A generous grant from Wells Fargo will make it possible for 20 military veterans to develop their ideas for a new business through a targeted entrepreneurship program offered by Montgomery College’s Workforce Development & Continuing Education.
The transition from the military to the civilian workforce can be a daunting task for any service man or woman. Despite possessing strong skills in areas of leadership, operations, and teamwork, veterans are not always aware of the available career opportunities that utilize these skills. Business ownership is not only an opportunity for which veterans […]
Many veterans find the problem-solving skills and discipline they learned in the military are invaluable to entrepreneurial jobs. In fact, plenty of today’s recent military retirees are starting their own small businesses. Veterans who have served in recent military conflicts may find more satisfaction in being the boss as they transition into civilian life.
Columbus, Ohio (Aug. 21, 2012) – Mac Tools, a leading automotive tool manufacturer, is pleased to announce a new incentive program to help veterans begin a new career after their service in the military has concluded. Recognized by the International Franchise Association’s Veterans Transition Franchise Initiative (VetFran), the new program offers vets or their spouse […]
ViSalus, the number one challenge marketing company with its Body by Vi™ 90-Day Challenge, has partnered with Fascination Entertainment Corporation to help veterans and their spouses bolster economic security through entrepreneurship opportunities. Fascination Entertainment’s “American Dream with Kristin Best” airs weekly on the Armed Forces Network (AFN) and tells the inspiring true stories of men […]
If you’re starting a new business, technology can be your most helpful marketing tool. In his new book, Entrepreneurship Quizzes, author John J. Liptak, Ed.D., discusses the best ways to use technology to benefit your business.
Kitchen Tune-Up is currently offering a program that supports veterans seeking to own their own home improvement franchise. The company is waiving over 80% of their $39,995 franchise fee, making the investment only $5,000 for honorably discharged veterans. Financing options are available for up to $4,500 for qualified applicants.