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Business and Nonprofit Resources

Resources for businesses, entrepreneurs and nonprofits.

Events for Entrepreneurs, Small Businesses and Nonprofits

Seasonal Marketing: Creating a Content Calendar for the Holidays - webinar recording available until Wednesday, December 14 
Make sure your business distinguishes itself online this holiday season by creating a detailed Content Calendar for your social media. To best determine what to post, when to post, and how to post to beat out the competition, creating a strong Social Media Content Calendar is the key to a successful holiday campaign. Presenter: Robert P. “Bob” Rogers, Senior Instructor and Advisor at SBDC, CBP. 
This is a free on-demand webinar that can be watched at your convenience until Wednesday, December 14; a link to the recording will be emailed upon registering. 

Free 1-on-1 business counseling through SCORE program
FCEDA provides business-counseling services through an arrangement with SCORE, a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration. SCORE, which stands for Service Corps of Retired Executives, is a nationwide, non-profit volunteer association with more than 12,000 retired and active business owners and executives. SCORE provides one-on-one counseling and mentoring, low-cost business-related workshops and FREE house calls to your business location to conduct business reviews. The Washington, D.C. area chapter has more than 50 expert volunteer members to assist you. A SCORE counselor is available, by appointment only, every Wednesday and Thursday. These virtual appointments are for one hour and must be scheduled in advance. To request a meeting with a SCORE counselor at the FCEDA office, please call 703-790-0600 or look online at


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