Veteran business owners play a significant role in the US economy.
In 2016, the US Census Bureau reported that veterans own a whopping 7.5% of small businesses in the US – that’s 405,235 businesses out of 5.4 million nationwide! The best part is that not only do these brave entrepreneurs have an incredible drive to pursue their dreams, but there are also dozens of local, state and federal programs to help them do it. SCORE has compiled resources that will help veterans start or grow their businesses.
Inaugural Meeting of
Veteran Business Owners
SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2021 at 10 AM AZ (Online Zoom Meeting)
This gathering of veteran businesses is being facilitated by Christopher Bridgewater, an Army veteran entrepreneur who has successfully started and sold a business, and Armando Ojeda, an Air Force Veteran, small business owner, and Chair of the SCORE Southern Arizona Chapter.
SCORE is proud to partner with Facebook to support veterans start and grow their small businesses. Learn more, and find your mentor today. Read more
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