Calvin Williams wants to grow his low-voltage electrical business by up to 30% in 2020 with a new slate of District clients.
That is in part why he moved his business, The CEW Group, from Loudoun County to The Hive 2.0, an entrepreneurial stomping ground in Anacostia run by Arch Development Corp...
Halcyon has rolled out a new program for startups tackling the world’s biggest challenges — and this time, it didn’t look very far beyond its home base.
InterDigital Applauds Launch of Halcyon Principles for Connected Intelligent Technologies
InterDigital Inc., a mobile and video technology research and development company, today announced its praise for the release of the Halcyon Principles, a set of guidelines for the ethical development of modern digital technologies.
Georgetown-based Halcyon Incubator launched a new program just for D.C. startups.
D.C.’s Halcyon incubator program has teamed up with a sizable health player to put more money toward health innovation startups. Halcyon has signed up Owings Mills, Maryland-based CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield to back some of the health care startups coming through its Georgetown incubator...
Healthworx, the corporate investment and innovation organization of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield (CareFirst), plans to provide up to $200,000 to support emerging healthcare entrepreneurs seeking to join the Halcyon incubator, a Washington, D.C.-based fellowship program for social entrepreneurs...
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Halcyon’s getting into angel investing.
Halcyon is Only DC Organization to Receive U.S. Commerce Department Grant
HALCYON IS ONLY DC ORGANIZATION TO RECEIVE U.S. COMMERCE DEPARTMENT GRANT
Will Build Unprecedented Network of Impact Investors for Social Enterprises
The second annual By The People festival officially kicked off on Friday with Halcyon’s stunning kick off bash at the Smithsonian Arts & Industries building – one of the festival’s main hubs.
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By The People is an international arts and dialogue festival presented by Halcyon. Launched in 2018, the festival brings visual art, performing art, and dialogue to all four quadrants of Washington, DC, all completely free and open to the public...