VA education benefits can cover training in entrepreneurship through the SBA or The Veterans Corporation.
Veterans Business Development officers and the Veterans Business Outreach Program (VBOP) counsel and guide you as you consider and plan for your business. There are a large number of public and private institutions giving startup advice to veterans; search for them in your state at the U.S.
This public site provides information on consumer expenditures nationally, regionally and by selected metropolitan areas.
This resource guide was developed by the SBA for small business owners returning from active duty as part of your military obligation. It contains planning tools needed to start a successful operation as a proud United States veteran.
The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) Advisor helps Veterans understand employee eligibility and job entitlements, employer obligations, benefits and remedies under the Act.
Learn about five SBA loan programs and watch for announcements of seminars about special-rate loans for veterans in your area. For more contacts, check VetBiz.Gov, the federal Web site for veterans in business. Some states offer financing for veterans, too.
Get information about exporting, defense contracts and general business assistance from other branches of government, veteran's affairs offices and veteran's service organizations. Click on more than a dozen links to learn more.
For more contacts, check VetBiz.Gov, the federal Web site for veterans in business. Some states offer financing for veterans, too.
If you are a veteran or service-disabled veteran, SBA has resources to help you start and grow your small business. From creating a business plan to finding your first customer, we're here to help you succeed.
Veteranscorp.org, also known as The Veterans Corp., is a nonprofit that creates entrepreneurial opportunities for veterans, including access to capital, services and training.