in developing regulations. While some rules may help big businesses, some small startups are being left out in the cold.
00:28:03 8/12/2018
Sarah Purdum, business development associate with Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation, discusses how talented people with great problem-solving abilities might have trouble with the marketing aspect of entrepreneurship, and how that hurdle can be overcome.
00:09:03 8/9/2018
Sean Griffey, co-founder and CEO of Industry Dive, discusses how his company's innovative method of sourcing niche news for specific demographics, like industry CEOs and presidents, allows the company to create close relationships with businesses and communities while also maintaining strong, reliable revenue on the internet.
00:09:12 8/7/2018
Mary Abbajay, expert on leadership management and career development and author of Managing Up: How to Move up, Win at Work, and Succeed with Any Type of Boss, discusses how writing a book can give entrepreneurs and leaders access to a wide range of opportunities they couldn't otherwise achieve.
00:09:37 8/5/2018
Ajit Thyagarajan, founder of Atomic Mole, discusses how his company works to shield internet of things devices in a new and innovative way. Thyagarajan also discusses the difficulty involved in being a startup vying for the attention of larger businesses.
00:08:15 8/2/2018

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