Washington Business Report June 17, 2012
Shari Misher Stenzler was a mom in search of better activity options for her small child. So she co-founded Kidville, a one stop shop catering to newborns through five-year-olds and their parents.
Anjali Varma own the Kidville franchise in Bethesda. She tells Rebecca Cooper why she chose a franchise instead of starting her business from scratch.
Rustin Silverstein, Managing Director for for Legal Crisis Communications at Hamilton Place Strategies sizes up Jamie Dimon’s capitol hill performance, and Arlington Chamber of Commerce President Rich Doud offers perspective on his city’s economy.
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