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DMV Startup to host startup town hall

Bring your ideas and join fellow startup enthusiasts at this Dec. 8 event.

Got an idea for how to improve the D.C. startup ecosystem? Want to explore untapped resources or support diversity in tech in the DMV area?
Bring your issues, your ideas and your enthusiasm for #DCTech and join DMV Startup for a startup town hall on Dec. 8.
The event, which will be held at WeWork Wonder Bread, hinges on the sentiment that “only through unity can we make the DMV a stronger force in the startup world.” RSVP here to join the conversation.

Companies: WeWork

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