• Q/A from the Women Veteran Series chat events

    These are the top questions asked and answered during VA's Women Veteran Series on Veteran owned business resources, whole health resources like yoga and acupuncture, military sexual trauma, claims and appeals, and reproductive and women health services.

  • Amazon is helping Veterans start their own delivery business

    Amazon has committed $5 million toward funding the startup costs for Veteran-owned Delivery Service Partners businesses to deliver Amazon packages.

  • Patriot Boot Camp for Military Entrepreneurs is accepting applications

    Announcing the next Patriot Boot Camp presented by Techstars Lehi, Utah from August 23rd-25th, 2019. Patriot Boot Camp connects military, Veteran and milspouse tech entrepreneurs with mentors, education, and a peer network to support their entrepreneurial success.

  • VA’s National Veterans Small Business Engagement event helps Veterans develop their business and grow their network

    Connections made during the engagement allow Veterans to connect with the right individuals to help them capitalize on opportunities for contract awards and subcontracting opportunities.

  • ‘Boots to Business’ helps Air Force Veterans’ business take off

    Greg Lyles and his son Chandler both transitioned out of the military in 2013, warranting the question of “what’s next?” They decided to explore entrepreneurship by attending SBA's Boots to Business.

  • Institute for Veterans and Military Families to spotlight 30 Veteran entrepreneurs this month

    Veterans have a long history of being entrepreneurs and building both literally and figuratively main streets across the nation with their businesses.

  • Eleven tips for running a successful small business from one Veteran to another

    Thomas Bernard is taking the skills that made him a successful soldier and applying them to his construction business — and wants to share what he's doing with other veterans turned entrepreneurs.

  • National Veterans Small Business Week

    As more than 1 million active service men and women transition back into civilian life in the coming months and years, veteran business owners will continue to serve our nation by playing a critical role in creating and sustaining economic opportunities for the entire nation.

  • Starting an online business from a Veteran’s perspective

    With my business, I failed more times than I can count--and I say that proudly! Every time I failed, I learned one more vital lesson to achieving success. If you're feeling discouraged at lack of progress, you're heading in the right direction. There are barriers any new entrepreneur will encounter, and those who persist will inevitably succeed. As Veterans, we've ascertained a distinct advantage in our determination and positive spirit. You can utilize your military experience to build something awesome.

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