Entrepreneurship workshop on May 2 will spotlight Dolly Oberoi, CEO, C2 Technologies

Fairfax County, VA (April 18, 2023) – If starting a business is on top of your list, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) is ready to assist you. Dolly Oberoi, founder and CEO, C2 Technologies will be the featured guest speaker during FCEDA’s next Entrepreneurship 101 (E-101) workshop scheduled for May 2, 2023, in Tysons.

Click here to register for the free workshop. This in-person event will be hosted by airfax County Economic Development Authority at 8300 Boone Boulevard, Tysons.

During this interactive workshop you will also hear from a panel of experts on registering your business, permitting requirements, business feasibility and business plan basics, business certifications, financing options and government resources. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with the presenters and FCEDA staff.

You will also hear from Ms. Oberoi, about her entrepreneurial journey as founder and CEO of Tysons-based C2 Technologies, an aerospace and defense company specializing in immersive technologies, training, modeling & simulation, artificial intelligence, analytics, and information technology. As a pioneer in online education, thought-leader, innovator, and an entrepreneur, Ms. Oberoi has dedicated her company’s mission to improving human performance. As an entrepreneur, she has served the academic, public and private sectors with distinction, completing more than 18,000 projects for 130 plus clients, employing 500 individuals in more than 22 locations globally, and winning over 200 industry awards. Ms. Oberoi has spread the seeds of entrepreneurship by mentoring small businesses and has an incubator and an accelerator. She also hosts entrepreneurship boot camps for women and students.

The E-101 workshops are presented by FCEDA, in partnership with the Virginia Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity (SBSD), the Community Business Partnership (CBP), the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), and the Fairfax County Department of Economic Initiatives (DEI). For more information and details on the May 2 workshop, click here.