HERE TO HELP YOU
Georgetown Main Street is here to help you. When you succeed, we all succeed.
GMS offers services to help the small and local businesses along the commercial corridor.
If you own or manage a small business within the Georgetown Main Street corridor, join our Small Business Updates email list to receive timely news and resources straight to your inbox.
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March 4: GMS Small Business Grant Application Opens
March 20 -April 17: Cherry Blossom Festival
April 6: GMS State of the Street
April 29 - May 1: French Market
May 9 - 15: Shop Georgetown Week
May 19 - 22: Georgetown University Graduation for Class of '22
May 28 - 29: Georgetown University Graduation for Class of '20
Resource Guide for current and prospective businesses. Includes Georgetown groups and DC agencies to know and help you. View here.
Guide and FAQ to the Old Georgetown Board (OGB). View here.
GROUP TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS (GTAP)
GMS provides technical assistance and training to businesses in a small group format. GMS brings in professional consultants to work with business owners on specific topics to help improve the operations of their business.
Grow with Google - Using Google My Business
Missed the meeting? View the recording here. Password: Gt20007!
Digital Marketing 101
Missed the meeting? View the workshop materials and recording here.
SMALL BUSINESS WORKSHOPS
Latino Economic Development Council Workshops (available to all!). View calendar here.
SMALL BUSINESS GRANTS
Georgetown Main Street Grant- FY22 Application Cycle will open Friday March 4.
The GMS Small Business Grants program is intended to help small businesses with both physical and operational improvements. Learn more about our 2021 grant recipients on the blog here.
GEORGETOWN RETAIL MARKET ANALYSIS
This report provides a retail market analysis for Georgetown Main Street (GMS). The purpose of this study is to help understand the context of the area, evaluate current and projected retail conditions along the corridor, and identify what changes could help better serve current and prospective new businesses within the program’s boundaries. View here.