If you’re getting out of the military and are looking to start your own business, take a look at these entrepreneurship resources for veterans! From how to start your business to leadership principles, learn everything you need to know about starting your business here!

A Startup Guide to Freelancing as a Military Veteran

Freelancers are people who sell their work or services to clients rather than being employed by one company. In other words, freelancing is contract work. Most freelancers are paid by the job, though what that means depends on the kind of work they do. Freelancing as a military veteran makes a lot of sense. Freelancing ...

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A Startup Guide to Freelancing as a Military Veteran2018-09-12T18:30:08-04:00

Ever thought about owning your own business? Start here.

SPONSORED As a U.S. military veteran, you have a unique set of skills that sets you apart from the rest of the workforce. You may be wondering what’s next for you and your career. And whether you’re planning for the future, diversifying your investments or entering entrepreneurship as a new career track, franchising is certainly ...

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Ever thought about owning your own business? Start here.2018-09-12T18:31:09-04:00

9 Things Veterans Should Know Before Buying a Franchise

When the G.I. Jobs team visits military installations to talk with transitioning service members, many of them share their dreams of starting their own business. Building a business from scratch is tough, even if you have a great idea for a killer product or service. That’s why so many veterans who dream of owning a ...

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9 Things Veterans Should Know Before Buying a Franchise2018-09-12T18:32:08-04:00

Why The Military Is The Best Entrepreneurship Training Program In America

This story was originally posted in Forbes on August 3, 2016 by Mark L. Rockefeller, Co-Founder & CEO   It has a proven track record of teaching leadership, strategic planning, creative problem-solving, task execution, and resiliency—all traits essential to business ownership. It is not a fancy MBA or university program. The organization is the United States military. ...

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Why The Military Is The Best Entrepreneurship Training Program In America2018-09-12T18:32:43-04:00

5 Great Reasons Veterans Should Become Freelancers

The freelancing economy is here. Over 53 million Americans currently offer their services as independent contractors. It’s also estimated that 50% of our workforce will become freelancers by 2020. Independent professionals have more opportunity now than they ever have before. This provides great opportunities to Military Veterans and Military Spouses! As the government continues to ...

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5 Great Reasons Veterans Should Become Freelancers2018-09-12T18:33:17-04:00

11 Bravo to Business Owner

The Franchisee Owner: Martel Brown Company: Coverall/MTB Services, LLC – An Independently Owned and Operated Coverall Franchised Business Location: Charlotte, N.C. # of Employees: 3 Age: 48 Military Service: Specialist (E-4) Army (1987-1994) MOS: Infantry (11B) The Franchisor Company: Coverall Founded: 1985 HQ: Deerfield Beach, Fla. # of Franchise Owners: 8,000 Franchise ...

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11 Bravo to Business Owner2018-09-12T18:33:46-04:00

Thinking About Entrepreneurship After the Military?

One of my favorite quotes that I often think about is by motivational speaker and author, Tony Gaskins. “If you don’t build your dream someone will hire you to build theirs.” It is a quote that has shaped the way that I think about my career and about entrepreneurship. Why Entrepreneurship? For 12 years, I ...

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Thinking About Entrepreneurship After the Military?2018-09-12T18:34:36-04:00

5 Proven Steps to Starting Your Veteran-Owned Business

This article is an excerpt from the award-winning book, The Evolution of an Entrepreneur.  “Veteran entrepreneurs are America’s most untapped and highly skilled economic development resource that we should immediately start empowering.” - Jack Nadel  Since the beginning of my career, I have been creating and refining what I call the “Nadel Method,” outlining five steps ...

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5 Proven Steps to Starting Your Veteran-Owned Business2018-09-12T18:35:52-04:00

5 Essentials for Veterans Launching Technology Startups

Military veteran Chuck Wallace began his career as a U.S. Air Force pilot, teaching undergraduates to fly planes in Texas. In 1999, after 12 years in the Air Force, he defied the odds, co-founding online insurance service Esurance on the brink of the dot com bust. The business not only survived, it thrived, going on ...

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5 Essentials for Veterans Launching Technology Startups2018-09-12T18:36:05-04:00